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Valentine's Day Theme Unit: Printable Worksheets, Games, and Activities

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• "I can count ten hearts!"
• It's Valentine's Day and Biscuit and the little girl have a lot of special deliveries to make. But when Biscuit smells a treat that silly puppy just can't seem to help himself. How will the little girl show Biscuit how much she loves him? Use this book unit with the story to increase students' comprehension and enhance vocabularies.
• Use empty cereal boxes to make cute animal shapes. These animal shapes are great for holding Valentine's cards.
• Craft foam sheets and a few other materials make a cute heart-shaped card holder.
• "I like red."

• "I like red."
• Make a book for someone special using wallpaper samples and a composition book. The example in this adaptable craft is "Mom's Recipes for Love" - a great Valentine's or Mother's Day gift.
• Hearts inside letters.
• Hearts inside hearts inside letters.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• A= 1, B =2, etc. Use the code to help name the picture.
• Hearts inside letters.
• Hearts inside hearts inside letters.
• A craft using polymer clay to make a wall hanging or mobile of pretty red hearts. Adult assistance required.
• Pattern and instructions for very simple paper heart craft; suggested for use with Making a Tree craft.
• A very simple craft with included pattern for making an easy heart painting; can teach children that wax crayons are water-resistant.
• A simple, versatile basis for future crafts; students assemble a three-dimensional tree from two silhouettes with slotted bases.
• A simple craft in which students tear paper to create a mosaic-like pattern on a paper heart.
• A more complex craft wherein students use fabric and iron-on fusible interfacing to create a charming wall hanging. This project also teaches very basic needlework. Adult assistance required.
• A craft that uses shrinkable plastic to create a decorative pin that also makes a great gift. Pattern included; adult assistance required.
• Book unit and vocabulary lesson corresponding with this charming story of a young frog on Valentine's Day.
• Jessica bought three boxes of valentines for her friends. Each box had twenty-four cards. How many valentines did Jessica have to give to her friends?
• Two mini-booklets for students to write Valentine's stories, Valentine rhymes, a word search, and math problems.
• How old are you? Draw that many chocolates inside the heart.
• Trace the Valentine-themed words from the word bank, then practice with word bank fun.
• Heart, chocolate, heart, chocolate... what comes next? Cut out and paste in the correct pictures.
• Write any type of poem in this heart shaped balloon! Have fun!
• Big heart shape with the words "Be My Valentine"
• "Roses are ___. Violets are __." Fill in the missing words with tradition or imagination; heart shaped frames make a nice bulletin board decoration.
• Set of four Valentine's cards to color.
• Write a poem in the heart-shaped balloon.
• Four Valentine's cards to color and cut out.
• Set of four valentine's cards to color.