This is your one stop shop for all things Valentines Day for Kindergarten and First Grade! With so many fun days to celebrate in February, this bundle combines the best of the best into one easy download, so you can easily plan your math centers, ELA centers, writing, and crafts. Each activity included is hands-on, engaging, and packed with learning. You won’t need to purchase another Valentines Day activity if you grab this today!
❤️️Valentines Day Writing Activity
This resource includes the templates to make a poster-sized Valentine, along with printables and labels for creating a Valentine letter to the person your class chooses! This is a great way to teach the letter-writing process through a whole-group, shared-pen activity! Afterwards, students can compose Valentines letters using the included Valentine letter papers (3 options included: lined, unlined, and dotted-line).
❤️️Valentines Day Math CentersThe math centers are standards-based and focuses on one of the following skills: solving story problems, reading number words and writing the numeral, non-standard measurement, greater than and less than comparisons, base ten blocks, making ten for three digit addition, solving equations, graphing and data interpretation, and number bonds! You’ll get a lot of bang for your buck with this pack!
This pack includes 8 Valentine-themed math centers for the month of February, aligned with the First Grade Common Core Standards. However, it could also be used for advanced kindergarteners or remediation in second grade.
❤️️Valentines Day Simple Centers: Digraphs
Do you love incorporating literacy centers into your day, but hate the prep that they involve? Then, this set of simple digraph centers was made for YOU! This set of high-engagement, low-prep activities focuses on several phonics based skills, including: listening for sounds, identifying sounds, sorting sounds, spelling, and writing! And, the best part? All you have to do is print!
Use these Valentines Day themed activity worksheets to help your students work on beginning digraphs and ending digraphs. They’re designed for kindergarten and first grade students, but could certainly work with our second grade friends, too!
*Please be advised, the spelling component of this activity IS challenging, as many of the words involve multiple spelling patterns combined and would best be suited for 2nd grade and above! However, inventive spelling or writing the sounds they can hear works just as well, plus focusing on the phonological awareness component!
❤️️The Sweetheart Snatcher (a fun making predictions activity)
Are you looking for something FUN and EDUCATIONAL to use during the month of February that includes estimation, making predictions, writing, and a craft?! Well, let me introduce you to The Sweetheart Snatcher! This sneaky little thing will help herself to the Valentines Day Treats you leave out in your room, so you better beware! Do I have your interest now?!
Your students will LOVE making predictions about where The Sweetheart Snatcher took your Valentines Day conversation hearts, but if you follow the clues you’ll have no trouble finding them! This activity would be perfect to not just incorporate a little FUN into your February themes, but it also ties into several kindergarten, first grade, and second grade skills, including:
- Following directions
- Making predictions
- Making inferences
Your students are going to LOVE doing this Valentines Day activities in your classroom, and you’ll love that they’re having fun while learning!