Who doesn’t want to bring more love into their school day? These Valentine’s day tracing worksheets are great for pre-writers who need to get those fine motor skills under control.
My daughter has a wonderful time trying to get her pencil from one side of the page to the other. She also enjoys using scissors so we’re doing a lot of cutting practice. We mostly use strips of construction paper for that.
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Valentine’s Day Tracing Worksheets
Using these Valentine’s Day Tracing Worksheets are a great way to help your early learners work on their hand-eye coordination skills as well as their fine motor skills, too. This also means that they’ll be able to build confidence on tracing and cutting skills as well.
And since they’re Valentine’s Day themed, they’ll have so much fun getting excited about the day, too!
These tracing sheets are the perfect way to get your little ones learning how to trace and working on their hand-eye coordination at the same time. You can print them out and just let them have a blast! What a fun way to give them some learning independence while gearing up for fun.
Looking for more? Your kids will love these fun tracing activities, too! They will have a great time while practicing their pencil grasp, hand-and-eye coordination, and concentration with these themed printables.
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
Discover love and joy through these fun Valentine’s day books. You can never have too many books in your house, so don’t stress! We find a balance between buying books and renting books and it works out great for us. I’ll keep some of our favorite books in the car for the kids to use them and read them for travels and sprinkle new books that we’ve bought or rented throughout the house for the kids to grab easily and read.
Make certain that you sit and read with the kids or have them read to you. There are so many things that are taught from the pages of a book that go hand in hand with their learning and their growth.
- Pete the Cat Valentine’s day is Cool
- Love from the Very Hungry Caterpillar
- Amelia Bedelia’s First Valentine
The great thing about books is that every page helps them learn. And when a book is written with a great story, the reading is just so simple and easy to do! Below are just a few other of our favorite books that the kids will love to read.
The list could be forever long because there are so many great choices!
Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! (If You Give…)Day It Rained HeartsThe Night Before Valentine’s DayLove MonsterLove from The Very Hungry Caterpillar (The World of Eric Carle)Love Is: (Illustrated Story Book about Caring for Others, Book About Love for Parents and Children, Rhyming Picture Book)
Follow the car or animals over to the other size and see how well your child can follow along the path.
Fine motor skills are important for writing, tying their shoes and so much more. As you can see, the directions of the lines will have the kids working on holding the pens and tracing them to and from. This is great for following directions and being able to move their hands in different ways.
Trace along the shapes and discuss what kind of shapes they are at the same time. How many sides are there? What is it called? Where else have you seen this shape?
This is an awesome activity to help them start to notice shapes in the vicinity of their daily lives and also understand that shapes can be found everywhere that they look. The lines lead to fun shapes and pictures and it just presents so many fun learning activities.
Practice cutting with these worksheets as well, teach your child how to properly hold a pair of scissors and follow along the path. Cutting practice will look like a ton of fun.
Encourage them to explore other fun ways to use these Valentine’s Day Tracing Worksheets as well. Have them think outside the box and be creative in the learning process.
Download the Valentine’s Tracing Worksheets below
This activity is as simple as downloading and then letting the kids have fun! They’re going to love that they have their very own worksheets that they can trace using markers, pens, crayons, or pencils. The more that they trace, the more that they’re going to want to do.
See what other Valentine’s Day printables I have for kids as well.
Be sure to visit these other bloggers and see what they’ve posted about love in this month’s blog hop. It’s always a good idea to have multiple activities ready for the kids, especially if it fits the learning theme that you’re doing at home. They’ll love having new activities to do and you’ll love that they’re learning along the way. When you add in a few of these fun activities below, you’re going to find the kids love them all!
1. Love Coupons from KiddyCharts
2. Valentine Fine Motor Sensory Bin from Adventures Of Adam
3. Love Bug Craft from Play & Learn Everyday
4. Love Tot Pack from Kori at Home
5. Books About Love from Learning by Design
6. Doodle Heart Painting from Flash Bugs Studio (pictured bottom right)
7. Painted Heart Garland for Preschoolers from Craft Create Calm
8. Fingerprint Heart Art from Teach Beside Me
9. DIY Friendship Love Bracelet from Living Ideas (pictured bottom left)
10. 6 Simple Date Ideas from Great Googa Moogas
11. Fingerprint Heart Keepsake from Messing Little Monsters
12. Book Review – 5 Love Languages from MissJaimeOT
13. Newspaper Heart Garland from Kitchen Counter Chronicles (pictured top right)
14. Sign Language Love Artwork from Pray Species
15. Geeky Valentine’s day Chocolates from Two Married Geeks
16. Sweet Hearts to Sew from Coloured Buttons
17. Valentines invitation to Play from My Bored Toddler
18. Valentine’s day Tracing Worksheets from Living Life and Learning (pictured top left image)
19. Free Valentine’s Day Printable Pack for Preschoolers from Best Toys 4 Toddlers
20. Sandy Hearts Sensory Play from Simple Fun for Kids