Our free printable I love you page is a really fun and simple “I love you because…” printable that works as a greeting card, a sweet note to send or any holiday where kids might want to write a lovely message. The printable Why I Love You page works well for writing practice or learning to write letters.

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 I love you because...with filled in child handwriting decorated with colors with Kids Activities Blog logo
Let’s send someone we love a sweet note today!

Printable I Love You Page for Kids

Spend a little time together with the kids talking about what you love about them and what they love about others. You can use this printable I love you because sheet as stationery or print it off on a card stock. Click the purple button to download now:

This I love you because writing activity for kids will take just a few minutes, but the effects will last a lot longer!  Kids of all ages can do this I love you because for kids activity – older kids can write a complete message on the thinner line version and younger kids can copy words or make drawings on the larger lines with dashes.

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Free I Love You Because Printable

This I love you printable page comes in two different line styles:

  • Larger lines with a dashed center line for beginning writers
  • Smaller ruled line for more advanced writers

I Love You Sheet Doubles as a Coloring Page

The pages also print in black and white line art so you can color them however you’d like. Add a little glitter for extra sparkle! Color this I  Love You Because printable  page and then write a little love message to someone special. 

The title letters are nice and big so even little hands can help color in this page.

Supplies Needed for I Love You Printable

Why I Love Your Printable Writing Page - pdf shown with colored pencils
Print off the I love you page in the line size of your choice!

Our Experience with I Love You Page Writing Printable

My daughter colored this example page and then wrote the  message herself. She colored the page using regular kid markers.

She started out with a pencil, wrote out all the words she wanted, then traced her own writing with a black marker and erased the remaining pencil. It makes me smile to see all this adjectives… she loves to fill a page with compliments!

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