Are you looking for some awesome crafts and activities for your children for Valentine’s Day? Check out these Educational Resources and Activities for Valentine’s Day. They are great for Homeschooling Parents, as well as classrooms at school. They are also great ideas for your children to continue their learning at home.
Valentine’s Day is a great day to celebrate with kids. Here are lots of sweet Valentine’s Day songs and rhymes in this series of free songs and rhymes.
There are so many learning activities you can do with those little candy hearts that you see everywhere this time of year. Here are some free printables specifically for use with these conversation hearts.
Valentine’s Day is coming up soon and aren’t you excited to receive heart-shaped boxes of chocolate from a friend or loved one? Get these free printable alphabet and shape matching activity for preschoolers and toddlers!
For a Valentine’s Day math activity, we suggest using candy conversation hearts to make patterns.
Is Valentine’s Day also for little boys? Perhaps you have a little guy who would prefer trucks and helicopters filled with hearts, too? This one’s for you! 😉
Welcome to the Letter V, where we’ll be having fun with Valentines!
These Sweetheart ABC Letter Matching Game will help your Kindergarten aged children work on letter recognition and matching upper case and lower case letters. These pre-reading skills are necessary to help your child become a really prolific reader!
Here are some of the Valentine’s math sheets and games that are readily available for download for your kids for free.
Valentins’e Day and math? Why not!
There are several different elements in this pack ranging from spelling practice; to hands on word recognition; as well as some vocabulary and grammar practice.
This February Tracing Lines motor skills exercises are perfect to help develop your child’s motor skills and come with cute exercises that are a fun addition to your lessons through the month’s images.
These writing papers should be fun for children of all ages, but the February themed images are a great way to tie the monthly theme to your lessons.
This printable pack is designed for toddlers and preschoolers to practice early learning skills such as alphabet and number recognition, counting, letter sounds, letter cases, size, shapes, patterns, visual discrimination, prewriting, scissor skills, puzzles and more!
Painting with q-tips is a different and fun way of painting, and it’s great for fine motor skills!
Here are some fine motor activities with a fun Valentine’s Day twist!
This fun syllable game is always big hit with preschoolers and kindergarteners alike around Valentine’s Day.
Here’s a simple freebie that you can use to help your student practice sight words — a Valentine’s Day sight word activity.