Valentine's Day (research, writing for information, taking notes, holidays, February)
February 14th is the traditional day for Valentine's Day. Many people choose to send valentines or flowers to their friends and family. For some children, Valentine's Day is a day for cupcakes and school parties.
But what is Valentine's Day and how did it get started? This simple research project helps students answer the following questions:
-When is Valentine's Day?
-Who celebrates Valentine's Day?
-Why do people celebrate Valentine's Day?
-Who is Saint Valentine? What did he do?
-Who is Cupid? What does he do?
-What are some Valentine's Day traditions?
-What are some Valentine's Day symbols?
-What do these symbols mean?
-Why do people give valentines to each other?
-Can you find a Valentine's Day poem?
-Write a Valentine's Day poem for someone you care about.
-What are some other interesting facts about Valentine's Day?
Each question is on its own half page. When combined together, the students can make their own little research books to keep.
There are 19 pages in all, both lined and unlined versions included.
Please look at the preview to see the complete lined version of this file. Many thanks!
Who is it for?
- 1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
- 2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
- 3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
- 19 pages in all
- black and white only
- lined and unlined versions included