This Valentine’s Day Unit Study is an awesome way to easily add learning fun to your holiday celebration.
If you want to celebrate the holiday with your kids at home AND make it educational, you’ll love these Valentine’s day activities, resources, and more.
Check it out, get recommendations for cool Valentine’s day resources, and get your unit study today!
A Special Way to Celebrate Valentine’s Day with Your Kids
As a mom of 5 boys, I’m always looking for creative ways to celebrate Valentine’s Day.
Pink, lace, and anything too “lovey” don’t go over well in this home 😉
Over the years, my boys and I have enjoyed some pretty cool Valentine’s Day activities at home. We’ve hosted poetry teatimes and had card decorating contests. All fun stuff that I can get the boys on board with!
This year, I’m taking our Valentine’s Day celebration to the next level with a holiday unit study. We’re going to weave in all sort of learning fun into our holiday celebration.
After the massive success of our other holiday unit studies, I’m super pumped up to dive into learning more with my boys about Valentine’s Day and why we even celebrate this holiday.
Make It an Extra Fun Valentine’s Day with This Simple Unit Study
This Valentine’s Day Unit Study is a mix of learning resources, activities, and fun. It’s like a holiday learning party!
There’s so much to do in this unit study. You can take a break from your usual homeschool routine and use this unit study (with the addition of your math curriculum). Or maybe use the Valentine’s Day Unit Study as enrichment, like a sweet bonus or motivation to get work done 😉
If you like, you can block off a day in your homeschool schedule to devote to this unit study. If you take this approach, you may not get to it all but that’s cool. Just save whatever you don’t get to for next year’s celebration!
My boys and I will be using the unit study as enrichment and spreading the learning fun out over the week leading up to Valentine’s Day. (In 2021, Valentine’s Day falls on a Sunday so we’ll get even extra time to stretch out the celebration.)
I’ve included recommended resources and activities for:
- History of Valentine’s Day
- Writing Fun
- Arts & Crafts
- Math Fun
- Fun Activities
Oh, and I’ve included simple planning pages and a recommended materials list to make it super easy to customize and prepare for your Valentine’s Day Fun!
Recommended Resources for Valentine’s Day Learning Fun
In this unit study, I’ve shared a few recommended resources based on what I’ll be using with my boys.
I highly encourage you to check what’s available at your local library (or on your bookshelves) and tweak the unit study to save money, if you prefer.
If you’d just like to keep it as simple and easy as possible, you can click on these images to check out what we’re using:
Valentine’s Day Is…Valentine’s Day (Holidays and Festivals)Day It Rained HeartsLove Is: (Illustrated Story Book about Caring for Others, Book About Love for Parents and Children, Rhyming Picture Book)There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!Read-Aloud Poems for Young People: Readings from the Worlds Best Loved VersesAlldriey Valentine Day Gift Party Favors for Kids, 80pcs Erasers Stamps Valentines Cards Filled Hearts Goodie Bags Bottles for Girls Boys Children Classroom School Exchange Game Prizes Carnival Rewards Supplies Serve 10 GuestsMagic Color Scratch Hearts (2Dz) – Crafts for Kids and Fun Home Activities
Get Your Valentine’s Day Unit Study!
Ready to boost your Valentine’s Day with some fantastic learning fun?
This unit study is packed with activities and resources to help you easily make the most of Valentine’s Day with your kids.
In this unit study, you’ll find:
- Introduction and overview of the unit study
- Recommended materials checklist
- Simple planning pages (customizable sheets that include block planner for subjects and weekly layout)
- Breakdown of each subject
- Links to free websites or resources that you can use to make this unit study rock
- Download links to ALL Valentine’s Day printable activities from Rock Your Homeschool (with bonus activities not found on the site or in the Subscriber’s Library)
- Record form for use in a homeschool portfolio or for record-keeping
- Suggestions for other forms of creative student reports
WooHoo! I’m wishing you tons of holiday learning fun!
Please tag us @rockyourhomeschool to share your stories and pictures about your Valentine’s Day Unit Study adventures 🙂