History and Tradition of Valentine's Day Activity Freebie
Happy Valentine's Day! For a sneak peek inside our Treasure Each Month: February Activities Bundle check out this Valentine's Day Sample Freebie! Students can read all about Saint Valentine and traditions of Valentine's Day and then answer questions on the organizer.
If you like this sample, please check out our February Activity Bundle is made up of 6 mini-units to celebrate the month of February.
These monthly bundles are designed with teachers in mind to include topics related to social studies, science, and holidays that are specifically related to the month of February.
Click Below for Our February Activity Bundle!
See Our February Activities Bundle
In our February BUNDLE, you'll find passages, activities, and vocabulary posters about:
✔Happy Valentine's Day
✔Dental Health Month: Our Bones & Teeth
✔*Black History Month: Celebrate Rosa Parks & Harriet Tubman
✔U.S. Presidents: Honoring Abraham Lincoln & George Washington
Each mini-unit includes:
✔Spotlight on Vocabulary
✔Directions & Answer Keys
► Treasure Each Month April Activities: Easter, Poetry Month, Rabbits, Trees
► Treasure Each Month December Activities: Wright Brothers, Ben Franklin, The Moon
► Treasure Each Month February Activities: Dental Health, Presidents Day, Black HX
► Treasure Each Month January Activities: Inuit, Chinese New Year, Lewis & Clark
► Treasure Each Month March Activities: Plant Life Cycle, Clouds & Butterflies
► Treasure Each Month: November Activities Veterans, Wolves, Turkeys, Thanksgiving
► Treasure Each Month: October Activities Columbus, Owls, Pumpkins, Bats & Spiders
► Treasure Each Month May Activities: Cinco de Mayo, Mexico, Frogs, Habitats
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• For personal use, classroom use, and non-commercial use only. It is unlawful to distribute any part of this file for any reason (whether they are free or for purchase).
- Clipart, graphics, photographs, found inside this product are copyrighted. They may not be extracted from this file without written permission from the original artist(s).
- We'd love to see how you use these activities in your classroom--- Tag @heart2heartteaching on Instagram!
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- Open the PDF
- Click Print
- Select Shrink oversized pages
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