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Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th. People usually exchange gifts and cards with the loved ones. Kids also love this day because they can decorate their classroom and show their love and kindness to their family and friends.

Here you can find some activities to let this day more pleasant and fun!





Songs for you singing and learning on this special Valentine’s Day. Taylow Swift, Beyoncé, Celine Dion, Smashing Pumpkins, Paul McCartney and Ed Sheeran.

Love Story - Taylor Swift  Beyoncé - Love On Top

Celine Dion - My Heart Will Go On   Smashing Pumpkins - Valentine

Paul McCartney - My Valentine  ed-sheeran-photograph-song


Love Caterpillar Craft
The Love Caterpillar



Practice the vocabulary about Valentine’s Day through crossword puzzles, word searches and more!!!

Valentine's Day - Crossword Puzzle
Valentine’s Day – Crossword Puzzle (Free Download Activity)


Valentine's Day - Wordsearch
Valentine’s Day – Word Search (Free Download Activity)



Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14th.  But do you know why this day is celebrated?

Saint Valentin

In old Rome there was a priest called Valentine. He was very nice and kind with kids. He was very glad to see people in love and he used to perform weddings.

One day, the king of Rome banned all the marriages and nobody could get married because he was in war with other countries and if his soldiers got married, they would not want to leave their families.

People still loved each other, so Valentine started performing weddings in secret. When the king found out about this, Valentine was arrested.


Valentine's Day Gifts

While in jail, Valentine received a lot of gifts, cards, cookies, chocolates and letters. One day he received a special visit: a blind girl. She took some food and a letter for him. Valentine was very happy to see the girl there. He touched her eyes and the girl started seeing again. It was a miracle. Valentine sent a letter to her as a thank you for her visit and signed it “From your Valentine”. That’s why people sign it in Valentine’s Day cards nowadays and celebrated this special day.