Not just a card, but also a game to play at home for preschoolers and kindergarteners! Perfect as a last-minute Valentine!
Coffee Filter Hearts: A classic toddler and preschool craft that looks great hanging in a window!
Practice counting up to 10 with numerals and up to 6 with dice with these cute printable self-correcting Valentine’s Cupcakes Counting Puzzles! Perfect for toddlers and preschoolers who are just learning to count.
Let your preschooler or kindergartener cut his or her own puzzles! These cute no-prep printable Valentine’s Cupid Cutting Practice Puzzles channel cutting practice into a useful activity!
Learn about the letter C with these cute printable C is for Cupid Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Perfect for toddlers, preschoolers and others learning their letters.
Memory doesn’t have to be about matching identical images! Try this Valentine’s Day Counting Memory Game for Preschoolers with 5 different types of cards to mix and match! Covers numbers 1-9.
Learn about the letter H with these cute printable H is for Heart Dot Marker Coloring Pages! Coloring, dotting, tracing, reading – whatever your toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergarteners are ready for!
Free no prep PDF Valentine’s Day Coloring Pages! Ten cute images to color and work on fine motor skills for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners.
These cute printable Valentine’s Cuties Counting Cards 1-12 are perfect for preschoolers who are learning to count. I use the first few numbers with my 2-year-old toddler, and he loves pointing out the images and putting manipulatives on each of them.
Valentine’s counting fun for preschoolers and kindergarteners with this Valentine’s Day Counting Games Pack! 5 different games with many variations: Dominoes, I Spy, Line-Up Puzzles, 2-Piece Puzzles, and Grid Games with an optional custom die. All in color and black & white and with two different styles for number 1.
Practice 1:1 correspondence, visual discrimination, visual scanning, and counting up to 10 with this super cute printable Valentine Pals I Spy Game! Great little math activity for preschoolers and kindergarteners who are learning to count.
My kids are always very enthusiastic about playing games – no matter how many times they’ve played the same or a similar game before. If the details are too advanced for 3-year-old N to figure out, E is happy to help him. I love it! They saw today’s Valentine’s Friends Roll, Add, and Cover Game…