St. Valentine’s Day Activities: The Legend, Mythology & Symbols
• Love Knot Cards
• Acrostic Poem Sheets
• Victorian Era Valentine’s Cards
• Word Search
Classroom Implementation Ideas & Tips
The following are pages that can be mixed and matched together to create a variety of activities for your students.
The Victoria designs make a beautiful front of a card when the sheet is folded in half. You may want to copy other activities on the inside such as those listed below or leave it for a simple message.
Students may want to write an acrostic poem. These poems have verses where the first letter of each line spells out a word or friends or loved one’s name. Often times the first letter is larger and intricately designed. Students may design their own or use the templates provided.
A Love Knot Card
Students may want to write a Love Knot Card. Students will have to work carefully given the spacing. It would be best to suggest that the message is written lightly in pencil first to ensure the message fits with the limited spacing.
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Happy St. Valentine’s Day and Happy Teaching,
Kat Moors, B.A., M. Ed.