Love is in the air! We love Valentine’s Day so much in the classroom setting. There is something about Valentine’s and little kids that makes it magical! We’ve gotten over the January slump, and maybe even that mid-year testing hump, and it’s time to celebrate! Valentine’s Day in the classroom can be fun and exciting, or it can be absolute chaos. In our experience, having the perfect Valentine’s Day classroom activities can be crucial. It can determine whether you leave the day in a frazzled mess or filled with the holiday spirit!
Teachers sometimes don’t have the extra time to sit at the reading rug to read books outloud, so instead we WATCH & LISTEN. Great for transitioning between lessons, at the end of the school day, reading time, or party day. Your kiddos will love them.
by Ethan Long
This not-spooky but monster-filled love story is a fun alternative to typical Valentine’s Day fare.
Click, Clack, Moo I LOVE YOU
by Doreen Cronin
Little Duck and all of her friends on the farm celebrate Valentine’s Day by inviting a newcomer to join in the fun.
Mr. Goat’s Valentine
by Eve Bunting
This is a sweet little book that offers a unique twist to a really old tradition, and as such, it may easily become a holiday favorite.
A Crankenstien Valentine
by Samantha Berger
Even the crankiest little monsters can have hearts of gold in this monstrously funny Valentine’s Day tale.
There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose
by Lucille Colandro
There was an old lady who swallowed a rose. I don’t know why she swallowed the rose .She didn’t tell. Nobody knows.
Other February Related Resources:
>> February Hundreds Charts Mystery Pictures
>> February/Valentine’s Day Editable Newsletters Templates
>> Valentine’s ABC ORDER Printables
>> St. Patrick’s Day Watch & Listen Books
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