15 Valentine’s Day Read Aloud Books on YouTube

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Reading picture books is a great way to make homeschool lessons fun & memorable! Valentine’s Day Read Alouds on YouTube are a great option for an educational activity These Valentine’s Day Read Alouds on YouTube could be just the activity you’ve been looking to add to your homeschool Valentine’s Day celebrations!

Including picture books in our homeschool days is one of my favorite activities! Reading Valentine’s Day books, whether they be picture books or even chapter books, can be beneficial for kids of all ages. And, when I’m not able to read book aloud, or when we want a change in pace, I’m always happy to include Valentine’s Day YouTube read aloud videos.

I hope this list of 15 Valentine’s Day books to read helps to make your homeschool Valentine’s Day celebration the best it can be! Many of the book suggestions below are typically geared towards pre-k to elementary age kids, but they can also serve as a nice walk down memory lane for your older kids, too!

Benefits of Listening to a Book Read Aloud

We’re always so quick to encourage kids to read on their own…in silence…but did you know that there are tons of educational benefits to listening to read aloud books, too? There totally are! When kids hear books being read aloud, they’re making gains in language development, comprehension, fluency, and more!

If you ask me, listing to a book being read aloud even counts as reading a book, especially for the littles. To help keep the kids motivated to read, and to keep track of their reading activities, you should totally grab my free monthly book logs! The set comes with enough pages to keep track of reading progress all year long!

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Valentine’s Day YouTube Read Aloud Books

I know you and the kids are going to love these Valentine’s Day book suggestions! Consider bookmarking this article or even add the link to your phone’s home screen. I have included links to purchase each of the books, but, if you’re a library-goer like myself, you might want to have the author and title information handy so you can easily find the books during your next visit to the library. (PS – did you know that the library has some of my favorite ways to make homeschool travel budget friendly? True story!)

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Little Blue Truck’s Valentine

Watch Little Blue Truck’s Valentine on YouTube or get the Little Blue Truck’s Valentine book – my kids have always loved the books in the “Little Blue Truck” series!

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A Crankenstein Valentine

Watch a Crankenstein Valentine on YouTube or get the Crankensteing Valentine book – the second in a series, there’s even a Crankenstein Halloween book, too!

Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day is Cool

Watch Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day is Cool on YouTube or get the Pet the Cat: Valentine’s Day is Cool book – Pete the Cat books have been making my kids laugh for years!

The Night Before Valentine’s Day

Watch The Night Before Valentine’s Day on YouTube or get The Night Before Valentine’s Day book – My kids have grown up reading & listening to the “Night Before” series. The stories are always so sweet!

Valensteins

Watch Valensteins on YouTube or get the Valensteins book – Monsters in love?! That sounds right up our alley!

Valentine's Day Color-In Bookmarks from That Homeschool Family

Clifford’s First Valentine’s Day

Watch Clifford’s First Valentine’s Day on YouTube or get the Clifford’s First Valentine’s Day book – Clifford is a classic! My kids still enjoy hearing stories about the big red dog.

I Love You, Too

Watch I Love You, Too on YouTube or get the I Love You, Too book – written by Ziggy Marley, this book has been praised for being diverse and sweet.

Valentine’s Day Jitters

Watch Valentine’s Day Jitters on YouTube or get the Valentine’s Day Jitters book – I love the illustrations in this book! It could even lead into some positivity and social emotional learning lessons.

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The Valentine Bears

Watch The Valentine Bears Read Aloud on YouTube or get The Valentine Bears book – There’s such a sweet Valentine’s Day message in this book.

Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse

Watch Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse on YouTube or get the Happy Valentine’s Day Mouse book – Part of the “If you Give a Mouse a Cookie” series, this book is a classic!

Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink

Watch Roses are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink on YouTube or get the Roses are Red, Your Feet Really Stink book – If your kids have stinky feet (like most kids out there! lol), you gotta read this book with them!

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Katie Woo: No Valentines for Katie

Watch Katie Woo: No Valentines for Katie on YouTube or get the Katie Woo: No Valentines for Katie book – A cute, Valentine’s Day book with a message about friendship and compassion.

Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George

Watch Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George on YouTube or get the Happy Valentine’s Day, Curious George book – Our favorite mischief-making monkey celebrates Valentine’s Day!

In My Heart

Watch the In My Heart Valentine’s Day Read Aloud on YouTube or get the In My Heart Valentine’s Day book – a sweet picture book of feelings, this could be a nice way to incorporate some social emotional learning lessons into your homeschool Valentine’s Day lessons.

Mr. Goat’s Valentine

Watch Mr. Goat’s Valentine read aloud book on YouTube or get the Mr. Goat’s Valentine book – Fabulous illustrations, this book is definitely on our must read/watch list for Valentine’s Day!

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Enjoy your Valentine’s Day Celebration!

Watching Valentine’s Day read aloud books on YouTube is just one of many ways to incorporate some Valentine’s Day fun into your homeschool day. You can always take it up a notch by having the kids color these sweet color-in Valentine’s Day bookmarks, learn how to say “heart” in other languages, or make a super cute (and easy) Valentine’s Day craft!

Is there a Valentine’s Day book that should’ve been included in this list? There’s always room for more! Email me with your suggestions – I’m happy to add it!

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Until next time, stay safe and enjoy quality time with your family,

- Elizabeth (and the kids. and the husband. even the dog.)

Elizabeth Dukart is a proud Georgia-based born and raised Jersey Girl, wife, and mom of 2 human boys & 1 canine boy.

Created in 2021, Elizabeth owns and publishes That Homeschool Family: a free resource for homeschooling parents and beyond! A seasoned blogger, Elizabeth previously published a popular location-specific family resource blog, but decided to “Pivot!” her blogging focus after she started homeschooling her two boys in 2020. In addition to this blog, you can follow Elizabeth’s homeschooling and family adventures on Facebook, TikTok, Instagram, YouTube, and Pinterest. She can also be found in her Facebook Group: That Homeschool Family Hangout.

When she’s not busy taking over the world or homeschooling, Elizabeth can be found listening to music (especially The Beatles & Harry Styles!), being silly with her boys, watching movies with family, shopping, or traveling!

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