FREE Printable Valentine’s Day Cards for Everyone!

by Stacey Werner on January 16, 2014 · 2 comments

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FREE Printable Valentine's Day Cards in multiple languages! #affiliate

Think it’s too early? It’s not! Valentines day will be here before you know it and I have some Little Passports Valentines Day Card Printables* that your child can share with his/her friends. These are perfect for homeschool groups too!
FREE Printable Valentine's Day Cards in multiple languages! #affiliate

FREE Printable Valentine's Day Cards in multiple languages! #affiliate

Have you ever wondered how to say ‘I love you’ in German? How about in Tagalog? The Little Passports Valentine’s Day cards include ‘Love’ and ‘I love you’ in languages from around the world! To share the love, simply download, print, and pass one to your valentine! Here are some Little Passports “I Love You” Translations From Around The World!:

Jeg elsker Dig: Danish
Ik Hou Van Jou: Dutch
Te Amo: Spanish
I love you: English
Je T’aime: French
S’agapo: Greek
Sarang Hae Yo: Korean
Ech hun dech Gaer : Luxembourgish
Mahal Kita: Tagalog
Iay Ovlay Ouyay: Pig Latin
Saya Cinta kamu: Indonesian
Mina Rakastan Sinua: Finnish
Ich Liebe Dich: German
Wo Ai Ni: Chinese
Ya Tebya Liubliu: Russian
Aishiteru: Japanese
Hum Tumhe Pyar Karte hae: Hindi

Little Passports enables you to teach your child about the hundreds of different cultures around our world and around the USA! Each month, a package addressed to your kids (which they LOVE) arrives full of little goodies like stickers for their own passport, activity sheets that teach them about major landmarks around the world and gets their brain going with fun word scrambles!

Little Passports even shares fun recipes that you can cook up with your kids to turn them into little chefs who know all about foods from different cultures. Subscriptions start at just $10.95/month which is another bonus! This is also the perfect resource for anyone who homeschools out there. Let me know what you think after you get set up with your own Little Passports subscription.

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Jessamine D. January 17, 2014 at 9:15 pm

I’m Filipino so I know it in Tagalog. :) I also watch Korean Dramas and am familiar with common Korean, Japanese and Chinese Words. :)
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Stacey Werner January 22, 2014 at 6:07 pm

That is awesome, Jessamine! What is it in Tagalog?

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