I was running out of time in trying to find some educational Kindergarten Valentine’s Day activities that Big Red could do. I turned to an old standby website that I have used many times before, Making Learning Fun!
I looked up some Valentine’s Day printables for letter recognition, Math, and Literacy activities. I found exactly what I was looking for. A simple V shaped worksheet for dot-to-dot markers works great with dot stickers instead!
A quick and simple activity is to grab a dry erase board and marker. Then ask your child to write an H or V or draw a heart. Big Red was able to do all of those without seeing them. I told him how he could turn his V into a heart and he did!
I had magnetic pom-poms from another activity and set it out with one of the free printables from Making Learning Fun placed on top of a magnetic board. Another fun fine motor activity. The wooden pattern block sheet was from Confessions of a Homeschooler. I printed and laminated the entire alphabet a few years ago. Both Big Red and Lil’ Red love them!
For more Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Activities:
Scratch Art cards by Castle View Academy
Q-tip hearts from Our Whimsical Days
Cardboard Hearts Hand Eye Coordination from Sugar Aunts
Love Heart Number Bonds to Ten by Adventures of Adam
Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Activities from Something 2 Offer
Valentine’s Day Initial Sound Matching Activity by Play & Learn Everyday
Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Reading List and Story Extension by Crafty Mama in ME
Kindergarten Perfect Valentines Experiment by Thriving STEM
Heart Shaped Fairy Bread by Kidz Activities
Printable Valentine Coloring Book Pictures from Sight and Sound Reading
Gross Motor TBD by Tiny Tots Adventures
Frozen Hearts by Squiggles and Bubbles
Adventures of Adam says
I love the idea of using stickers on a dot-to-dot printable – less messy than markers and still develops fine motor skills.