20 Valentine’s Day Books for Little Learners
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To celebrate my LOVE of books I have put together a list of my favorite Valentine’s Day Books for Little Learners. Now is the time to teach our little learners all about love and thanks to Valentines Day, we have the perfect excuse.
Of course, you will find some of our all time favorite characters, such as Llama Llama, but I also have included some fantastic books that help kids learn about their emotions.
So without any further ado, let’s take a look at this Valentines Day Book List.
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Valentine’s Day Books for Little Learners
Throughout the day we are reminded of our loved ones through objects, sounds, and even smells! This book makes a great reminder to our little learners about how much they are loved.
Chocolate hearts are too pretty to eat! Or are they too delicious not to eat? Follow along as Lilly makes the tough decision on what to do with her chocolate heart.
You probably already know my love for Nat Geo. That is because of their realistic view that is depicted along with real photos. This gives us the opportunity to give kiddos the exposure they need to learn. This book is full of information surrounding Valentine’s Day.
This adorable story goes to show you that love can be found in unexpected places. The lovable monster is a character all little learners will be able to relate.
Learn how to understand feelings by reading this book to your little learners. It will give them a way to be more in touch with their emotions. This is one of my new FAVORITE books!
Llama Llama does it again with adorable rhyming words and a cute story to read. In this book, Llama gets to make valentine’s day cards.
I can’t ever get enough of this old lady… little learners think she’s pretty fantastic too!
You’ll be surprised to discover that dinosaurs say I love you in the same language as little learners.
After guessing who is hiding in the hole, Bear gets a new friend! Another fantastic book in the Bear’s book series.
Friends can be found when you’re in a tough spot… Just look at the story of stick and stone where the true friendship shines through!
When it starts raining hearts, Cornelia Augusta knows the best way to use all of the hearts she has collected. She turns them into valentines for her animal friends!
There are a TON reasons to love someone and this book highlights them all. From hugs to kisses, little learners will learn all about love and it’s actions!
Your heart can feel a million different ways. Use this book to help little learners understand their emotions. With intriguing illustrations, this book is bound to be a classroom favorite.
This heartfelt story follows Emily throughout summer time as she exchanges letters with her teacher Mr. Blueberry. It is full of creativity, friendship, and love.
From the author that brought you “Snowy Day” Peter is back in this lively picture book, and this time around he brought his friends.
You cant forget about Pete the Cat! This Valentine book even comes with Valentine Day cards and posters!
In this story, the kids are preparing for Valentines Day, and their excitement is portrayed in the preparation for the big day.
Introduce your little learners to Mr. Fish as he shows readers how much he loves his friends.
Take advantage of this time of year by teaching your little learners about mail carriers. They will learn all about the mail truck, and how the mail is delivered even in bad weather.
Here is another favorite of mine which is all about the post office. Read along to find out exactly what happens when you drop a box off at the mail office
Don’t forget to take the opportunity to express the love you have for your little learners by picking out a few of these books… because we all know that books make the perfect gifts.
For more Valentine’s day fun stop by my Valentine’s Day Themed Center and Activites post.
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Want more to check out more of my favorite books for little learners? Check out my Book List Blog Series with over 33 different themed book lists (and growing)! If there is a book list for a theme you need just let us know so we can create it for you.
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