Reading books are an important way to connect and bond with kids, all while introducing a new subject or theme. Research shows that reading with babies and toddlers helps boost vocabulary and language development. These Valentine’s Day books for kids are perfect for discussing the upcoming holiday with kids.
Not only is reading fundamental to development, but it’s also a great way to stay busy at home or on the go with toddlers. It’s on our list of activities you can do every day with a 1 year old!
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Valentine’s Day Books for Kids
We love to celebrate Valentine’s Day with our kids. While we use the words “I love you” every day, doing something special or going out of the way to celebrate is extra fun. These Valentine’s Day card sayings for kids can make card writing or note sending special with your little ones.
How many of these Valentine’s Day books for kids can you check off your list? Grab the printable below to take with your to the library, or order some of these on Amazon by clicking on the images below. And, if you like this list, check out this on for books on friendship and love too.
Snowy ValentineHappy Valentine’s Day, Mouse!Day It Rained HeartsThe Biggest Valentine EverPinkalicious: Pink of HeartsSlugs in LoveMy Furry ValentineLove, SplatConsider LoveLove BugsDinosaur ValentineThe Invisible StringA Crankenstein ValentineHug MachineRoses Are Pink, Your Feet Really StinkFroggy’s First KissBe Mine, Be Mine, Sweet ValentineSomebody Loves You, Mr. HatchIf You’ll Be My ValentineLove, Ruby ValentineValentine Mice!ValentineOlive, My LoveHugs and Kisses for the Grouchy LadybugGroggle’s Monster ValentineLove Matters MostLittle Ant’s ValentineLove Monster and the Last ChocolateHow Do Dinosaurs Say I Love You?
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