Valentine’s Day is almost here, and E still can’t get enough of hearts, hearts, hearts!
If your kids feel the same way, I can help! Below, I’ve compiled 15 Valentine’s Printables for Preschoolers for you (and for E and me 😉 ).
Most of them just need to be printed and can be used right away, while some require a bit of cutting. There are games, Valentine’s cards, math and literacy activities, coloring pages – something for everyone!
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Coloring is still one of E’s favorite pastimes, so of course I made Valentine’s Coloring Pages for her.
Gift of Curiosity has a Valentine Printables Pack with 77 different activities! They’re suitable for ages 2-7 and many can be tailored to your child’s developmental level.
Do you need Valentine’s cards? These Printable Puzzle Valentine’s Cards are perfect if you don’t have a lot of time – just print, cut, glue, and give!
These Printable Valentine’s Mix and Match Puzzles by Itsy Bitsy Fun are perfect for use in busy bags. Kids can match pieces of the same images or mix them up and make fun and funky creatures.
I made this Valentine’s Hearts Bingo Game for a guest post for my friend Tanya at The Natural Homeschool. It includes four different bingo cards and two different call sheets.
This Reading Mama has a Valentine Pre-K/K Pack with lots of different things to do, including a lot of fun emergent reader activities. Great if your preschooler is already starting to work on kindergarten skills.
This is so cute! You have to play this Valentine’s Puppies Roll and Cover Game – you only need one or two dice and a few manipulatives.
Here’s a fun way of sneaking in counting practice: Valentine’s Day Connect the Dots Printables by Living Life and Learning
Another printable I made for a guest post: One More, One Less Hearts Clip Cards for Monique at Living Life and Learning. These clip cards require two clothespins per card to mark the number before and the number after the main number on the card.
Pre-K Pages also has a bingo game: Printable Valentine Bingo includes many cute Valentine’s themed images for great bingo fun.
If your preschooler is ready to start reading, my Hearts, Hearts, Hearts! Emergent Reader is a lot of fun. E is so excited every time she can show me how she reads a whole book on her own 🙂
Practice writing all of the letters of the alphabet with this Valentine Preschool Letter Worksheets Pack by Learning 2 Walk!
Another printable Valentine’s card: My Printable I Spy Valentine’s Card is perfect as a last minute Valentine. Just print it on a 5×7 card, put it in an envelope, and you’re done!
If you want to give more than a card, this Donut Hole Valentine’s Free Printable by Hands on As We Grow can be attached to a bag of donut holes for a quick and simple sweet Valentine.
3 Boys and a Dog has a ton of fun Find the Letter printables. Find the Letter: C is for Cupid is one of three with a Valentine’s theme.
Which Valentine’s printable above is your favorite? Leave a comment below!
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