I have two boys, completely obsessed with collecting all things Pokemon. What I don’t mind at all about this collection is that it doesn’t need to be a short-lived thing, just for young kids. My 11 year old is collecting, as well as my 20 year old. People of all ages are dedicated to Pokemon and it’s such a fun hobby, with a huge variety of things to collect: cards, figures, pins, plush, coins, etc.
My 11 year old has his school Valentine’s Day party coming up and I wanted to make him a valentine that suited his personality. I think it’s a fun way for him to share with his friends something that he is interested in. Helps them get to know him, which I love. Anyway, I figured I might as well jump online and share the free Pokemon valentine printable with anyone else that may want to use it too. I’ll also share some treat and small gift ideas to go with the valentine card, as well.
Free Pokemon Valentine Printable for Kids
I put six Valentines on each page, so feel free to print as many as you want! I just downloaded mine and sent them directly to my local professional printer, so I didn’t have to use my own printer ink. Here’s the link… (and find the gift/treat ideas below.)
For my son’s Valentine’s Day class party, we decided to go with a Pokemon party supply pack, that comes with several different items. It seemed to be the most affordable way to go, and he thought it would be fun to have a variety of items to give out to his classmates. Of course, we won’t need the little boxes, but we loved the silicone wrist bands, the buttons, key fobs and shooters.
Most of the other Pokemon items that were small enough to use as a Valentine gift were a little more expensive. But, not all of them. If you’re still interested in more ideas, these were some of our other faves…
- Give each friend one or two Pokemon collectible cards. This is actually fairly cheap.
- This is another Pokemon party variety pack, that has some different options than what I bought. Some fun things!
- Kids always love temporary tattoos, and here’s a Pokemon version of them.
- A bit more expensive, to get enough for a whole class, but these pop-it fidget toys (Pokemon!) are so popular right now.
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