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Welcome to Valentine's Day coloring pages. Here you have plenty of choices of sweet pages to decorate and give to your Valentine on February 14th. Click your favorite love themed coloring page below to make it larger then decorate online or print at home to color using your smashing crayons, markers or paints. Choose from love doves, cupid, flying hearts, roses and much more. Many hours of Valentine fun found here on the Hellokids Valentine's Day coloring page channel.

There is more spectacular Valentine's ideas and activities to check out as well:


  • Cobra Love

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    Cobra Love coloring page spacer
  • Snails Love

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    Snails Love coloring page spacer
  • Horse Love

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  • Cat and Mouse Friends

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  • Bunch of heart balloons

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  • Valentine's Cupid

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  • Love Chocolate Box

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  • Friendship is Tenderness

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    Cute Bunny spacer
  • Blind Love

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  • Doves & Roses

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  • Best Friend For Ever

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  • Boy with heart balloon

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  • Cute Love Bear

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  • Love Doves

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  • Valentine's Day Craft - Button Art


 

 

 

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Fun Valentine Facts:

In the middle ages, young men and women drew names from a bowl to see who their Valentines would be. They would wear these names on their shirt or dress sleeves for one week. The saying "to wear your heart on your sleeve" means that it is easy for other people to know how you are feeling.

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