When I was a child, we spent a lot of time writing down silly messages such as the ones on these Valentine's Day stickers -- putting them on each other's book covers, writing them in chalk on the sidewalk, sneaking them onto the chalkboard at school. For some reason my friends and I thought these messages were absolutely hilarious. We laughed every time we saw them.
I made these stickers at Zazzle to share some of this hilarity for the upcoming generations. No, I don't roll around on the floor laughing at them any more, but I still think they're sort of cute. They express sentiments about others without being overly sentimental or mushy, even while saying some pretty mushy things.
You really are a cutie, you know. And I do go for you. Well, that might be pushing it. I don't really know you after all.
Teachers may find it useful to have a collection of stickers such as these to celebrate Valentine's Day with their classes. Children who are not yet readers may get a kick out of naming the letters and numbers and, presto! a message! Older children may find it fun to think of some new messages they can make on their own using the names of letters and numbers to communicate something to the rest of the class. It's sort of like creating a rebus.
This could be a party game for a Valentine's Day party, too. Even a birthday party or a friend get together could include a game such as this. The stickers are just a way to get you started.