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My kids are not yet mature readers or writers, but they still love the opportunity to create their own books. I put together these Valentine Word Booklets to give my kids some practice with Valentine vocabulary and spelling. It was also an opportunity for my kids to become the author of their very own books – something that made them both feel quite proud.
Note: For more Valentine activities, see my Valentine Activities for Kids page.
I put together a printable booklet with Valentine images (download near the end of the post). Here is a sneak peak at the pages included:
The booklet includes printable label cards, or you can have your kids write the words on the pages for themselves. I chose to have my kids write the words themselves using our alphabet stamps and a stamp pad.
I helped my kids spell the words, and they stamped the letters on each page.
When they were finished creating their books, XGirl spent some time on the couch “reading” her book to herself. And they were so proud to share their books with their daddy when he came home at the end of the day.
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More Valentine’s Day learning resources
More Valentine posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Valentine Montessori activities
- Valentine sensory bin
- Heart suncatcher
- Marbleized hearts
- Find the hearts Valentine’s sensory bin
- Books about Valentine’s Day
- Valentine’s Printables Pack
- Valentine Bingo
- Valentine I Spy game
- Valentine Do-a-Dot Printables
For more Valentine ideas, check out my Valentine Activities for Kids page and my Valentine’s Pinterest board.
This is something very insightful and enjoying at the same time. You have chosen extremely relevant words, with cute pictures. A commendable job as a Mother, I would say.
Thanks a lot for sharing such thoughtful Valentine’s post. I am going to implement them with my kids as well.
Melinda J Mitchell
I can’t wait for them to make their own books!