This year, I’m giving my kids Valentines’ Day Book Bucks instead of stuffed animals or candy.
And, I’ve made free printable book bucks you can easily download and print for your kids, too!
Gift of Book Bucks
Like most kids, my kids love to choose their own books to read. They enjoy browsing the bookstore almost as much as me. (Which is one of my favorite things EVER.)
I think book bucks are win-win: kids get to pick out their own books, and we all get a fun outing to the bookstore.
I’ve made two options for you to print– 1) $1 book bucks and 2) a book bucks certificate.
Younger kids will not only enjoy the feel of all the book bucks stacked up but it will help them connect the amount of money they have to spend to how much the book(s) cost.
Older kids probably will prefer the certificate. (Plus, it will save you printing and cutting time.)
Click on the images to get the downloads.
Since AJ’s favorite Christmas gift was her Kindle, she’s going to be shopping on Amazon to choose more Kindle books.
JJ will want to go to Tattered Cover or Barnes and Noble to pick out her books. (Happy dance!)
Where will your kids spend their book bucks?
If you need book ideas:
Best Books for 5 and 6 Year Olds
Emergent Reader Book List
Easy Chapter Book List
Book Lists By Genre
Adventure Books for Kids
Fantasy Books for Kids
Funny Books for Kids
Historical Fiction Books for Kids
Mystery Books for Kids
Nonfiction Books for Kids
Realistic Books for Kids
Science Fiction Books for Kids
ALL Picture Book Reviews
Valentine’s Day Ideas on Pinterest
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