Valentines day cryptogram by forrests

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									The Story of Valentine’s Day
Read the story of Valentine’s Day. Choose the correct word to go in each gap and write it in the heart. When you have finished you will find the names of two famous lovers.
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In Roman times people celebrated a festival of love in the month of 1 ______________. The festival was called Lupercalia. It was the festival of the Roman gods Pan and 2 _____________. Young men and young 3 _____________ played games to find a wife or a 4 ______________. In early Christian 5 ____________ St. Valentine was a holy man. He was for his beliefs. Before he died he wrote a message on the prison 6 ____________. The message was for the woman he 7 ____________ and he signed the message “Your Valentine”. The feast day of St. Valentine is the fourteenth of February. St. Valentine’s Day became the 8 _______________ of lovers. Young men wrote 9 _____________ to give to young women. If they were no good at writing poetry, they copied one from a book. Girls made cards to give to the young 10 ___________. The sender of the card was a secret. People never signed the cards. In the nineteenth century, the postal service started. Now people could 11 ___________ their Valentine’s cards. Today you can buy lots of 12 _____________ and presents to send 13 _____________ Valentine’s Day. How about a cute 14 ______________ bear, a heart-shaped balloon or a bunch of red roses?

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Write down the names of the two famous lovers.

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VALENTINE’S DAY CRYPTOGRAM

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Write the letters on the lines and match the words with the pictures.

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