Printable playdate invite cards are the sweat-free solution for arranging playdates with your child’s little buddies!
Has your child ever come home from school and asked you for a playdate with a classmate, but you don’t know who their mom is or how to contact her? (My kindergartner does this to me all the time!) Setting up playdates for your kids isn’t easy when you rarely (or never!) cross paths with the other parents. But today I am sharing my version of a kid calling card – printable playdate invite cards – and these are seriously the perfect solution!
Playdate invite cards are great for handing out at the beginning of the school year when your child is meeting new friends, throughout the year as playdate requests come up, and definitely before school gets out for summertime playdates! Simply print the cards, write your info, and get your child to hand them out to their friends. It’s the perfect way to set up a playdate, even when you’ve never met the parents!
Printable Playdate Invite Cards
- Playdate Invite Cards (download below)
- pen or marker
- Download and print off a sheet of cards on cardstock. (You want it to be a sturdier card that won’t be crumpled in a backpack with all the rest of the paper that comes home!)
- Trim the cards with scissors or a paper trimmer.
- Write your kid’s name, your name, and your phone number. The card says “Call/Text” so if you prefer one over the other just circle it, or cross one out.
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Once the other parent contacts you, you’ll be able to arrange a time and place for the playdate that works with your schedules. If you don’t hear back from the parent for a while, just send another card as a reminder (or in case the first one got lost). I hope you find these playdate invite cards useful and enjoy some stress-free playdate planning!
ABOUT THE AUTHOR – Courtney is the creative mom and writer of IWatchThemGrow.com. On her blog, you’ll find tips and ideas to help you host parties on a budget, take on creative DIYs and be inspired! Courtney was a contributor on SomewhatSimple in 2017.