Free Printable: Color By Number Valentine Pages

If you’re looking for adorable Valentine coloring pages, you are in the right place. Use this collection of Free Printable Coloring Pages for Valentine’s Day in your classroom or in your home.

Valentine's Day Color by Number

If you are a homeschooling parent or work with elementary age children then you know how fun it is to celebrate holidays. One special way to do that is by using free printables that you can either create yourself or find on the internet.

A fun activity for Valentine’s Day that you can have children do as a group or independently is Color by Number Sheets. Color by number sheets can help young leaners with number recognition, color recognition and fine motor skills.

Valentine's Day Color by Number

Last year around the holidays I created a fun series of holiday coloring pages and printable activities for kids of all ages. Included were fun color by number sheets and several other educational activities for younger children and older children.

I had so much fun creating those printable worksheets, I just had to create a printable pack of Free Valentine’s Day activity pages.

EXAMPLES of Printables

Before we get to the FREE Valentine’s Day Printables, let’s take a quick look at the types of Valentine Printables there are.

Activity and Worksheet PRINTABLES

Activity and Worksheet printables are perfect for all ages. Yes, even older kids can benefit from them and enjoy them. Here are a few that you are probably familiar with.

  • Number Coloring Pages
  • Mystery Pictures
  • Tracing Pages for Lowercase Letters
  • Tracking Pages for Making Capital Letters
  • Math Activities
  • Number Worksheets
Valentine's Day Color by Number

Valentine Day Party Printables

Another type of Valentine Printables are party printables. It doesn’t matter if you’re throwing a full blow party or just a little something for your kids. Party printables always add a special touch.

To use party printables for Valentine’s Day it’s a good idea to have copy paper, string, tape and paper punches on hand.

Free Printable Valentine Color by Number Pages

Valentine's Day Color by Number

I’ve created a set of 8 different color by number sheets for some Valentine’s Day fun. They are simple to use and require very little instruction. You can download the PDF file at the bottom of the page by using our subscriber box.

Here’s what you can expect to see in this Free Valentine Download:

  • Box of Chocolates Coloring Page with Pretty Bow
  • Best Friends Cat and Bunny Coloring Page
  • Elephant Color by Number Worksheet
  • XOXO Llama
  • Valentine’s Day Teddy Bear Coloring Page
  • Love Bugs Color by Number
Valentine's Day Color by Number

Simply have your child or student color the picture according to the color chart on the page. Be sure to have red crayons on hand as well as pink, purple, grey and brown.

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If you love color by number sheets, be sure to grab a whole bunch more from Homemade Heather!

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Obviously you know you can find free printables here at The Girl Creative because you are here. (wink wink) When I’m looking for free printables I usually just type what I’m looking for into Google or Pinterest.

By clicking the “images” tab in Google you’ll be able to see the actual printable instead of just the text link to the source. This is very helpful when you are searching for something specific.


The great thing about free printables is that they are FREE. Most printables include a PDF that you can download and print right from your home printer. You don’t need any special software or special paper either. Copy paper works just fine.

Printing Tip: When you print from home, be sure to change the print settings to “best” so that you have best quality possible. You might find this setting under “quality”. Your choices will be 300dpi, 600dpi and 1200dpi. 600dpi is perfect. I

If you’re worried about using too much ink, you can certainly try 300dpi first. Depending on what you’re printing, 300dpi might be all you need.


While you can print right from Pinterest, you definitely should not. What you should do is click the link on Pinterest that will bring you to the page that houses the actual printable. By doing this you are also getting the best quality of the printable.


The best way to create a printable is by using the website, Canva. Canva has many templates that you can choose from and modify.

If you prefer to create a printable from scratch, you can do that too. You can do this by clicking the “Create a Design” button from the top right hand corner of the screen and from there you can choose a specific size or make up your own custom size.

After you have your template chosen or your blank sheet to create from scratch, you’ll add graphics and text by using the menu on the left. Once your design is to your liking, click “DOWNLOAD” from the top left corner.

Choose “PDF Print” from the dropdown menu and then click download. Your print will download to your computer (usually defaults to the download folder on your computer) and from there you can print it out.

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  1. Terri Moran says:

    Thank you, for always sharing you great ideas! I am going to use these with my grand-kiddos! They will love them!

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