Getting your kids engaged in learning with Valentine’s Day worksheets is the perfect way to have some educational fun this holiday season.
They’ll be able to practice the letter V and more while appreciating a few heart-filled illustrations!
Not only do these themed activities make learning enjoyable, but it also builds their foundational literacy and motor skills.
Get ready for some very festive fun time learning with this free collection of worksheets, perfect for making your little ones smile and getting them excited about education!
Be sure to check out all of our other Valentine activities to try out this February holiday!
Valentines Printables For Preschool
Inside this free Valentine worksheets set, we’ve included the following pages:
- V is for Valentine handwriting practice page
- Valentine’s Day patterns worksheet
- H is for heart letter maze
It’s that special time of year when love is in the air and Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! Our worksheets will get your kids to discover the letter ‘V’ as they trace its shape over and over again. After all, V is for Valentines!
It not only teaches them proper hand-eye coordination and handwriting skills but gives them a hands-on activity to try to master.
Kids will also have a blast with our pattern worksheet! All they have to do is place the proper image on the sheet and they’ll be building pattern recognition in no time.
It’s a simple but effective way to engage the mind and learn about patterns in no time.
Letter recognition is a crucial part of early literacy development. This Valentine’s Day, give your young ones the opportunity to practice recognizing letters with our fun and educational letter h is for heart worksheet!
All in all, these worksheets are fun, educational, and no-prep!
Valentine Ideas For Kids
This Valentine’s Day, show your kids how much you love them by sharing quality time together. There are plenty of activities and crafts that the whole family can enjoy.
From creative activities to reading stories together, there is something for everyone. Get crafty and make homemade cards or gifts or explore some great Valentine’s Day-themed books together. We’ve got you covered with the right ideas!
Whatever you do, enjoy the special holiday with your family!
Valentine Books For Kids
This Valentine’s Day, reading books to your kids can be a great way to show them how much you care.
Reading fosters good communication and promotes critical thinking skills, as well as encourages curiosity, imagination, and cognitive development. It also helps build strong relationships between parent and child.
Plus, it’s an activity the whole family can enjoy together! Try out some of these fun books:
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
Doing crafts with your kids offers a variety of benefits that can make it an enjoyable and rewarding experience.
Crafts are an excellent way to foster creativity, boost children’s fine motor skills, as well as promote communication and collaboration!
Add in some of these fun ideas:
Panda Valentine Craft – This Valentine’s craft is perfect for kids to help them develop their fine motor skills, creativity, and socialization. With the fun, easy-to-read directions, even the most novice crafter can make this cute and adorable panda with materials you likely already have in your home. The craft will also give an opportunity for socialization when they share and show off their beautiful panda creations with friends or family members.
Minion Valentine Card Craft – Looking for a Valentine’s day craft that the minion lover in your life is sure to appreciate? Look no further! Our fun minion Valentine’s card is perfect for those who are especially fond of homemade cards. Kids will love joining together with their friends, family, or classmates to make these fantastic cards. And when they show off their finished piece, they’re sure to get lots of likes and compliments!
Unicorn Valentine Card Craft – Unicorns have been enchanting us with their sparkle and magic for centuries, so why not bring them into your Valentine’s Day celebrations this year? Our fun unicorn card is the perfect way for kids to show someone special just how much they truly mean. Not only is it super easy to create – making it ideal for even the littlest of crafters – but their recipient will love the personal touch of a handmade card.
Love Monster Craft – If your creative kiddos are hunting for some fun Valentine’s Day craft ideas, then our love monster kids craft is just what the doctor ordered! This one-of-a-kind project allows them to express their creativity and make something special this February 14th. They’ll also be proud knowing they made it all by themselves – plus having something handmade to give as a gift (or keep!) will surely bring an extra smile to their face!
Valentine Activities For Kids
Celebrate Valentine’s Day with a fun activity that your kids will love – these Valentine connect the dots! Not only is it engaging and entertaining, but it also helps young minds practice counting and fine motor skills. Once they’ve completed the activity, your kids will be proud of themselves and their accomplishments!
Looking for something fun and creative to do this Valentine’s Day? Look no further! Our Valentine coloring pages are perfect for kids of all ages – plus, coloring can be good for them too! By letting them engage their creative side, they can actually improve their focusing abilities while playing around with vibrant colors.
Valentine’s Day is right around the corner and what better way to get your little ones in the spirit of love than our Valentine Do A Dot printables! They’re loaded with 26 pages of learning and fun that can help kids practice letter and number recognition, beginning sounds, counting, visual discrimination, and more!