Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids are always a ton of fun! The kids will love being able to do some themed learning to get them excited about the holiday.
Valentine’s day is coming up, are you doing anything special for your child? I like to change up our lessons and bring in holidays and themes to spice up our homeschool.
It gives us a break from our regular curriculum. You’ll love this list of Valentine’s day printables for kids, they’re sure to get your kids excited about Valentine’s day.
Make certain to sit down and join in on the learning fun. These are fun to do together as a family as well.
Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids
These Valentine printables could also be used to celebrate love and doesn’t have to be specific to Valentine’s day.
Although as you know, I’m a big fan of themed learning fun. We do mainly use these during the early winter months and during the Valentine’s Day holiday but you can easily use them as you see fit. (because there’s never a wrong time to work on learning printables!)
Take a look at these Valentine’s Day Printables for Kids
Need to practice upper and lowecase letters of the alphabet? Try these printable Valentine’s Day Letter Puzzles. Have your child match up the lower and uppercase letters in no time at all.
Recommended Valentine’s Day Books for Kids
Bring joy and love into your homeschool with these love themed books about Valentine’s day.
Sprinkle in a few of these great books during your learning activities as well. They’re not only super fun to read, but they’re a great break that the kids will need and love to do also.
These books are a great communication idea for the holidays as well. We always talk about our books after we read them as that helps us understand and think about different things too.
Pete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is CoolDay It Rained HeartsThe Night Before Valentine’s DayRoses Are Pink, Your Feet Really Stink (Gilbert the Opossum)Love MonsterLove from The Very Hungry Caterpillar (The World of Eric Carle)
Valentine’s Day Counting Printables
Practice counting to 10 with these ten frames, you can use pom poms, M&Ms or glass beads to count. You can also use them for addition and subtraction when you ask what is 2 more than 5 they can show you on their ten frame mat.
Get counting with these cool clip cards and also print out the puzzles too, if you laminate them, they will last longer.
Get into number sense with addition and subtraction with these cards as your child has to find the number that is one more AND one less than that found on the card.
Recommended Math Manipulatives
Math counters can help kids see them work out math problems when they start to run out of fingers. They’re also great for visualizing math problems, never teach math without them.
Learning Resources Mathlink Cubes, Educational Counting Toy, Early Math Skills, Set of 100 Cubeshand2mind Blue Plastic Base Ten Blocks, The Starter Kit for Elementary Math Manipulatives, (Ages 8-11), Master the fundamentals of Place Value & Regrouping (Set of 161)Didax Educational Resources Unifix Cubes Set (100 Pack)Learning Resources Baby Bear Counters, Color Recognition, Math Skills, 102 Pieces, Assorted Colors, Ages 3+
Valentine’s Day Math Worksheets
If you need help with addition, subtraction, patterning, skip counting and counting, this is for you!
A fun way to practice counting is to use connect the dot puzzles. Simple connect the dot pictures that won’t drive a child crazy.
Need help adding up to 20, use the number line here to help with the addition questions on the cards.
If you’ve moved on from addition and skip counting, these multiplication cards are the next step. You can make math fun!
More Valentine’s Day Printables
Keep up with the fun holiday themed learning with even more learning activities!