If you’re like me, you love seasonal books, and Valentine’s Day Books are extra special! This post includes my favorite Valentine’s Day Books for Kids! I’ve included reads for preschoolers and up, so let’s dive right in – beginning with a handful of sweet board books.
Valentine’s Day Books for Kids
- How Do I Love You?
- My Heart is Like a Zoo
- I Ruff You
- Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse!
- LOVE from The Very Hungry Caterpillar
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- I Love You, Snugglesaurus!
- Whoo Loves You?
- You’re My Little Love Bug!
- You’re My Little Cuddle Bug
- Happy Love Day, Daniel Tiger!
- Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George
- Valentine’s Day is Here!
- The Day it Rained Hearts
- What is Valentine’s Day?
- The Biggest Valentine Ever
- Llama, Llama, I Love You
- The Valentine Bears
- Guess How Much I Love You?
- The Berenstain Bears Valentine Blessing
- Twinkle, Twinkle, I Love You
- Will You Be My Valenswine?
- I Love You Because You’re You
- Love is Handful of Honey
- I Love You When
- The Giant Hug
- The Ballad of Valentine
- There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose
- Happy Valentine’s Day, Charlie Brown!
Whether you grab these books from your local library or shop them on Amazon – using the referral links I’ve provided in this post – I hope you enjoy every minute of reading with your kids this Valentine’s Day!
More Ideas for Valentine’s Day
- Play with heart-shaped cookie cutters and play dough.
- Melt old crayons into heart shapes to create heart-shaped crayons.
- Sign up for a Valentine’s Day woodworking workshop at Home Depot. Their classes for kids are FREE! (Check out one we did at Christmas!)
- Gift your kids with Love Letters from God – Bible verses that encourage them to love others.
- Sign up for a fun seasonal subscription service.
- Sort red and white poms by color and/or size. Make it extra festive by using heart-shaped containers and fine motor tools.
- Paint with red and white paint. Explore how to use those to colors to create pink paint.
- Enjoy red, pink, purple, and/or white snacks.
- Love Day Pizza – You can enjoy this printable with younger kids or you could use it with older kids! For older kids, write a number in the shapes across the top and ask the student to multiply that number by the number of that shape found on the pizza, writing the products in the boxes below the shapes! You can print as many of these as you need here for free!
- Make and deliver valentines! A great delivery spot: the local nursing home!
- Use candy hearts for sorting and counting activities as well as for addition and subtraction fact practice!