Greater love has no one than this: to lay down one’s life for one’s friends. John 15:3. Love is not just a feeling, true love shows itself in action. Valentine’s day is an excellent time to help our children learn how to express love and to let those we do love know just how deeply we do love them. Today the crew have a wonderful basket of love to share with you.
Jennifer from Chestnut Grove Academy has some practical Valentine’s Day Activities (Recap) for you. If you have tots at home you can also find Colors for Tots – RED
Over at Every Bed of Roses Chareen shares A Valentine Butterfly, 70+ Resources for Valentines Day (2014) and Treasures for Valentines Day.
Brandy over at Kingdom Academy Homeschool has some Candy Hearts, Sticky Fingers and a book review on Jennifer Jones Won’t Leave Me Alone!
Over at Tots and Me … Growing together Karen shares some Valentines Day Fine Motor Activities (Montessori) and Valentine’s Mailboxes
Jen over at Happy Little Homemaker is sharing 4 Simple & Clutter Free Valentines Day Treats for Kids , Love Language Valentine’s Gifts for Girls and Valentine’s Themed Teen & Twenty Go-Fish Cards
Erica over at Be The One is sharing her Valentin Favorites
Monique over at Living Life and Learning has some Valentine’s Day Lacing Cards for you.
Heather from Only Passionate Curiosity has some FREE Valentines Day Heart Themed Rhyming Pack, a I *Heart* Marth: Making 10 Math Pack and a First Corinthians Memory Pack.
Lori over At Home: Where Life Happens shares I Know God Loves Me and Will You Be Mine ? (Resources for February)
Over at There Will Be A $5 Charge For Whinning Rebekah is sharing FREE Valentine’s Day Printables.
Marcy over at Ben and Me has a list of Read-Alouds for Your Valentine’s Day Book Basket.
You can find some more resources from the Crew here: Valentine’s Day Resources Round-Up
Being deeply loved by someone gives you strength, while loving someone deeply gives you courage.