With Valentine’s Day just around the corner, For Little Eyes and @patchwithgus have teamed up to share our favorite printable Valentine cards and coloring pages to celebrate children with vision needs! What’s even better is that these fun, inclusive designs are all FREE!
Valentine’s Day isn’t just about romantic love. This holiday reminds us to celebrate friendship and our unique personalities through self-love while offering praise and thanksgiving to those who make a positive difference in our lives. Be sure to visit the links below to download our favorite FREE vision-themed Valentine’s Day printables. These cards and coloring pages are perfect for upcoming Valentine’s Day parties and class card exchanges.
You can download and print any of the following files with your home computer or have them professionally printed at your favorite local printer or office supply store. We recommend printing with full-color laser ink on white cardstock paper for the best results!
From Eye Power Kids Wear
Valentine’s Day coloring sheets from the Eye Power Kids Wear blog.
From Ahoy Amigo
“You’re Pawsome” and “I’ve only got eyes for you” Valentine’s Day cards! Keep these modern and monochrome OR let you child customize the designs by coloring the designs themselves! Coordinating “You’re pawsome” t-shirts and raglans are also available for purchase at AhoyAmigo.com.
More free printables
“I think you are SPECtacular” valentines (you provide the plastic glasses to go with them) from Smashed Peas & Carrots.
Four assorted valentines cards featuring hipster animals wearing glasses from This Mama loves.
Your child can celebrate their vision and Valentines day with these “I love seeing you at school” cards from Makely (you can choose to pair them with plastic glasses, or use them as is).
“Our future’s so bright” cards from My 3 Monsters (add your own heart-shaped sunglasses)
“Hey, Valentine. You are pretty spec-tacular!” cards with paper heart glasses from Persia Lou.
While these superpower valentines from Free to be Kids may not be a glasses- or patching-related design, we believe all of our kids are superheroes and wanted to include them too!
For more holiday patching fun and to read tips and tricks for successful patch therapy, be sure to follow our patching journey with Gus on Instagram @patchwithgus.
Huge, huge thanks to Carrie from @patchwithgus for pulling all these great valentines together!