Valentine’s Day is quickly approaching and if you’re like us you’re on the lookout for fun activities that entertain, but also educate your kids as well, right?
If this is you, then we have the perfect thing to help not only entertain, but educate at the same time!
These Valentine’s Day Do a Dot Printables are the perfect solution and they require very little work from you.
Just download, print, and let your kids work on mastering pre reading and math skills.
Your kids will be entertained for hours with this bundle. Check out below what’s included! And, if your child loves these activities, check out all of our do a dot printables.
Dot Marker Art Activities
Dot marker art activities are especially fun for the kids to do! We swear kids want to do these over and over again.
In this Valentine’s Day bundle we have included:
- Valentine Cookie jar
- Love birds
- Teddy Bear
- Valentine’s Day Mailbox
These dot marker art activities can be printed in black and white or even in full color. If your kids love to do these over and over again we suggest printing a bunch of the black and white version for endless fun!
After your kids finish dotting the activity they can then color the picture as well.
Dot marker activities are always a great option for kids of all ages even toddlers.
Another version of these dot marker art pages is to laminate them and use objects like bingo chips, pom pom balls, or even cereal to place on each circle. Doing this will help develop fine motor skills while having fun.
Valentine Dot the Number Hunt Pages
This Valentine’s Dot bundle includes 5 dot the number pages. These pages are perfect for children who are learning to identify numbers.
When your child spots the correct number they then dot it with their marker.
To create a multiple use sheet, just laminate it and then use buttons, beans, pom poms or cereal to lay on each corresponding number.
Valentine Dot the Letter Pages
This printable pack also comes with 4 Valentine’s Dot the Letter pages that focus on the letters B, C, H, and L.
In this activity, your child will search for the specific uppercase and lowercase letters. This is a great way to practice letter recognition in children of all ages.
Children can use the dot markers to dot the correct letters or laminate them for multiple use and then use a dry erase pen to use them over and over again at home or in the classroom.
Valentine Counting Page
This Valentine’s Day counting page is great for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning to count objects and then identifying the number.
On this sheet, your child will count the objects in each rectangle and then mark the correct number in the same box.
We love to use these over and over again by laminating them and using dry erase markers to mark the correct number.
Dot the Number
We have also included this fun dot the number sheet to help with counting and graphing.
On this printable your child will look at the number under each column and then dot that many circles in the graph.
This activity even helps your child identify the concept of less, more, and the same amount.
This is a great page to use manipulatives on to use it over and over again as well as practice fine motor skills as they pick up and place the objects.
Valentine Dot the Pattern Page
If you are working on patterns with your kids then they will love this sheet as it helps with pattern recognition!
Your child will use this sheet to recognize the pattern and then dot the correct choice.
Valentine Dot the Object Page
Included in this pack are 3 Dot the Object pages. These 3 dot the object sheets are perfect for teaching kids to identify an object and then finding it throughout the sheet.
This skill is a pre reading skill perfect for toddlers and early preschoolers.
Valentine Beginning Sound Pages
To build on those pre-reading skills, we have also included 2 sheets of beginning sounds. In these sheets, your child will look at the picture and sound out the beginning sound, and find that letter in the row.
This skill is great for reinforcing letter sounds and beginning word sounds in preschoolers and in kindergarteners.
More Valentine Ideas For Kids
Need more festive ideas to keep the kids entertained? Keep reading for our favorites!
Reading books is a great option for any theme or holiday! These Valentine’s Day books are some of the top picks. Add them to your home library or see if your local library has them on hand.
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?
Crafts are another great way to entertain the kids and work on valuable skills! Try out some of our favorite Valentine crafts for kids:
This fun and simple Valentine’s Day activity is great for kids of all ages! Help improve your little one’s fine motor skills and counting ability with these Valentine connect the dots printables.