Celebrate love and friendship with these printable Valentines Day poems for kids.

Whether you’re teaching online, in the classroom, or at your kitchen table, these poems are amazing tools to keep learning fun.

You will love how much fun your kids will have while building their reading fluency and language with a poem for Valentine’s Day.


Free Poetry Notebook for Kids

Get your kids excited for reading with a fun poetry notebook.

Creating a notebook of poems is easy, takes almost no prep time, and is a powerful learning tool!


Valentines Poems for Kids

Now that you grabbed your free poem printables, let’s take a look at these adorable Valentines Day poems for kids!


Red hearts, white hearts,

Pink hearts, too.

I love purple hearts.

How about you?

Green hearts, yellow hearts,

Blue hearts, too.

I love rainbow hearts.

How about you?

The universal sign for Valentine’s is hearts. So, what better way to kick off your lessons than with this simple heart poem for kids.

This printable hearts poem is great to practice colors and shapes, sight words, and punctuation – all of which align with the common core language arts standards.

Get Hearts, HERE or on TPT


Valentines, Valentines, What Color Do You See

Valentines, valentines,

What colors do you see?

Valentines, valentines,

Take a look with me.

Red hearts, orange hearts,

Yellow hearts, too.

Valentines, valentines,

Here is one for you!

Younger children will love celebrating this happy day with these silly poems and songs.

Spread a collection of big valentines and small valentines on the floor, and let the kids sort them by size and color.

Get Valentine What Colors Do You See, HERE or on TPT

I’m a Little Valentine

I’m a little valentine,

red and white.

With ribbons and lace,

I’m a beautiful sight.

I can say I love you on Valentines Day.

Just put me in an envelope,

and give me away.

After reciting I’m a Little Valentine, the kiddos will be ready to get out ribbons, lace, and colored paper to make a special valentine of their own. 

I’m a Little Valentine can also be used to teach Valentines Day songs and finger plays for kids. 

Sung to the tune of “I’m a little teapot”, this printable Valentines Day poem for kids is a must have in your February poetry collection.

Get I’m a Little Valentine, HERE or on TPT


Valentine Friendship

Little red hearts

are meant to say,

I am thinking of you

on Valentine’s Day!

I like being friends with you,

to laugh and play.

Thanks for your friendship

on this Valentine’s Day!

Laughing and playing are the best qualities of a lasting friendship.  Encourage friendship and kindness with this printable Valentines Day poem for kids, Valentine Friendship. 

Classroom valentines are so much fun! Writing the kids’ valentines and passing them out at a Valentines Day party is a childhood memory that makes everyone happy!

Get Valentine Friendship, HERE or on TPT


My Valentine

Oh, will you be my valentine,

My valentine, my valentine?

Oh, will you be my valentine,

And love me everyday?

Oh, yes, I’ll be your valentine,

Your valentine, your valentine.

Oh, yes, I’ll be your valentine,

And love you everyday!

My Valentine is the perfect poem, turned Valentines Day song, for kids.

Introduce this poem as a song during morning meeting, and your kiddos will learn it in no time! 

Then, the day of your Valentines Day classroom party, have the kids sing it just before passing out their Valentines for kids. 

If you have parent volunteers in the classroom, they will adore listening to the kids sing this Valentine’s Day poem.

Get My Valentine, HERE or on TPT

Handprint Poems for Homemade Cards

Valentine Fingerprint Poem

I know you wipe some away,

But these print were made to stay.

So keep them forever,

A treasure they’ll be.

A special


For you form me.

Get your Valentine Fingerprint poem, HERE or on Teachers Pay Teachers

Valentine’s Day Handprint Poem

This is my hand.

My hand will do

A thousand loving things for you.

And you will remember

When I am tall,

That once my hand was just this small.

Happy Valentines Day!

Simply paint the kids hands in their favorite Valentines Day colors, and send home as a Valentines day gift from the child to the parents.

If your kiddos don’t have access to paint, or you are looking for a last minute printable Valentines Day craft, there’s another great way to spark creativity. 

Either let your kiddo trace their own hand, or you can trace it for them. Once the hand is traced, let the kids decorate it any way they see fit for Valentine’s Day.

Get the Valentine Handprint poem, HERE or on TPT


Five Little Valentines

Five little valentines were having a race.

The first little valentine was frilly with lace.

The second little valentine had a funny face.

The third little valentine said, “I love you”.

The fourth little valentine said, “I do too”.

The fifth little valentine was sly as a fox.

He ran the fastest to the valentine box!

Get Five Little Valentines HERE or on TPT

I Love My Family

I love daddy,

my first Valentine.

I love mommy, because she made Daddy mine.

I love Brother, because I’m supposed to.

I love sister, because she plays with me, too.

I love Grandma, because she gives the best hugs.

I love Grandpa, because he calls me Bug.

Get “I Love My Family” HERE or on TPT

Special Friend

(Sung to Mary Had a Little Lamb)

You’re a special friend of mine,

friend of mine, friend of mine.

You’re a special friend of mine.

Be my Valentine!

These short Valentine’s Day poems are perfect for kids to give to a good friend. It’s as though little cupid came and delivered the perfect gift with lots of candy.

Get Special Friend, HERE or on TPT

10 Little Valentines

One little, two little,

three little Valentines.

Four little, five little,

six little Valentines.

Seven little, eight little,

Nine little Valentines.

Ten little Valentines in my box!

Get 10 Little Valentines, HERE or on TPT

Valentine, Valentine

Valentine, valentine,

Red, white, and blue.

I’ll make a nice one,

And send it to you.

Homemade valentines are a good way to show your own true valentine how much you care.

Print these short kids’ Valentine poems, and let the kids give them to each other as Valentine’s Day gifts.

Get Valentine, Valentine, HERE or on TPT

Happy Valentine’s Day Poems for A Family Member

Joanna Fuchs, and her late husband, Karl Fuchs, are excellent poets. They write sweet poems for any special day.

Here are a few of their original poems that you can use to celebrate this day of love.

Happy Valentine’s Day to My Mom

Mom, I’ve got some friends

Of each and every kind,

But a better friend than my mother

I’ll never, ever find!

I’m so happy you’re my mom!

I love you.

Best Valentine Mom

On Valentine’s day, I think of you, Mom;

I love you really a lot.

In my life that’s full of many good things,

You’re the very best thing I’ve got!

It’s Valentine’s Day, so I want to say,

I’m the luckiest kid anywhere;

You’re the sweetest, greatest, best mom around

And I want you to know I care!

Happy Valentine’s Day, Mom!

Happy Valentine’s Day to my Father/Dad/Daddy

Dad you are my favorite man,

And I sure want you to know,

I’ll always respect and love you, Dad

No matter how big I grow!

I’m lucky to have you as my dad!

I love you.

Your Family Is Like That

Sometimes a group of people

Will bring you happiness

In ways you never dreamed of,

In ways you can’t express.

Your family is like that;

That’s why we want to say

How much we appreciate you;

Happy Valentine’s Day!

When Valentine’s Day is over, and the kids had more than enough sweets, it will be time to focus on Dental Health Month. 

This Brushing My Teeth poem will be the perfect addition to your poetry notebook.

Get your Teeth Poem, HERE.

Before you go, here are a few posts you will enjoy:

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