Color by Number Printable Valentine

I’m so excited to share this fun printable valentine I created! Three of my boys love to color – and especially color on color by number sheets. It is from their love that I was inspired to create my own color by number printable valentine for my younger son to pass out in his classroom this year.

Color by Number Valentine


Color by Number Valentine

The bigger the box of crayons the better, as it will give you more color varieties to include. Grab a box of 98-ct crayons for around $5 and you’ve got enough for 32 classmates!

Download the Color by Number PDF Printable Valentine

Free Printable Valentine

Start by printing out the Color by Number printable valentine. It prints with 4 to a sheet. After you’ve printed how many valentine’s you’ll need for your child’s classroom use a paper cutter to easily cut out the valentines or grab a pair of scissors.

Next, have your child help you pick out three colors per card and color one of each numbered space with one of each of the three crayons selected to give an easy guide of what color for the classmates to use. Make sure your child also signs each of the valentines at the bottom of the cards.

Color by Number Valentine

Use a small piece of washi tape to secure the three crayons to the front or back of each valentine. The washi tape will pull off easily without ripping off the cardstock. It may pull up a little bit of the ink, but not enough to detract from the valentine. If that will bother you, just tape the crayons to the back of the valentine.

Color by Number Valentine

My son was dying to try out the printable valentine himself, so once we were done assembling some for his classroom, I let him play with one! He took his outside to show his friends and got to coloring in the blanks. No explanation was needed, he knew immediately what to do.

Color by Number Valentine

The kids in your child’s class will love this cute valentine, too. Grab the free printable valentine and start creating your classroom handouts today so you’re ready come Valentine’s Day!


About Janel

Hi, I'm Janel! I'm the owner and lead blogger here at A Mom's Take. I have five little boys age 8 and under. I am a Phoenix based mom blogger and love the sun. I love to travel and have been known for planning trips specifically to hit the roller coasters! I enjoy digital scrapbook and design and I'm obsessed with board games.


Color by Number Printable Valentine — 38 Comments

  1. Hi- I love this Valentine! Can you tell me if it’s possible to print these a little larger? I can’t figure out how to do so. I’d like them to be closer to a 5×7 size because the spaces are a little too small for my daughter to color. Thanks!

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  3. Thank you for this. This time of year requires lots of indoor activities. This morning here it was 19*F. Brrr. Too cold to do anything outside this week. I know my daughters will love this.

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  8. Such a brilliant idea. This is absolutely the perfect thing for the kids. Thanks for linking up to Funtastic Friday. Hope to see you again this week.

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  19. This is really cute! These are perfect for adding to my son’s Valentine’s for preschool.

  20. I love doing color by numbers with my youngest. It is such a great way to help teach numbers and following directions. We will have to print this out for some Valentines fun.

  21. what a fun valentine! and an easy way to get rid of all the crayons I have built up lol

  22. Very nice, I [inned these and my grandchildren will be able to use them. Thank you!

  23. Perfect and simple Valentines idea for kids to take to school for the class, I love this!!

  24. These are so cute color by Number Valentine cards. My niece would have a blast doing these for her friends for Valentine’s Day this year.