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  • Debie Kimball

    Mommy & Me Book Club: for Valentines Day read the book The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond Craft: make Valentine Bags- glue to paper bags, cupcake liners & pipe cleaners to make umbrellas, and heart stickers for rain...also make Heart Garland. Sing: Heart-o (tune of bingo) Instead of clapping, blow kisses, each time we took a letter away. Snack: Valentine popcorn, Strawberries & Pink Milk Activities: Conversation Heart Scoop Relay & Stacking Large Conversation Hearts as high as you can

  • Natalie Ha

    The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond | Community Post: 22 Valentine's Day Children's Books To Warm Your Heart

  • Julie Traina

    BOOK-- The Day it Rained Hearts, Felicia Bond; Read to lower grades in early February for valentines day. After, kids can write their own story about the day it rained _____.

  • Sans Washington

    The Picture Book Teacher's Edition: The Day It Rained Hearts by Felicia Bond with lots of instructional ideas

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  • Katie Rideout

    i feel like we read this in grade 2-3 for school. looks very familiar. she was in a ship wreck and is lone survivor, right?

  • Paula Fitz

    One of the first i can recall reading as a child

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