Are you looking for something super simple but really meaningful to do with your Primary children for Valentine’s Day? This printable Primary Love Notes activity is just the ticket!
It’s really easy to make ahead of time or even have the Primary kids cut out the hearts themselves! Then, pick who you want to show some love to and create simple Valentines cards to show some LOVE for Valentine’s Day!
I’ve included 3 printable options below to let you customize which style works best for the way you want to use them! I’ve share several fun ways to play and how to use them during Singing Time, too.
Or, use them as a Primary teacher as part of your Come Follow Me Primary lesson! There’s lots of ways to use our cute Primary love notes printables below.
Primary Love Notes for Valentine’s Day
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The children will love “spreading the love” with these cute love note printables! There are a few ways to use them and incorporate this fun activity in Primary, so pick the option that’s best for your group.
How to Play:
Print out a set of Primary Love Notes for each of your Primary children to have one.
Have the children color in something they love about Primary. Post their love notes all over the whiteboard or on an unused bulletin board where you can let them stay up for a couple of months!
Or you can have the children make Valentines for someone in the ward! You might make Valentine’s Day cards for any of the following people, then deliver them as a Primary!
- The Bishop or other Church Leadership
- The Primary Presidency
- Their Primary Teachers
- The Young Men and Young Women (The kids can share what good examples the older kids are to them! The YM/YW I think are often overlooked!)
- Their Parents or Siblings
- Have them pick a friend in the Primary room. Maybe everyone makes one for the person to the left in their class.
You can use the heart template to have the children simply write their names, write one thing they love about the person you are giving them to, or decorate their hearts! Print them on colored paper to add more color to your valentines! Then, you can heart attack the Bishop’s office door, the Primary room door, or anywhere else in the building!
You can play the music to several Primary love songs while you give the children a few minutes to design their Valentines.
Hide the hearts around the Primary room attached to an object or simply a song title! Then, sing that song about LOVE! When they’ve collected enough hearts (you might pin them in groups for a large Primary) then have them color them in!
You can see a list of our favorite LDS Primary Songs for Valentine’s Day in this post!
After you’ve grabbed the printable below, head over to this other fun Valentine’s Day singing time idea to play Spot It!
Printable Primary Love Notes
Valentine’s Day Cards
I’ve included free Primary Love Notes printable Valentine’s Day cards to make it even easier! You can pick from one of the 3 card options and then print as many of that page as you will need. The printable link is at the bottom of this post!
Then, there’s 3 different styles of Love Notes cards as a 1-page printable each.
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See all of our favorite Valentine’s Day Singing Time Ideas here!
What other fun ways could you use these darling Primary Love Notes in singing time?
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I have been trying to find the link for the primary love notes and i cannot find them anywhere. Not sure how i’m missing them. It says they are at the bottom of the lesson when logged in, but i still cannot find them after spending 20 minutes. Kind of frustrating because i have to come to a library to even use a computer in Italy.
Please help me.
Hey Melanie, You need to create a free account. There are steps written out in the post. After you’ve created your free account and then confirmed your account by email, just refresh the page!