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Valentine’s Day History, Symbols, Games Unit Study

Have you always wanted your child to learn all about Valentine's Day? This Valentine's Unit Study with Study Guide is a great way to have an easy research of one of our countries holidays. Some of the topics Journey Through Learning includes on this one are, what the history of Valentine's Day is all about, how is Valentine's Day celebrated in other countries, how did those Valentine cards come about, what do those symbols for Valentine's mean. They have also included a few games and mazes for your child’s enjoyment. And what a better way to end the whole experience of Valentines Day then to have your children make a Valentines card for someone special.

One of the things I have really been enjoying about Journey Through Learning's unit studies is that they are all drawn out for you. They are a complete unit study. They have written their manual for those of us who just do not want to spend weeks researching and putting all the questions and answers together. But they also give you some resources at the end of their lessons to help you further your instruction of Valentine's Day. This unit includes a book lists and even web sites to look and read through.

I highly recommend this guide for your K-3rd grader. For $13.00 you will be able to download the entire ebook and print out the pages you want to print and leave the rest. I give Valentines Day History, Symbols and Games unit Study by Journey Through Learning a 5 out of 5.

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