You can download my documents using the access button at the bottom of this post. I’d recommend printing the first page on white card stock and then printing the other pages in pink and/or red. The big blank hearts are if you want to choose some of your own songs other than what I have suggested. The small blank hearts are for decorating your chalkboard. Cut out hearts then laminate everything.
You’ll also need something to ring (like a handbell, desk bell, Taboo game buzzer, etc.). I’d love to get these from Amazon one day:
Instead I always just pull out our Primary’s handbells (see more information on our primary’s handbells HERE).
- Jesus Said Love Everyone p. 61
- Reverence is Love p. 31
- Love One Another p. 136
- I’ll Walk With You (3rd verse only) p. 140
- I Love To See The Temple p. 95
- We Are Different p. 263
- Love is Spoken Here p. 190
- Where Love Is p. 138
- I’m Trying to Be Like Jesus p. 78
- Teacher, Do You Love Me? p. 178
- Mother, I Love You p. 207
- I Feel My Savior’s Love p. 74
- A Happy Family p. 198
This activity has always been a huge HIT (pun intended ;). A very fun way to celebrate the holiday while singing random, non-program songs that we otherwise would never sing.
You can hang the hearts so the words are hidden then someone comes and picks the song to be sung (make sure they don’t look at the back). Take it over to the pianist and that’s the song to be used for that round.
If you are unfamiliar with some of these songs, you can make a play-list on an iPod or CD and use that to help. You could even have the primary just listen to the iPod/CD to make their guess and then sing along with the CD when you go to sing the song.
All my printables are free and filed on my Resource Library. Filing instructions for accessing each printable on my Resource Library are below the button.
These printables are filed on my Resource Library page under Category Title > Valentine’s Day > Name that Primary Song About Love.