These Valentine’s Day themed printable mad libs for kids are perfect for class valentine’s day parties, or as a fun activity to include with valentines kids give out to friends. Find more fun Valentine’s Day party activities for kids.
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Valentine’s Mad Libs are a great way to have silly fun with kids of all ages! They can be used in the classroom, at home, or even at work. Print out these four free Valentine Mad Libs printables and have a laugh!
Getting a Mad Libs book was one of the highlights of my childhood. I would spend hours filling in all the lines and laughing at the nonsensical stories that resulted from them. Sharing activities from my childhood is one of my favorite things to do with my children. My five and eleven year old took turns providing a word for me to write down.
We had a blast. It provided us with some great quality time. ((Not to mention the added bonus of the learning aspect of reviewing what nouns/verbs/etc are!))
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These Valentine’s Day Mad Libs would also be fun to use during classroom parties or as not-so-quiet seatwork during February. Or you could print them out and tuck one inside Valentine’s Day cards to hand out at school parties! They last longer than candy and are a great allergen-friendly treat.
What is your favorite way to have fun during Valentine’s Day?
More Fun Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids
Here are some other fun free Valentine’s Day printable activities:
We’d love to see photos of the fun Valentine Mad Libs your kids create with this printable!
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Andie Jaye is a former preschool teacher turned stay-at-home mom of 4 kiddos. Her blog, Do.Play.Learn., focuses on creative learning and play ideas, as well as parenting topics. Andie strives to be honest in her approach and experiences in parenting to let other moms know that they are not alone in their struggle. In her free time, she writes children’s books in hopes of publishing someday.