Six Little Valentines Printable

Mollie has used this Six Little Valentines rhyme for Valentine’s Day the last few years and since it’s such a good one, we thought we’d give you a complete printable!

Six Little Valentine's Rhyme and free printable from Sunflower Storytime

But first, here’s the rhyme:

Six little Valentines were sent to my house,
The first one said, “I love you, From Mouse.”

Five little Valentines in my mailbox,
The second one said, “Be mine, Love Fox.”

Four little Valentines full of love,
The third one said, “You are sweet, From Dove.”

Three little Valentines just for me,
The fourth one said, “Be my honey, Love Bee.”

Two little Valentine’s mailed with care,
The fifth one said, “Here’s a hug, From Bear.”

The last little Valentine, from my friend Jay,
This one said, “Happy Valentine’s Day!”

This awesome rhyme was written by Meghan and her coworker Elizabeth Stefanov at Busy Crafting Mommy.  Visit Miss Meghan’s blog for more instructions on using the flannel board.

As you can tell from my pictures, I only made FIVE Valentines (simply because I ran out of colors of felt…guess it’s time to restock!)  But no fear, the printable includes all SIX Valentines.

Six Little Valentine's Rhyme and free printable from Sunflower Storytime

I made some envelopes out of regular felt and some out of stiffened felt, and (to my surprise) I found that the stiffened felt actually worked better for the envelopes.  Small Velcro circles hold the envelopes shut.

All of the clipart used in the printable is in the public domain and can be found on clker.com.

Six Valentines Printable

Six Little Valentines Envelope Template

Click Here for Printable

And here are some of our favorite books about hugs, love, and kisses!

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Happy Valentine’s Day!

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