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“I Love You…” Writing Activity

Are you looking for a simple Valentine’s Day writing activity for your little ones? This “I Love You…” Writing Activity is fun a way to get your kids to think and write about what they like or love. This little note would make an adorable keepsake for parents or grandparents. I always cherish the sweet things that my children write and will hold on to these treasures forever. 



“I Love You…” Writing Activity 

What’s Needed:

  • “I Love You…” Writing Templates 
  • Printer
  • White Card Stock or Paper
  • Crayons or Markers


To prepare this Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day activity, click on the pencil below and download the “I Love You…” writing templates. Then, select which one of the two templates you would like to use and print it on white card stock. If you are doing this activity with your class, you can make copies on white or colored paper. 


How To Use:

After reading books like Twinkle, Twinkle, I Love You by Steve Metzger or I Love You To The Moon And Back by Amelia Hepworth, you can talk to your children about who they love and why. 


There are two different templates. On the first one, your kids will write their answers in the three hearts to the following prompts:

  • You make me laugh when…
  • I love it when you…
  • I love to go with you to…

Your kids will also write who the note is to and who it is from.  


Valentine's Day Writing Activity


On the second template, your kids will write in the three hearts their answers to the prompt “I love you because…” Like the first template, they will also write who the note is to and who it is from.  


This “I Love You…” Writing Activity is not only fun for kids but it makes such a sweet keepsake for parents and grandparents on Valentine’s Day or Mother’s Day. 


Pin It For Later!

No time to make this now? Pin this to your Valentine’s Day board on Pinterest and it’ll be here for when you’re ready!


I Love You... Writing Activity


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Get It Here!

Click on the pencil below to download and print the writing templates!