30 Valentine's Day Read Alouds

Students always get excited when a holiday rolls around, especially if it falls on a day they're in school.  Although the holidays do make teaching a tad more difficult (especially if a party is involved), they do lend to discussions about family, friendship, heroism, and love.

I typically spend the days leading up to a holiday reading picture books to my students.  This is a good way to teach various reading strategies and skills with some literature that your students are excited about.

Below is a list of books, targeted at various grade levels, that would be appropriate to read for Valentine's Day.  You can choose one to read every day, check out a bunch from the library and let students choose to read them throughout the week, have a parent volunteer read one to the class, or even have students read to younger grade levels in the school.

If you'd like to read a short summary of a specific book, just hover over the bookshelf and it'll take you Amazon.  :)

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  2. The link to Shelfari does not take you to the list of books. I can't find the list of books. Thanks!

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    1. Thanks for letting me know, Cynthia. I fixed that link and it should display as a clickable widget int he post now. :)

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  3. There are some new ones on here that I've never read. Thanks for all of the ideas!

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