Printable Monster Valentines and Memory Match Game

So, clearly, I’m really into creating printable valentines this year. They’re much more personal than the valentines that you buy in a box from the…

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Monster Valentine Printables

So, clearly, I’m really into creating printable valentines this year. They’re much more personal than the valentines that you buy in a box from the store. With three different designs, these monster valentines are sure to be a hit with your kids. And there’s plenty of white space near the top to attach a treat or a pair of googly eyes for a fun, festive valentine.

Here are the three designs. The printable includes two of each on each sheet, but feel free to use these pictures to print your own if you prefer one design over the other. You’ll probably want to use the 3×5 setting on your printer, uncheck the box that says “fit to frame” and put the number of prints per page on 4.

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Or, you can just use this handy PDF printable to get all three designs.

DOWNLOAD THE PDF VALENTINES

In addition to the valentines, I thought these would make a really cute memory match game. My son is three, and he’s just starting to enjoy Memory games. There are six designs here, and you’ll need to print the sheet twice to get a set of 12 cards. This printable is best for younger children–older children probably need more cards.

Monster Memory Match Game

DOWNLOAD THE MEMORY MATCH GAME

What I’d do is select a pretty printer paper with a design on one side to print the memory cards. Print the monsters on the plain side.

Do you want to learn how to make your own valentines in Picmonkey? I have a tutorial on that! It’s super easy, and this guide takes you through creating your own simple valentines, step-by-step.

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Or, if you’re looking for more printable valentines, check out the Daniel Tiger valentines, “great catch” bag toppers and the sports toppers.

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10 comments

  1. These are super adorable! I will definitely be printing these! Wished I worked with younger kids though but regardless I will use these for my family 🙂 Thank you so much and keep up the great work.

  2. These are so adorable and fun! My kids love playing match games, which is also great cognitive skill for preschoolers. Thanks for sharing these free printables!

  3. I saw your link on the Thursday Favorite Things Blog Hop. I’m so glad you linked up there and that I saw it. This is such a fabulous Valentine and memory game! I’m going to use these with my grandchildren! Thanks for your creativity and sharing it!

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