Join Pepper for the history of St. Valentine's Day. She looks at St. Valentine, Valentine as meaning sweetheart, when people started celebrating with their Valentines on St. Valentine's Day, and hearts, birds, flowers and Cupid as symbols of love. Many countries use the same symbols from this common historical background. For the history of St. Valentine's Day with French
vocabulary click here.
There are two levels of the PowerPoint, three levels of the booklet and a ten-page detailed newspaper for use depending on the students' ages and reading abilities. There are also writing practice, coloring sheets for the youngest students. Finally, Pepper has included a short quiz, a vocabulary list and her editable Valentine cards in small and large print. (For Pepper's free PDF Valentine cards, click here
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