Updated, originally published Feb 2014
Valentine’s Day is upon us. And in honor of that, I am here with some great Valentine’s Day Resources for preschoolers and kindergarteners.
- I really like BusyBeeKidsCrafts.com They offer lots of printable educational Valentine’s Day activities such as word searches, mazes, math worksheets, and dot to dots. Lexie really enjoys dot to dots, mazes, and anything where she has to find numbers.
- As you may know, I loove This Reading mama all year round! We use one of her reading curricula to supplement our homeschool activities. She also has some great Valentine’s Day activities and printable packs:
- Cutting practice (my daughter’s favorite!)
- Entire PreK V-Day printable pack, including emergent readers, rhyming activities and more!
- This awesome Valentine’s Day Scripture pack is one of my favorites! It is a countdown to VDay, using scripture, courtesy of Kim from Not Consumed. She has some other great resources on her site. Check it out!
- I think we made these every year in school, and it never got old- Tissue Paper Hearts using paper plates and tissue paper
- Marble painting is so fun, and is the perfect developmentally appropriate process art! Place cut out hearts on an old cookie sheet or box lid, roll marbles or golf balls in tempra paint (plastic bowls and spoons work well). Then, place the marble/ball on the cookie sheet/lid and roll around, leaving paint trails on the hearts. This is so easy, so fun, and makes super cute hearts for decorations and cards! Younger and older kids will love this!
- Noodle Garland is a great fine motor activity for all ages as well! Get some different shaped pastas, paint them with red and pink tempra paints. Then glue onto cut out paper hearts. Hang them on twine via little wooden clothes pins.
- ChristianPreschoolPrintables has some fun Bible themed Valentine’s Day printables- you can make your own valentines, create a minibook, and print a VDay sewing craft! Lots of fun stuff for the tiny humans. =)