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Grades K - 4
Valentine's Day

Valentine's Day
$8.95


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Is Valentine's Day more than giving cards and chocolate?

In which century did it all get started anyway? Is it possible to really learn anything important as we cut out hearts? Of course it is!

Day 1: What Is Valentine's Day?
Day 2: The History of Valentine's Day
Day 3: Celebrating Valentine's Day
Day 4: Science and Valentine's Day
Day 5: Goodies and Gadgets of Valentine's Day

Cooking together, decorating tablecloths, and visiting neighbors with special Valentine's Day cards—children will learn the importance of showing love to others!

Truly, the world is their classroom. Why not give valentines to classmates? Consider giving valentines to friends, neighbors, the elderly, and others this holiday!

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Here’s what homeschooling parents are saying about Valentine's Day:

“Each day children will do a little of the lapbook learning all about love. They will learn the history of Valentine’s Day, how Valentine’s Day is celebrated around the world, how to make candy hearts, how the heart works, and Bible verses containing the word love.

All of the planning is completely done for you. A list of books is included and categorized by day to go along with each lesson . . . With this E-Book, we will be able to complete work in history, science, art, writing, vocabulary, home economics, and Bible.

A lot of the time I open an E-Book and I am disappointed at the lack of creativity. With the Download N Go™ this was not the case. Not only will we learn about love, but I can show them love and care as we go through this lesson. I have children ranging in a wide span of ages from elementary to high school, and I believe this can be adapted to any age of learning. Finally, a project we can all work on together.”

—Nikki Hinkle, Seven Valleys, PA



“Why do we give cards and roses? What do we know about Valentine's Day, and what is legend? Find out in Valentine's Day, the newest installment in the Download N Go™ Series from . . . Amanda Bennett. This unique series of unit studies is designed as a week-long intensive on various subjects. And what better subject to spend a week on than Valentine's Day? From fun candy hearts and Valentine’s gifts to how the heart works and what the Bible says about love and the heart, Valentine's Day is sure to leave you with a new appreciation of all the pink and red and a new outlook on an old tradition.”

—Dana Warwick, Bartlett, TN



“Lapbook templates and instructions are included in this fun-filled unit study. Are you new to lapbooking? Then this is the product for you. The activities are broken up over five days, so it is a simple and gentle way to start lapbooking. Internet links are included to help illustrate the folding and making of mini-books. The Valentine’s Day unit study begins with an amazing booklist with many fabulous titles to enrich learning. Bible, math, science, history, geography, literature, crafts, and even cooking are covered over the five-day study. I enjoyed the educational video links provided with each lesson.”

—Erika Keswick, Mansfield, TX

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Words of Love from the Bible - Free Copywork Book!

To enrich your study of this season of love, we recommend our FREE Words of Love from the Bible copywork book. Download yours now!

Words of Love from the Bible

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Valentine LOVE - Free Printables!

To further enrich your study of this season of love, we also recommend our FREE, LOVE Printables. Print the full-color pages, or color your own, unique version, to share with those you love.
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LOVE Printables

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