Do you want to build a snowman? The song is a favorite around here right now, as is every song from the Disney Frozen soundtrack. Really, it’s the only music we’ve been listening to in the car for quite sometime now. At almost 3 months after it’s release, the movie is STILL in theaters. In fact in terms of numbers, it just became the #1 animated film of 2013 and the #3 film of the year only behind Catching Fire and Iron Man 3! WOW! So, with Big Brother’s classroom Valentine’s exchange coming up this week, we decided that FROZEN Valentine’s were absolutely perfect! And, who could be a better Valentine than everyone’s favorite snowman, Olaf?!
Cute, right?! Hopefully the kids will think they are fun. We’re not allowed to send any homemade treats or food/candy not in original packaging to school. So, that rules out SO many of the cute Valentine’s I’ve seen floating around the blogosphere. And, as I explained last year with our cute bee Valentines, I’m not a big fan of the more romantic-type stuff or “be mine” type of Valentines for exchanging with other kids at school. So, I wanted to do something fun that Big Brother would still enjoy handing out! And, thanks to Disney for sharing some super cute Disney Frozen printable activity sheets, I had a great starting option. Disney created that adorable “Build Olaf” Activity. All I did was add a heart and little Valentine’s Day flair. Then, I re-sized them to fit 4 per page so they fit in everyone’s cute Valentine’s card mailboxes at school. His little friends can cut out Olaf’s parts and build a snowman!
For a typical elementary class size, most people will only need to print 6 or 7 sheets! I just printed them on some white cardstock and cut them out with a paper cutter! Super easy! If you’d like to use these cards, just download the file from the link below. For best results, print on card stock or matte photo paper with your printer set to highest quality. And, please remember that these are for personal use only!
Click to download the printable—-> Disney Frozen Olaf Printable Valentines
And, if you need a Valentine’s mailbox for school (or just some fun at home), how about a matching Olaf box? If Olaf likes warm hugs, I think he probably likes Valentines too. Don’t you?! You can click the image below to get the details on how we made the matching mailbox!Looking for even more printable Disney Frozen fun? Be sure to check out the whole list of fun printable Disney Frozen activity sheets and coloring pages.Pin It