Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us and love is in the air and we have your free 14 Days of love notes for kids. Download your free printable 14 Days of Love Notes for Kids collection brought to you by Hullabaloo Stories.
Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us and we have your free downloadable 14 Days of love notes for kids. As Cupid takes aim, love is sure to fill the hearts and minds of our children on this special holiday each year. Each child will share Valentine’s Day cards, candies and gifts with their friends, crushes, family and other children? This 14 Days of Love Notes for Kids collection was designed for Hullabaloo Stories in 2012. As these 14 Days of love notes for kids printables are timeless, we thought we would share them here at Windy Pinwheel as well and you can download the full set below. Please be on the lookout, we will also design a new Valentine’s Day in the future here, at Windy Pinwheel.
Get a jump on February now by downloading this 14 Days of love notes for kids set and share it with your kids in their lunchbox or on their pillow as they wake up or even on the mirror in their bathroom as they are brushing their teeth. They’re sure to see them and it will warm their hearts.
Our children absolutely loved each love note that they received in this 14 Days of love notes for kids set each day last February and we know yours will too.
Which of these 14 Days of love notes for kids printables is your favorite? What do you plan to do to make your Valentine’s Day holiday special and memorable with your kids this year? What is your favorite tradition about Valentine’s Day? How do you celebrate Valentine’s Day?
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A short version of Valentine’s Day history.
“The origins of Valentine’s Day trace back to the ancient Roman celebration of Lupercalia. Held on February 15, Lupercalia honored the gods Lupercus and Faunus, as well as the legendary founders of Rome, Romulus and Remus.
In addition to a bountiful feast, Lupercalia festivities are purported to have included the pairing of young women and men. Men would draw women’s names from a box, and each couple would be paired until next year’s celebration.
While this pairing of couples set the tone for today’s holiday, it wasn’t called ‘Valentine’s Day’ until a priest named Valentine came along. Valentine, a romantic at heart, disobeyed Emperor Claudius II’s decree that soldiers remain bachelors. Claudius handed down this decree believing that soldiers would be distracted and unable to concentrate on fighting if they were married or engaged. Valentine defied the emperor and secretly performed marriage ceremonies. As a result of his defiance, Valentine was put to death on February 14.
After Valentine’s death, he was named a saint. As Christianity spread through Rome, the priests moved Lupercalia from February 15 to February 14 and renamed it St. Valentine’s Day to honor Saint Valentine.” (Source: Care2.com)
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