Valentine’s Day Activities for Kindergarten-2nd Grade
Love Valentine’s Day Freebies? Valentine’s Day is such a fun time to be with students in the classroom, but it can also be chaotic! I have collaborated with some amazing teachers to bring you some free Valentine’s Day activities for kindergarten, first grade, and second-grade students! We hope this will make your life (and teaching) easier this loved season!
Here Are Your Free Valentine’s Day Resources
This Valentine’s Day main idea passage is perfect for students to practice finding the main idea and supporting details in a short passage. It’s multiple choice and short answers to help students with both skills.
This set of grammar worksheets is fun for Valentine’s Day! It includes skills for identifying nouns, verbs, or adjectives, identifying proper nouns and capitalizing them, and identifying correct punctuation.
When Love Monster doesn’t fit in with the rest of the residents of Cutesville, he sets out on a journey to find someone who will love him just the way he is. After reading this story by Rachel Bright, your students can create their own Love Monster. This craft can stand alone, or be paired with one of the writing templates.
More Valentine’s Day Freebies
Need a Valentine writing craft this February? This engaging freebie is perfect for helping your students love writing time again. This editable resource includes 3 different writing formats for a Valentine’s prompt, as well as pages for you to decide on your own prompt. Great for a student-created bulletin board display, a no-prep writing activity for a sub day, or just to wrap up your week with an art-filled writing time!
These printables are a great no-prep writing activity that helps students practice writing words and enhances vocabulary. Students look at the picture and use the word bank to help them properly label the parts of each picture.
Practice letter names and sounds with this free Valentine’s Day Letter Match! Students will match the lowercase letters on the hearts to the uppercase letters on the gumball machines. Add these cards to a sensory bin or hide them around the room for an ABC scavenger hunt to increase engagement and learning!
Your students can practice long vowel sounds with this Valentine’s Day CVCe picture sort! Use this activity as a literacy center in a pocket chart, or as a small group lesson. The picture cards can also be laminated and used as dry erase cards.
Practice one less with the free math center! Your kiddos will pick a number card and record what is one less! Add your number cards to a sensory bin for a little twist to your math centers!
This Valentine’s Math No Prep Freebie is an easy way for SECOND GRADE students to review their math skills! This freebie includes four math sheets for students to review comparing numbers, place value, math facts, and telling time to the five minutes. This freebie is a great way to keep students engaged in their learning during the craziness of Valentine’s Day!
Enjoy 2 Valentine’s Day bump board games to practice mental addition and subtraction. Quick and easy, no prep activity to keep your students engaged and having fun in the month of February.
This is a fun Valentine’s Day Math activity! Students will fluently add and subtract within 5. Perfect for practice, review, or math centers!
Games & Tags
These gift bag tags are a fun way to say Happy Valentine’s Day to your students, children, volunteers, or co-workers. Fill some bags with goodies and treats, attach your tag, and they are ready!
If you are focusing on promoting kindness in the classroom this season, then this freebie is perfect for you! It is a fun bingo game for kids to fill out as they complete a kind task.
Do you need free, printable Valentine’s Day cards for your class? With these editable (with autofill!) Valentine’s Day cards, type in your name and your class list, and personalized valentines will automatically generate for each student in your class on the pages that follow!
This Valentine’s Day Bingo activity is a fun, interactive way to have students get up and move around, learn about each other’s Valentine’s Day experiences and favorites, and then play a few rounds of Bingo!
Want More Free Valentine’s Day Activities?
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