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I’ll be the first to admit: I’m not a big fan of Valentine’s Day. I believe it’s every bit the manufactured “Hallmark Holiday” that Valentine’s Day Gripers accuse it of being. So… the fact that I created this Valentine’s Day Bible Verses for Kids printable may seem a little odd.

However, despite my general indifference to Valentine’s Day, I also love any excuse to follow a theme and/or do a holiday-themed craft. I dye milk green and feed my kids Lucky Charms for St. Patrick’s Day. I pull silly pranks on them for April Fool’s. Valentine’s Day is no different — cute decorations, crafts, and themed snacks will abound in this house on February 14!

I decided Valentine’s Day is as good a day as any to do some more practice Bible memory verses with my kids. If you’ve been following this blog for a while, you may have already seen that I created Bible verse printables for Easter and Christmas

A holiday all about love seemed like the next logical place to draw up something cute and have the kids practice some verses from Scripture.

If you’ve already checked out the Bible Verse Memorization printables for Christmas or Easter, I’ll spare you some reading: The method is exactly the same. You can download your copy the same way and I’ve included black and white printables and colored printables (again). 

If you’re new here, welcome! — and read on for how I use these Valentine’s Day Bible Verse printables with my kids. 

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How to Utilize the Valentine’s Day Bible Verses for Kids Printable

The obvious purpose of the Bible Verses printable is to help kids memorize the Bible verses that relate to love (especially during the Valentine’s Day season, when nonsense about love abounds). 

Still, there’s several different ways you can go about this:

Valentine’s Day Bible Verses for Kids Coloring Activity

First, you can use them as a simple Valentine’s Day coloring activity (if you download and print out the black-and-white version). This is great for private (religious) schools, a Sunday School activity, or just an activity to do at home with your kids.

After the kids color in the verses, independent readers can review and practice them independently. If your kids (or the kids in your classroom) can’t yet read, you can read the verses for them. 

For readers and non-readers alike, Bible verse memorization activities tend to be more enjoyable for the kids when an adult (or another child) quizzes them. For what it’s worth, I’m also not above offering bribes rewards for my kids’ successfully memorizing Bible verses or prayers.

You can also use this printable for cutting practice.

You can also treat this as an opportunity for kids to practice their cutting skills (with either the black-and-white or the color-version of the printable). This should go without saying, but if you give kids scissors (especially an entire Sunday School class), you need to watch them very carefully.

You should also make sure they have appropriate, kid-friendly scissors. In our house, I’m a big fan of these easy safety scissors. So far, we’ve avoided any injuries and only had one shirt casualty. Either I was supervising poorly, or Kid2 is just not very good with scissors… probably a little of both!

Once the kids have cut out the Valentine’s Day Bible verses, you can paper clip them together or store them in an envelope or ziplock bag. Alternatively, you can put them onto a binder ring (which is my favorite thing to do with an activity like this — details in the following section).

My Favorite Use: Bible Verse Memorization Rings

My preferred way to do Bible verses with kids is to put them onto a binder ring for safekeeping. You can do one binder ring per group of Bible verses (one ring for Christmas, one ring for Easter, etc.) or you can put all the verses onto one ring. 

The nice thing about the binder ring is the kids don’t lose any verses and they can easily flip through them as many times as they want.  The best way to do this is to laminate the verses, punch a hole in the top, and put them on the binder ring.

*You can laminate the verses individually, but it’s easier if you laminate the entire sheet together, all at once. You can still let the kids practice their cutting skills, but they should cut out the Bible verses after they’ve already been laminated.

If you don’t have a laminator, or you’re just not interested in laminating, you could use contact paper or packing tape as a make-shift laminator.

*If you’re in the market for a reasonably-priced laminator, I have this one and I love it because it’s reasonably priced and incredibly simple (I lack the patience or desire to read through lengthy directions). 

You just plug it in, put your paper in the plastic envelope, and send it through the laminator — done! I was able to order the laminator and accessories via Amazon Prime (which was perfect for me, because all these kids have turned me into a bit of a hermit).

How to Access Your Valentine’s Day Bible Verses

To download and print your copies of the Valentine’s Day Bible Verses, simply visit the password-protected Resource Library (if you’ve already signed up for free access). If you haven’t signed up for access yet, you can do so (for free) by clicking here.

(The image you see below is a lower-resolution thumbnail for website speed; the ones in the Resource Library are the high-resolution versions best for printing).

I hope you enjoy them and Happy Valentine’s Day!

PS: If you’re looking for a great Valentine’s Day Activity that doubles as a gift, be sure to check out this “I love you because…” Valentine’ Day printable!

If you enjoyed this post, you may also like:

Easter Bible Verses for Kids: Free Printable Memory Verses

Christmas Bible Verses for Kids: Free Printable Memory Verses

Valentine’s Day Printable Activity for Kids: “I love you because…”

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  1. The teacher in me loves the idea of using this for cutting practice! Gotta get started on those fine motor skills early!

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