Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts

Fall in love with these heartfelt Valentine’s Day writing prompts that will help make writing easier in your classroom. These are the perfect way to add some fun to your Valentine’s Day lesson plans. These Valentine’s Day writing prompts can help get your students’ creative juices flowing and make the day extra special. 

Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts

Valentine's Day Writing Prompts

Grab some conversation hearts and a box of chocolates and these writing prompts and watch as your students fall in love with writing. If you want some other fun Valentine’s day activities be sure to check out our Valentine’s Day Bear Craft, and our Valentine’s Day Color By Number.

How can I use these Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts?

At Home

Writing prompts are a fabulous way to enrich your child’s love of writing. These prompts take the guesswork out of writing. Instead of thinking of what they have to write, they can pour more energy in the writing itself! Your kids will be sharpening their penmanship, working on grammar and spelling and using their imaginations all at once. 

In the Classroom

This Valentine’s Day, why not try something different in your classroom and have your students write in a journal? With these fun prompts, they’ll be able to express their thoughts and feelings about the holiday while sharpening their writing skills. Watch their confidence bloom as they write with more ease while using these Valentine’s writing prompts. 

Benefits of Writing Prompts

Journaling is one of the best ways for students to be more creative in their writing. 

These writing prompts allow kids time and space, without judgment or criticism from others around them to just write their thoughts all while practicing their spelling, grammar, and penmanship. 

40+ Valentine’s Day Writing Prompts

  • What makes you feel loved?
  • What do you think of when you see a heart?
  • What is your favorite Valentine’s tradition?
  • Describe your perfect Valentine
  • If you could be cupid for a day, what would that day look like?
  • What was the best Valentine you have ever received?
  • What does love mean to you?
  • What are 5 things you can do to make your family feel more loved today?
  • Think about the best Valentine’s Day you have ever had. Describe that day.
  • What makes a good friend?
  • What are 3 things that describe your best friend?
  • What is your favorite Valentine’s Day treat?
  • Would you rather have a paper valentine with a nice message or just candy?
  • If you created a homemade Valentine card, what would it say?
  • What are 10 things you can do to make your friends and classmates feel more loved and included?
  • Complete this sentence in 3 different ways, I feel loved when____
  • What are your top 5 favorite love songs?
  • Do you like Valentine’s Day or Easter better? Why?
  • Why do you think we celebrate Valentine’s Day?
  • If you made a love potion, what would be the ingredients?
  • What is the best gift to give someone for Valentine’s Day?
  • Make an acrostic poem with the word Valentine
  • What was the worst Valentine’s Day you have ever had?
  • Do you think it is important to tell people that you love them? Why or why not?
  • What does it mean when someone says “You can’t buy love”?
  • What would happen if every day was Valentine’s Day?
  • Do you think you have a secret admirer?
  • What is the best kind of Valentine’s to give out?
  • Write 10 things that you would write on candy hearts.
  • How do you ask someone to be your Valentine?
  • What are some ways that you could be nicer to people?
  • What does it mean when people say “Love is blind”?
  • Do you like giving out Valentines? Why or why not?
  • Would you rather get a box of chocolates or a bag of sour worms from your Valentine?
  • Make an acrostic poem with the word love.
  • What was the worst Valentine you ever received?
  • If you met an alien, how would you describe Valentine’s Day to them?
  • Make an acrostic poem with the word candy.
  • Finish this sentence: I love ____ because ____.
  • Imagine you were in charge of throwing a Valentine’s Day party. What would everyone eat? How would you decorate? Who would be invited?
  • What is your favorite romantic comedy?
  • If you could create your own holiday, what would you celebrate? When would it be celebrated?
  • How do you feel when someone gives you a Valentine?
Valentine's Day writing prompts with template and testimonials on white background with pink border

What is a Valentine’s Day writing prompt that we can add to the list? Share it in the comments and don’t forget to download these writing prompts to get your kids loving writing and sparking all kinds of creativity. 

How Do I Print A PDF?

You’ll need a program that supports PDFs. Adobe Acrobat is a great option. Open the program, click file, then print. Select your printer and the number of copies you want to print. Be sure you click double-sided if you want it to print on both sides. 

Can I Resell These?

You may not resell any printable or template that you find on our website or receive in your email. You may use them for class parties, at church, at home, or in the classroom. You may get these printed at an office supply store or copy center at your own expense.

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