I love Boardmaker Share, and there are always cute ideas for every event. With Valentine's Day coming up, I found a very simple book---"Hearts Everywhere" ---which is perfect for children functioning at an early language level. I downloaded it and fixed it up a bit ---aligned the symbols better, exchange a few icons for other better ones, and fixed a couple of glaring mistakes. (With free stuff, there is always some fixing to do. I'm sure you will fix my free things.)
"Hearts Everywhere" is simple---hearts are on the table, on the wall, on the floor, on the mailbox, and so on. Each page has hearts somewhere different---and there is rhyme to the book. I asked the kids to point to the wall, window, floor, and table in my room after reading the corresponding page. The only preposition is "ON", and there is a simple sentence strip where the child can change out the object. If you want, you can laminate the book, use velcro, and make things more permanent. I didn't want to use up my laminating supplies, so paper sufficed for me this time.
Once the kids read this, you can play a game with hearts in your classroom or home, and have them put a paper heart somewhere and then tell where it is. ("Heart on Mommy!") Take pictures and the kids can make their own book!
Click Here for the Boardmaker version of Hearts Everywhere
Lucky for you--you can add pages, change out prepositions, or fix any little mistakes I made.
Click Here for the pdf version of Hearts Everywhere
You are stuck with it--no changes possible. Oh well! Happy Valentine's Day!