Looking for some easy Valentines Day Activities to do with your preschooler? I’ve got you covered!
In this post, I’m sharing a simple activity plan that you can print and use with your child this week.
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These Valentine’s Day themed activities are perfect for preschool and pre-k aged kids. Just print and add to your weekly plans for some hands-on leanring and play!
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Here are some picture peeks at the activities included in this weeks simple plans.
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LITERACY: TAPE HEART LETTER MATCH
Create a heart on the wall out of masking tape. Use a Sharpie to label it with letters. Tear small pieces of masking tape and add them to the wall around the heart. Write the same letters on these small pieces of tape. Have your child pick a piece of tape, identify the letter, and match it to the correct letter on the heart.
*No tape? Do this on the ground by creating a heart on regular paper and labeling it with letters. Cut small pieces of paper and label them with the same letters. Pick a piece of paper, identify the letter, and match it to the correct letter on the heart.
MATH: COUNT & COLOR SORT
Label pink, red, and purple foam hearts with numbers. Set out a tray of matching colored pompoms. Have your child identify each number then, count and match that number of pompoms to the heart.
SCIENCE: VALENTINE FIREWORKS
Fill a clear glass with water. Pour 2TBLS of oil into a small cup and mix in a few drops of red, pink, and purple liquid food dye. Pour the oil mixture into the water and wait. FIREWORKS!
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SENSORY: VALENTINE WATER BIN
Fill a plastic tub with water. Add a few drops of red food dye. Toss in fake flower petals, plastic heart gems, heart cookie cutters, and any other small water proof valentine items. Set out with cups, bowls, funnels, and whisks for playing.
ART: CRAYON RESIST HEART
Use a white crayon to draw a large heart or multiple smaller hearts on a sheet of paper (cardstock works better). Have your child paint over the paper with watercolors until completely cover. Watch your hearts appear!
OTHER: SCISSOR SKILLS
Let’s make HEARTS! Fold a sheet of paper in half. Draw half a heart along the fold line. Give your child scissors and have them cut along the line. Open the cut piece to reveal a heart. *Use the hearts to make homemade Valentine’s Day cards.
Check out this fun Valentine’s Day themed repeat and move song by The Kiboomers on YouTube!
Searching for even more Valentine themed fun for your littles?
I have a HUGE Pre-K Centers and Activities set that you’ll LOVE! This resource is filled math and literacy centers, hand-on ideas, and just print printable.
READ ALL ABOUT THIS VALENTINE’S DAY CENTERS AND ACTIVITIES PACK HERE!
I sure hope you have a fun filled week full of Valentine’s Day themed activities! Be sure to follow along over on instagram @engaging_littles and grab your free SIMPLE VALENTINE’S DAY ACTIVITIES PRINT OUT HERE!