Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards

Free Printable Valentine’s Day Cards

With Valentine’s day coming soon you might, like me, find yourself scrambling to get about 30 cards with candy ready for your kids to share with their classmates, and if you have more than one kid in elementary school it could easily be that your number is more like 60 or 90 cards! Yikes!

Here is an adorable set that you can easily print at home! I recommend using cardstock so it is nice and thick and then cut it up and add a lollipop and voila! All done!

Click HERE to download the full res color version

Or HERE if you’d rather get the Black and White and have fun coloring in the robots however you like .

Happy Valentine’s day!

Do you like Robots ? Check out our other fun robot themed crafts:

Cute Robot Coloring Pages

Create Your Own Little Paper Robots

Dress Up a Chicken ! – Cut and Paste Activity

Dress Up a Chicken ! – Cut and Paste Activity

New Year, new free printable activity!

As many of you know, I am an illustrator and lately I have been working on some chicken characters to add to my portfolio. My favorite has probably been this hipster rooster ( A roopster?) but if you are curious to see more then feel free to visit my portfolio website at www.gabriellavagnoli.com. 

Hipster Rooster by Gabriella Vagnoli

Hipster Rooster by Gabriella Vagnoli

As I was sketching a bunch of different versions of this character I thought it would be fun to create an activity in which you can dress up your own rooster, similar to those paper dolls in which you have to cut up and dress up, but more fun because …well… you are dressing a chicken of course!

So, here it is in all its glory! The picture below is only a preview. To download the printable pdf click here: (there is also a black and white version for those, like me, who don’t have a color printer or just like to color their own).

Dress a Rooster Color

Dress a Rooster BW

Dress a Rooster Printable Activity Preview

Enjoy!! Gabriella

Christmas ornaments pattern activity

Christmas ornaments pattern activity

Hello! I thought it would be fun to use those Christmas ornaments for an activity to practice some simple patterns. Cut the ornaments on the right and paste the right one at the end of each pattern. Coloring is optional of course ! Doesn’t it sound like a great Christmas break or Snow day activity ?

Free Printable Color Ornaments: Cut and Paste Your Christmas Tree

Free Printable Color Ornaments: Cut and Paste Your Christmas Tree

This is the colored version of the Color, Cut and Paste Your Tree activity that I created last week. I created it for those of you who have a color printer and just want a fun cut and paste activity to do with the family.

My suggestion is to print the tree template (click here) on green card stock and the ornament on white card stock. For a school activity for very young ones it might be cool to use velcro strips for an easy and mess free activity!

The image below is just a preview, click HERE for the Hi-Resolution Jpeg.

PREVIEW Free Printable Color Ornaments for Christmas Tree Activity by www.print-cut-paste-craft.com

PREVIEW Free Printable Color Ornaments for Christmas Tree Activity by Gabriella Vagnoli for www.print-cut-paste-craft.com

Color, Cut and Paste Your Own Christmas Tree

Color, Cut and Paste Your Own Christmas Tree

Christmas is coming !! Maybe you will be decorating your own Christmas tree soon. With this free printable activity your kids can color, cut and paste their own beautiful Christmas tree!

 

Free printable Christmas tree by www.print-cut-paste-craft.com

Color,cut and paste a Christmas tree free printable activity by www.print-cut-paste-craft.com

Color,cut and paste a Christmas tree free printable activity by www.print-cut-paste-craft.com

Feed the Monster! Food Group Activity

Feed the Monster! Food Group Activity

For those of you that know my work as an illustrator, I love drawing monsters ! I thought I would put those monsters to work to help you teach your kids about the main food groups with a cute free printable activity!

Here is a preview of the activity which includes:

1 sheet of food items to color and cut out

6 sheets of adorable monsters asking for a specific food group, so the kids can practice dividing the foods in different groups

1 sheet for the kids’ own plate with their favorite foods divided according to the FDA guidelines for healthy eating.

Start teaching your kids about healthy eating today ! Download the Hi-res pdf for this activity here:

Food Groups Activity – printable activity by Print-cut-paste-craft.com