Valentine’s Day is such a fun day for kids and parents alike.
Whether you want to celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids or just need something fun for them to do on the holiday, these Valentine connect the dots are perfect!
These printables can be used as a quiet time activity at school, an afternoon project for daycare, or even as a before bedtime idea.
Kids will love completing the picture into shapes that they recognize – it’s not only great practice for their fine motor skills but also number recognition and counting!
It takes just a minute to prep this activity and best of all, there are no special supplies needed.
Valentine Dot To Dots For Kids
Inside this freebie set, we’ve included the following images:
- lovebird with heart
- flying heart
- koala with heart
We love dot to dot pages because they’re so simple to use. Just print, complete the picture, and color them in.
Not only will kids enjoy finishing the picture, but they’ll also get to color it in any way they want. This is great for fine motor skills and creativity!
Valentine Ideas For Kids
Valentine’s Day doesn’t have to be boring—especially when you’ve got kids around! Keep them excited and occupied this February 14th with some fun ideas from us.
They can get crafty by making cards and other fun Valentine themed ideas. Another great activity is to read to them! However you spend Valentine’s Day with your kids, you can show them how much you care by going above and beyond to make it special.
Valentine Books For Kids
First, let’s start with books. Reading to your kids can help them in so many ways. Reading aloud can help kids learn to focus, improve their vocabulary, and build communication skills.
Try adding some of these books to your February activities.
Love From The Crayons – If your kids love any of the Crayon books, they’ll want to read this Valentine version where the crayons explore the bright colors and subtle shades of love.
The Invisible String – This is a sweet story all children will want to hear. It’s about a mother who tells her two children that they’re all connected by an invisible string.
Little Blue Truck’s Valentine – Join Little Blue Truck as he delivers Valentine’s Day cards to all his farm animal friends. As he does, he wonders, will anyone give one to him?
Valentine Crafts For Kids
Crafting with kids is a wonderful way of encouraging their creative and imaginative minds, as well their hand-eye coordination!
It gives them the opportunity to tap into different areas of development. Kids love it because they’re ending up with something tangible that they have created themselves!
Plus, it’s great fun! Crafting doesn’t have to be difficult either – children of all ages can find something suitable that fits their own level of understanding. Keep reading for some of our top Valentine craft ideas for kids.
Bear Valentine Craft – Kids can create a bear Valentine craft that they will love. It’s a simple papercraft with just the right amount of cuteness to be perfect for any age. The template is free, easy, and cute! Make this one at home, school, or daycare!
Unicorn Valentine Card Craft – This Valentine’s day, make a card for someone special. This unicorn is cute and easy to make in just a few steps. Download our template and, and your kids will love creating it this February 14th!
Love Monster Craft – This craft is perfect to do with the little ones! It’s easy and it lets them be creative. Plus, it’s a fun Valentine’s Day activity that will have your kids feeling loved, just like a love monster should.
Llama Valentine Card Craft – This llama card is a super easy and fun craft to do with the kids. It’s perfect as an inexpensive handmade gift for parents, grandparents, or any loved one! Download your free template today.
Valentine Activities For Kids
Kids will love these fun Valentine dot a dot printables that combine fine motor skill practice, letter recognition, counting, and more. No preparation is required! Simply print and grab those dot markers to get started.
Make learning fun with these adorable Valentine cutting practice worksheets. Your little ones can practice their scissor skills while celebrating the special day. From number recognition and counting to tracing along the dotted line, there are so many heartwarming ways to practice using a pair of scissors!
Download and print these free Valentine coloring pages to give your kids a fun activity that will help them develop their fine motor skills. They’ll also enjoy the creativity of designing and decorating each page!
Valentine’s Day is the perfect time to make learning fun for kids! This February 14th, use our fun Valentine’s Day worksheets to get your kids engaged in educational pursuits. With letter V activities and other illustrations, it’s a wonderful way for children to explore academic concepts with a dose of cheerfulness. Enriching their motor skills and literacy at the same time!
- This “love you” little girl’s sweatshirt is so adorable!!
- All the kids will love these Etch A Sketch Valentine cards.
- Teachers will love this Valentine’s Day t-shirt!