Valentine’s Fun In Your Homeschool – Books, Games, Movies & More!

There is NOTHING our family loves more than to celebrate holidays. Some of our favorite ways to celebrate are with books, games, and movies. So, today I am sharing all of our favorite Valentine’s themed books, games, and movies plus a freebie for you. Hope they help you have a lovely time together!

Add some fun to you Valentine's festivities with these books, games, and movies perfect for the entire family to enjoy.

Holidays are the perfect time to take a small break and add some fun in your homeschool. Reading books, playing games, and watching movies are all excellent ways to approach homeschooling.

Valentine’s Picture Books Perfect For Homeschool Read Alouds

For us picture books are the perfect way to keep everyone in our homeschool happy. Emily is an auditory learner and Kevin and I are visual leaners. So using beautiful picture books means we are all equally engaged. Here is a list of our favorite Valentine’s picture books to use in our homeschool.

 Llama Llama I Love You Little Blue Truck’s Valentine Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar (The World Love Monster and the Last Chocolate Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is Cool The Invisible String Little Critter: Happy Valentine’s Day, Little Critter! Franklin’s Valentines Love from the Crayons There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Pinkalicious: Pink of Hearts I Am Love: A Book of Compassion (I The Very Fairy Princess: Valentines from the Heart I’ll Love You Till the Cows Come Home Dr. Seuss’s Lovey Things (Dr. Seuss’s Things Board In My Heart: A Book of Feelings (Growing The Biggest Valentine Ever Love Is: (Illustrated Story Book about Caring for Day It Rained Hearts Snowy Valentine Ollie’s Valentine (Gossie & Friends) The Valentine Bears Lola Dutch I Love You So Much (Lola I Heart You The Love Letter A Valentine for Charlie Brown (Peanuts Seasonal Collection) Hug Machine Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! (If You Give…) Click, Clack, Moo I Love You! (A Click Cranberry Valentine Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch (paperback)

Valentine’s Chapter Books To Add To Your Language Arts Lessons

Maybe your kids are older and they want to read some festive books independently or maybe you’re looking for your next great Valentine’s Day read aloud. Either way these Valentine themed chapter books are bound to be great additions to your homeschool.

 Cam Jansen: Cam Jansen and the Valentine Baby Nate the Great and the Mushy Valentine Junie B. Jones and the Mushy Gushy Valentime The Alien Next Door 6: The Mystery Valentine A to Z Mysteries Super Edition #8: Secret Valentine’s Day Secret (Nancy Drew and the Clue My Weird School Special: Oh, Valentine, We’ve Lost Fancy Nancy: Nancy Clancy, Secret Admirer (Nancy Clancy,

Valentine’s Games Perfect For Gameschooling

Playing games is an essential part of our homeschool so I may have gone a bit overboard on this list but we play games everyday. If your kids enjoy playing games as much mine I’d love to show you how you can incorporate more games into your homeschool days.

 Love Letter | New Bag Edition | 2-6 Truffle Shuffle ThinkFun Chocolate Fix – Award Winning Logic Game Looney Labs Just Desserts Game

Valentine’s Movies For The Entire Family

One of our favorite things to do as a family is have a family movie night. We quickly incorporated that into our homeschool, and boy are we glad we did. So many amazing lessons have unfolded from us simply watching a documentary or comparing and contrasting a book and a movie that we’ve read and watched.

 Be My Valentine, Charlie Brown Deluxe Edition Winnie the Pooh, A Valentine for You My Smurfy Valentine One Zillion Valentines

If you love to celebrate the holidays then be sure to check out my Holiday Fun Around the World curriculum for exciting lessons from 30 different holidays, festivals, and celebrations all over the world. You’ll get to explore different cultures and celebrations all over the world throughout the calendar year! 

What are your favorite Valentine’s books, games, and movies to use in your homeschool? I can’t wait to read all of your wonderful suggestions!