These Valentine’s Day Counting Cards and Puzzles are perfect learning fun for the upcoming day of love!
You’ll love these other Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids.
Hello February! Well, almost February, I heart you. It means we’re one month closer to spring. I’m done with this snow. Have I mentioned that I’m SO over the snow? Seriously. It can end any time now and the sun can start shining. I’m so ready for birds to be singing.
It’s no secret that we love to incorporate different holidays and seasons into our learning lesson plans and Valentine’s Day is a fun one to do that with! Who doesn’t love the day or love?
It’s full of red and pink and leaves a huge opportunity to introduce some fun printables into the learning activities of your little ones.
Sprinkling the counting cards and puzzles with hearts is a super fun way to bring in the holiday with learning. And in our home, the more bonding time and fun that we can have together, the better!
Don’t delay any longer! It’s time to grab these Valentine’s day counting cards and puzzles to bring some love into your learning.
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Valentine’s Day Counting Cards and Puzzles
Get out your cardstock so you can cut them up as cards or leave them as is and place a counter over your answers. My daughter loves to use pom poms.
Who says you can only use these on one day? Go ahead and nab them if you’re studying love in your preschool. It’s a great way idea to change themes in your regular schedule to keep things exciting.
Use pom poms, dot markers or clothespins for the counting cards. If you laminate them, you’ll be able to use them again and again.
The puzzles would also last longer if they’re laminated. My kids hate it when the ends of the puzzles curl up so it’s also easier for them to use. When you laminate them, this means that you just have to print once and you can use them over and over again!
Make it even more festive and use chocolates as your counters and have them place it over the correct answer. My kids would like to use raisins or Reese’s peanut butter pieces.
This is all part of making the learning process more fun and engaging. There aren’t any set rules that you have to follow so why not switch up a few of the things that you can! Just be ready…there’s a good chance that the chocolate are doing to disappear and be “lost” super fast!
Don’t want to put your own Valentine’s day kit together yourself? Grab one of these ready to go Valentine’s sensory kit that will delight your kids.
Recommended Valentine’s Day Books
Read your favorite Valentine’s day books to add more love to your day. Create your own Valentine’s day cards and add your own Valentine’s day treats to make them extra special.
Make the day extra special by adding in a bunch of these Valentine’s Day books. There are so many great titles out there all about the day of love! If you’re looking for a lot of fun with reading and learning, this is a simple and easy way to make it happen.
Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is CoolDay It Rained HeartsGroggle’s Monster ValentineLove Is: (Illustrated Story Book about Caring for Others, Book About Love for Parents and Children, Rhyming Picture Book)Love from The Very Hungry Caterpillar (The World of Eric Carle)Love Monster
My daughter loves pink and hearts so we could do Valentine’s all year long. Turn it into a love day. We don’t need just one day to show everyone we care.
Download the Valentine’s Day Counting Cards and Puzzles below
Don’t forget to get your printables below. And don’t forget that this is going to be a large file! This is 7 pages of learning fun for the kids that they’re really going to enjoy.
Once you click on the button, the file will automatically download to the download folder on your device.
More Valentine’s Day Worksheets
Don’t stop with the learning! Here are some other great Valentine’s Day learning worksheets that are perfect for the kids, too!
Valentine’s Day Pack by 3 Dinosaurs