St Valentine's Day teaching resources
Love is a passion that has taken men to war, changed the course of English history and inspired some of our greatest works of literature. Explore this very human condition and the origins of St Valentine’s Day with this timely collection of free lesson ideas, assemblies and activities shared by the TES Connect teaching community.
This free PowerPoint presentation is useful for an assembly and a discussion on the origins of the St Valentine’s Day celebration.
Learn about St Valentine’s Day traditions around the world and the meaning behind the special day.
This PowerPoint presentation includes simple background information on Valentine’s Day.
Roses are red/ Yellow’s the sun/ These pages to colour/ Will prove lots of fun!
Learn some interesting information about Valentine’s Day with this quick quiz activity.
Print this simple wordsearch for your class and see if they can find all of the Valentine’s vocab.
This printable template is for pupils to use in their design of a St Valentine’s Day card.
This compilation of language puzzles is perfect for a quick Valentine’s starter.
Use this puzzle activity from the Encyclopaedia Britannica to learn about Valentine’s Day.
Find the area and perimeter of the heart design, plus find the percentage of the card that is taken up.
Encourage pupils to write a poem in French for Valentine’s Day plus a matching exercise to prepare the poem.
For a great listening activity, try this transcript to go with the video on BBC Ma Langue.
Revise the future tense in French with this worksheet including a poem to be changed from present to future.
This printable list of phrases will enable students to compile a Valentine’s card.
Students will have fun writing mushy love letters to each other in Spanish and then translating them.
After reading the clues you should be able to work out who is going out with who!
This free PowerPoint presentation will get pupils to create their own “poems” for Valentine’s Day.
Teach your class some essential vocabulary for Valentine’s Day in Germany.