Inside: Looking for fun preschool Valentine’s activities? Each of these are hands-on and build skills. Comes with free printables, too!
As soon as a holiday comes around, we teachers are looking for crafts.
Now, don’t get me wrong. I do engage my preschoolers in crafts from time to time.
But that’s not what I want my focus to be.
As I plan activities, I am always mindful of what skills are being developed.
Because yes, there are so many different learning opportunities in every activity we do.
That’s exactly what you will find in this collection of preschool Valentine’s activities!
17 Skill Building Preschool Valentine’s Activities
Learn the letters in your name with this heart-shaped name puzzle. (How Wee Learn)
Download a free printable for a fun heart color recognition activity.
Explore what happens when you play with frozen hearts in the sensory bin.
Add some science to your valentine activities as you explore with conversation hearts. (Coffee Cups and Crayons)
Play a heart matching game with upper and lowercase letters. (Hands On As We Grow)
Freeze water into ice shapes to make heart art prints.
Strengthen number skills with this collection of Montessori-inspired valentines math trays. (Living Montessori Now)
Estimate and measure candy hearts. (Free printable from Buggy and Buddy)
Build shape recognition skills while playing valentines mailbox math. (Pre-Kinders)
Learn about the letter H with this H is for Heart alphabet craft. (I Can Teach My Child)
Make your own valentines memory game to practice letter recognition. (No Time for Flashcards)
Frozen vinegar hearts make a fun valentines science activity. (Inspiration Laboratories)
Pair up the pictures that rhyme with this heart rhyming word activity. (School Time Snippets)
Learn about giving and receiving with this felt valentine post office play set. (Imagine Our Life)
Enjoy this fun collection of Valentine learning activities from Pre-Kinders.
Practice putting the letters of your name in order with this idea using Post-It notes. (Here Come the Girls)
Sort conversation hearts by color using a free printable. (Teaching Tiny Tots)
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And for our younger crowd: 15 of the Best Toddler Valentine’s Activities
Valentine’s Day Learning Activities
9 Valentine’s Day themed activities that are great for the classroom as well as home!
9 Activities (34 Pages):
- English/Spanish Color Hearts
- Count and Match Bears Cards
- Counting Bear Cards
- Color Heart Half Matching
- Lacing Hearts
- Uppercase and Lowercase Matching Hearts
- Chocolate Box Shape Matching
- Valentine’s Day Writing Note Cards
- Trace and Color “Happy Valentine’s Day” Sheet