Fun Valentine Love Poems for Kids

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Fun Valentine Love Poems for Kids

Children love fun Valentine Love Poems for Kids.  Valentine’s Day is a wonderful opportunity to introduce kids from toddlers to tweens and beyond to enjoy and have fun with poetry. Below, you will find a collection of fun love poems and sayings for a chid’s Valentine Day celebration. Share these Valentine love poems with your children, students, and grandchildren this Valentine’s Day!

Fun Valentine Love Poems for Kids

All I really need is love, but a little chocolate now and then doesn’t hurt…’  Lucy Van Pelt, Peanuts

‘ Love is when your puppy licks your face even after you left him alone all day.’  Unknown

Today I Got a Valentine

Today I Got a Valentine
from everyone but Kay.
But that’s alright . . .
I never liked her that much anyway.

She never trades her Oreos.
She isn’t good at catch.
She doesn’t like my favorite bands.
Her socks don’t often match.

She doesn’t play computer games.
She wears her hair in braids.
She’s something of a teacher’s pet
and always gets good grades.

She dots her i’s with little hearts.
She’s always reading books.
Whenever I’m around,
she gives me such confusing looks.

But, oh my goodness, here comes Kay,
and what is this I see?
It seems she has an extra special
Valentine for me.

It’s big and red has the words
“Will you be mine today?”
I always said there’s no one else
I like as much as Kay.

Copyright © 2007 Kenn Nesbitt
All Rights Reserved
From www.poetry4kids.com

I Love Me

I took myself out on a date
and said I’m looking grand,
and when I got my courage up
I asked to hold my hand.

I took me to a restaurant
and then a movie show.
I put my arm around me
in the most secluded row.

I whispered sweetly in my ear
of happiness and bliss,
and then I almost slapped me
when I tried to steal a kiss.

Then afterwards I walked me home
and since I’m so polite
I thanked me for a perfect date
and wished myself goodnight.

There’s just one little problem
and it kind of hurts my pride.
Myself would not invite me in
so now I’m locked outside!

Copyright © 2001 Kenn Nesbitt
All Rights Reserved
From www.poetry4kids.com

About the Author:

Grandmother of 5 great kids, retired special ed high school teacher, married since 1972 to Poppy...loves spoiling the grands, crocheting for whomever I can and charities, reading, crafts, outdoors, and blogging.

One Comment

  1. Susan Adcox 2012/01/27 at 11:41 pm

    Fun poems!

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