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A Fun Printable Valentine Challenge for Kids- Valentine Reading Kit

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Make reading fun with a small Valentine reading challenge for kids!

I come from a family of readers.

People thought my sister and I were joking when we would say my mom lived in a 2 bedroom apartment.

She used one bedroom, while her books used the other.

No jokes!

I’m thankful Lia, Sam and Ana have developed a love for reading too.

A secret in raising avid readers is to fuel that fire for reading with a little creativity.

And nothing works better than a reading challenge. 

A Valentine Challenge Your Kids Will Love!

Remember my Fall Challenge to make reading fun for kids?

I sent that along to my daughter’s 1st-grade teacher, and she shared it with the kids’ parents.

It was a fun way to get new, and developing readers to spend time with their books. 

When it was time to bring out our Christmas decor and prized collection of Christmas books, I thought it would be neat to expand a little on the Fall Reading Challenge,

and thus the Christmas Challenge Reading Kit was born.

(Yes, kit!)

Complete with a Christmas Reading Challenge, 16 Bible Verses to celebrate the season, a Reading Log and Bookmarks, this complete kit is just a sweet way to keep our young readers fired up!

And now, here we are. 

A new year and Valentine’s Day is just a few weeks away.

You know what that means, right?

We can’t not have a Valentine-themed kit, right?Valentine Reading Challenge Kit

A FUN Valentine Reading Kit!

This adorable sloth themed reading challenge kit comes complete with:

1. A Valentine-themed Reading Challenge, listing 16 prompts.

Valentine Reading Challenge

This challenge could serve as a Valentine’s Day countdown of sorts. 

Have your child pick a prompt on Jan 30th. By the time he/she marks off the last prompt of choice, it will be February 14th.

2. 16 Bible verses on love.

Again, you can read a verse a day, to lead up to Valentine’s Day.

Or read 2 or 3 each day. 

I would not recommend reading all 16 verses on one day as would not serve the purpose of helping your child understand what each verse means. 

Valentine Reading Challenge

3. A Reading log

It’s always fun to have a goal to work towards.

You could throw in a prize, perhaps whip up one of these Valentine treats for kids

or even a Valentine-themed book if your child fills up the log before Valentine’s Day.

Valentine Reading Challenge

4. Super cute Sloth Bookmarks

All books need bookmarks, right?

Aren’t these adorable?

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Valentine Reading Challenge

To make these bookmarks more durable, I would recommend printing this sheet on cardstock, cutting each bookmark out, and then laminating each one.

If your child is not too excited about the pink Valentine Reading Kit, grab the mono gray option from my Fun Faith Printables store.

Valentine Reading Challenge

I would love to hear about how the kids are enjoying this kit.

Please do drop me a line!

Valentine's Day Reading Challenge Kit for Kids- Mommy Snippets


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