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

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• 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.
• Hearts inside letters.
• Hearts inside hearts inside letters.
• Craft foam sheets and a few other materials make a cute heart-shaped card holder.
• "I like red."

• "I like red."
• Use empty cereal boxes to make cute animal shapes. These animal shapes are great for holding Valentine's cards.
• 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.
• A medium-skill-level craft activity that uses stiffened string to make a dimensional heart shape; students then decorate their hearts with beads (pictures included) to make wall hangings.
• Review vocabulary and comprehension for Lillian Hoban's story of friendship and valentines.
• Fluffy has an interesting valentine experience-- he takes a bath! Review vocabulary and comprehension for this installment in Kate McMullan's Fluffy series.
• Two trails of hearts on this Valentine's Day coloring page.
• Color, cut, and paste different sized hearts onto each other in order from largest to smallest. This is a fun Valentine project and good practice with understanding sizes.
• "Of coarse, people don’t just buy cards." Find the errors (punctuation, grammar, spelling, and capitalization) in the text. Common Core: ELA: Writing:W.6.5, W.7.5, W.8.5
• Put the Valentine-themed words from the word bank in alphabetical order.
• Follow the directions to make a tic-tac-toe board with hearts and roses.
• Follow the directions to make a memory game with nine Valentine-themed cards.
• Missing letter page, word search, cloze, story sequencing, and true/false questions to review Wendy Wax's story of a valentine delivery.
• Word unscramble, word search, crossword puzzle, multiple choice and true/false comprehension questions to review Natasha Wing's story of a classroom party.
• Cut out the pictures and put them in order next to the sentences. Then write a story that uses the sentences as the foundation. Good early reader work.
• Read the events, put them in order (explaining the reasoning for the order), then write them into a story with creative embellishments. This lesson is adaptable to a variety of levels.
• Coloring page showing cupid with a bow and arrow.
• Coloring page with "Be My Valentine" word art with two swans forming a heart with their necks.
• Coloring page with two Dutch children and a "Happy Valentine's Day" message.
• Print two copies of these six Valentine's pictures (ehart, cupid, rose, etc.) for a matching game of pictures, or match these pictures to the word cards.
• Print two copies of these six winter clothing words (heart, doves, rose, etc.) for a matching game of words, or match these words to the picture cards.
• Our preschool "Valentine-themed" materials - worksheets, flashcards, etc. - in one download.
• Put an X on the picture that doesn't belong in the group.
• Circle all the Valentine's Day-themed pictures on the page.
• Follow the directions and color the correct number of pictures.
• card, heart, card, heart ... What's next? Cut and paste the picture that follows the pattern.