Valentine’s Day

Books:

Froggy’s First Kiss by Jonathan London

Night Before Valentine’s Day by Natasha Wing

Mama Do You Love Me? by Barbara Joosse

Robin Hill School, Too Many Valentines by Margaret McNamara (Ready to Read Level 1)

If You’ll Be My Valentine by Cynthia Rylant

Valentine’s Day by Anne Rockwell

Happy Valentine’s Day Mouse by Laura Numeroff (board book)

Be my Valentine, Amelia Bedelia  by Herman Parish (my younger kids didn’t get this book)

Clifford’s First Valentine by Norman Bridwell

Franklin’s Valentines

Melvin’s Valentines (easy reader)

Valentine Mice

Happy Valentine’s Day, Dolores by Barbara Samuels (a little long for younger ones)

The Sweetest Valentines by Jane E. Gerver (Hello Reader, I thought this was harder than most Hello Readers.  Maybe at a level for the average first grader)

Love You Forever by Robert Munsch

The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond

Valentine’s Day Is… by Gail Gibbons

Mouse’s First Valentine by Lauren Thompson (board book)

Valentine Bears by Eve Bunting

The Night Before Valentine’s Day

Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink by Diane De Groat

The I Love You Book by Todd Parr

Printable Books:

Counting Valentines from Little Giraffes

Hearts on Me from Marcia’s Lesson Links
Thumbprint bookmark

Math:

Mathwire.com has some fun Valentine’s Day activities.  Here is another spot on Mathwire.com

100s chart puzzle from Math-drills.com

On your hundreds chart, cover some numbers with red hearts. Students then need to figure out what the missing numbers are.

Valentine Heart Estimation Sheet from Little Giraffes- Estimate how many candy hearts will cover the heart and then put the candies on the heart to check.

Candy heart graph and sorting page from ABC Schoolhouse.

 

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