Valentine's Day
We are shaped and fashioned by what we love.
                                                                   --Johann Wolfgang Von Goethe

Valentine's Day Writing and Journal Prompts


Children's Book of the Month Club


  • Draw a picture of yourself and a friend or family member enjoying a special moment where you felt or expressed love. Write one or two sentences telling about it.

  • Complete this sentence: "I know ________ loves me because ...."

  • Create a Valentine's Day coupon book for a friend or family member.

  • Make a list of ways that you can show your love for your family members.

  • Make a list of people who love you and give at least one reason why you know they love you.

  • Write a letter to your Mom or Dad telling them why you love them.

  • Describe a time when you felt especially loved.

  • Describe the best Valentine's Day you've ever had.

  • Write an acrostic poem using the word "FRIEND."

  • Think of one reason you like each person in your family or in your classroom. Use your reasons to write Valentine's cards to your family members or classmates.

  • Interview a grandparent or elderly acquaintance to find out what Valentine's Day was like during his or her childhood. Use a Venn Diagram to compare/contrast Valentine's Day then and now.

  • Design a poster announcing a school Valentine's Day party.

    Pretend you are a teacher. Make a list of rules you would use to help keep students from feeling left during
  • Write a poem entitled "Love is ..."
  • Write an extended definition of love.

  • Write an essay telling what makes someone a good friend.

  • Should schools allow children to celebrate Valentine's Day in the classroom? Why or why not? Write a letter to the editor of your local newspaper arguing your position.

  • Imagine a world where everyone loved their neighbor as much as they loved themselves. What would it be like to live in such a world? How would families and communities be changed?

Valentine's Day Story Starters

  • My Mom is the best mom in the whole wide world, so I couldn't give her some plain, old ordinary Valentine's Day gift. No, I needed to find a Valentine's Day present as special as she is. ...

  • Jake couldn't wait to get to school. Today was the day of the class Valentine's Day party.

  • When I looked up and saw Cupid with his bow, I knew we were in trouble. ...

  • Mi-Lin woke up itchy. Seeing tiny red spots all over her arms, she groaned. What could be worse than chickenpox on the day of the school Valentine's festival?

  • Tommy Terrence thought Valentine's Day was for babies. But one special Valentine's Day made him change his mind.

  • Clarence the Candymaker rubbed his hands gleefully. Today, he would introduce the world to a whole new kind of Valentine's Day candy.

  • Jessica couldn't believe her eyes. Stuffed into her mailbox was the biggest Valentine she had ever seen. ...



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