I’ll admit that I’m a sucker for Valentine’s Day. I love the pretty colors, the lacy paper doilies, and the celebration of love. We always incorporate some kind of fun activities into our homeschool to go along with the Valentine theme.
Do you know the story behind Valentine’s Day and the real Bishop Valentine? It is a great story of a strong Christian who believed in standing up for love and marriage in spite of the dangers from the Roman authorities.
Here is a list of free and frugal Valentine’s Day homeschool resources that we have used or plan to use:
Valentine’s Day notebooking pages: themed pages for taking notes, writing stories, or whatever you think of related to your Valentine lessons. FREE
Friends and Heroes offers a free music video, plus a couple of downloadable puzzles that highlight the Biblical idea of love and the real story of St. Valentine. FREE
A Journey through Learning has lapbooks and copywork for Valentine’s Day. $1 to $4.50
NotebookingPages.com has a set of printable notebook pages for famous people in church history, including Valentine. $2.95
Currclick has a wide variety of resources including lapbooks, copywork, math pages, puzzles, coloring pages, and unit studies. Prices range from FREE up to $7.
Enchanted Learning has fun ideas for crafts, homemade cards, and mini-books about Valentine’s Day. FREE
FREE printable Valentine’s cards from Little Passports.
February Printables for Kids includes pages for Valentine’s Day. $2.00
February Planning Pack for Children includes printable Valentines as well as planning pages for the whole month. 99 cents
You might like to add these books to your Valentine’s Day reading list:
I have a Pinterest board dedicated to Valentine’s Day ideas, too.