One little Valentine said, “I Love You”.
_____made another, then there were two.
Two little valentines, now we see,
____made another, then there were three.
Three little valentines said, “We need one more”.
So _____ made another, then there were four.
Four little valentines , then one more arrives.
_____ made another, now there were five.
Five little valentines all ready to say,
“Will you be my valentine, on Valentine’s Day?”
                                Adapted Traditional by Jean Warren
(This is a fun number rhyme to act out with your children.)


Five fancy valentines from the dollar store.
I gave one to Mother, that left four.
Four fancy valentines, pretty ones to see.
I gave one to brother, that left three.
Three fancy valentines, pink, red and blue.
I gave one to sister, that left two.
Two fancy valentines, oh this is fun.
I gave one to Daddy, that left one.
One fancy valentine, I was almost done.
I gave it to baby, then I was done.
                                Adapted Traditional by Jean Warren
(You can do this math rhyme and put in children’s names or any names your children wish.)