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Looking for Valentine themed preschool printables? These engaging Valentine worksheets are great for your Valentine lesson plans.
These free preschool printables can be used in a variety of ways to practice counting and letter formation while improving fine motor skills.
Kids will love the adorable Valentine’s Day themed graphics on these pages.
These Valentine activities for preschoolers include ten pages of holiday-themed activities geared toward kids ages 3-6.
These worksheets allow early childhood students to explore numbers, letters, and fine motor skills.
Add these holiday-themed worksheets to your Valentine’s Day activities for preschoolers.
Completing these free Valentine’s Day worksheets is a great way to practice important skills with your preschoolers.
In this pack, you’ll find the following activities:
• Trace it: Children will trace a path from the top of the page to the bottom and from left to right. Tracing provides fine motor muscle training for little ones.
• Count it: Children will identify the number at the beginning of each row. Then, they’ll color the same number of pictures. This is a great way to work on number recognition and counting to five.
• Color it: There are two coloring pages in this pack. Coloring allows kids to express their creativity. Children can color the picture of the girl or the boy.
• Match it: Students will draw a line to match identical pictures. Finding matching images helps kids strengthen their visual discrimination skills. Drawing the line between the matching images strengthens hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
• Write it: Kids will identify the image at the beginning of each row. Then, they’ll trace the name of each item. This activity provides a chance to practice letter recognition and letter formation.
• Count and write: Kids will count objects in a set and then write the number on a line. This activity helps little ones practice counting and writing numbers through 10.
• Color it: Students will read the color word and color the Valentine accordingly.
How to Use the Printables
To get started, just print the pages on regular printer paper. You can laminate the tracing pages and mazes to make them reusable, if you’d like.
No laminator? No problem. Just slip them in a clear plastic sleeve or page protector.
Once you’ve laminated the pages, children can use dry erase markers to complete the activities.
Books for Valentine’s Day
Fill your book basket with a great collection of books about Valentine’s Day. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
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Splat the Cat: Funny Valentine– It’s Valentine’s Day, and Splat and his friends want to give Mrs. Wimpydimple something special.
Happy Valentine’s Day, Charlie Brown! – It’s Valentine’s Day and Charlie Brown is trying to find the courage to give the Little Red-Haired Girl a valentine!
Snowy Valentine– Step out into a snowy Valentine’s Day with Jasper the bunny as he searches the forest valley for a special gift for his loved one.
Valentine’s Day coloring cards are perfect for class parties and playdates! It’s like a gift and an activity all in one.
What kid doesn’t love Bingo? This adorable Valentine’s Day bingo set is perfect for the school classroom or a large family gathering or party — with 30 unique game boards.
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