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These Christian Valentine cards are a great way to teach your preschoolers about God’s love this Valentine’s Day! Perfect for home and Sunday school.
Whether you’re planning preschool Valentine’s Day activities for home, school, or church, this collection of Valentine card ideas are perfect for teaching and reminding kids that God loves them and their loved ones.
Christian Valentine Cards
I love each one of these five Valentine scripture printables. My favorite, though, is the “smarties” one. Not Consumed
Attach these “Let God’s love bubble over” tags to mini bottles of bubbles, and you’ve got a super cute Valentine for kids to hand out. Paintbrushes and Popsicles
Whether you choose the treat topper or one of the Valentine tags, your kids will love giving each one of these Christian Valentine printables. Teach Sunday School
All your kids will need to do is sign their names on these Christ-centered Valentine printables. MOB Society
Add a chocolate heart to the center of these free printable Christian Valentine’s Day cards. Long Wait for Isabella
This easy DIY Valentine’s Day pop-up card is perfect for kids to make for their teachers and loved ones. True Aim Education
Print these printable religious Valentine cards on cardstock for durability and let your kids pass these out this year. Real Life at Home
These are the most colorful printable Valentine cards with Bible verses I’ve seen yet! So cute! Busy Books and More
These printable Bible verse Valentine cards have good white space around the edges. Punch a hole in the corner, and tie them around a small bag of candy. Ministry to Children
You can print these Bible verses or hand write them for your kids. Either way, they’re perfect for simple Valentine’s Day cards. Live Well Play Together
This sweet John 3:16 Valentine card idea creates an acrostic from John 3:16. Paintbrushes and Popsicles
Grab some mini-playdough cans to attach to these Christ-centered Valentine cards for a fun no-candy alternative. Happy Home Fairy
This adorable free printable Valentine pairs nicely with a tasty (and healthy) treat for kids. Happy Home Fairy
Must Have Resources:
When completing these crafts and activities at home, I find that the following resources are very helpful to have on hand.
BOOKS ABOUT VALENTINE’S DAY
Fill your book basket with a great collection of preschool Valentine’s Day books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! – Join Mouse from If You Give a Mouse a Cookie as he celebrates Valentine’s Day with all the friends he loves.
Love Monster – Love Monster is a slightly hairy monster trying to fit in with the cuddly residents of Cutesville. But as it turns out, it’s hard to fit in with the cute and the fluffy when you’re a googly-eyed monster…
Click, Clack, Moo I Love You! – It’s Valentine’s Day and on the farm that means a Valentine’s party. Little Duck is wildly excited. She hangs balloons, streamers, sparkling lights, and hearts everywhere, and hand-makes a valentine for everyone.
Round Out Your Unit with These Activities:
This felt story board is a wonderful accompaniment to the book by Lucille Colandro called I Know an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!
Your students will fall in love with this collection of Valentine books for kids! Celebrate Valentines Day with a good book!