This Valentine’s Day Printable for kids is my *favorite* Valentine’s Day gift to have my kids give their dad. 

Every year, I struggle with what to do for my husband for Valentine’s Day.

Even before kids, I was never one to make a big deal out of Valentine’s Day. Now that I’m pregnant with our fourth boy? Even more so!

This Valentine’s Day printable is fast, easy, and cute– something that checks all the right boxes for a holiday activity with kids.

Valentine's Day Printable for Kids
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Why this style of Valentine’s Day Printable for kids is my favorite:

I do a lot of fill-in-the-blank-style printables with my kids because they’re simple and sincere. Kids say the most hilarious things, so sometimes you’ll get a real gem when your kid fills them out. 

(If you’re interested, I have a similar, longer Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable for Kids here).

For this reason, I try to provide minimal guidance (if any) in their answers. For my kids that are old enough to read and write on their own, I hand them the Valentine’s Day printable and let them go. 

Once the holiday is over, I like to save the printables so I can look at them from year-to-year for each kid and see how their answers have changed. You can laminate them (this is the super easy laminator I have and love) or just put them in page-protectors in a binder.

*If you’re short on space or having excess stuff around bothers you, you could also just snap a picture and toss them after a few months.

Can you do this Valentine’s Day printable with your kid even if they can’t read or write?


For my kids that can’t read or write legibly, I help out, but I change nothing. If one of my kids tells me he loves Daddy because he is a dragon, then that’s the answer that goes on the sheet. Some of the craziest, nonsense answers end up being our favorite a few years down the line.

For kids that are too young to really participate (babies or young toddlers), or kids who have special needs, you can always answer on their behalf. Even better, if they have older siblings, let the siblings answer for your littlest one(s).

Some of my favorite answers on my kids’ printables have come about this way, because young-ish kids are brutally honest and hilarious!

How to grab a copy of the free printable for your kids

To download and print your copies of the Valentine’s Day printable for kids, simply visit the pa’ssword-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 .

(The image you see above 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 and your kids enjoy this Valentine’s Day activity! While you’re at it, be sure to check out the other printables in our resource library.

Happy Valentine’s Day!

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Father’s Day Questionnaire Printable – An Easy Homemade Father’s Day Gift 


  1. This is such a cute printable! I will be making use of it for sure because I also struggle as to what to do for Valentine’s Day. It will be so much fun to see what the kid’s responses are. I am sure they will enjoy it too! Thanks for sharing!

    1. Hi Heather,

      I’m so glad you liked the idea. I think the struggle on Valentine’s Day is fairly universal (I wish this holiday didn’t exist lol). This has been a fun Valentine’s Day activity for our kids (and the adults) — I hope you guys enjoy it too!


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