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• This five page unit, stressing vocabulary and comprehension skills, works well with or without the biography by Lola M. Schaefer.
• [member-created with abctools] Trace and cut out. This shapebook of Lincoln's profile has review questions for students to answer about the 16th president.
• The lowercase letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with small hearts. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more.
• presidents and hearts theme or just presidents theme. The presidents calendar header has matching alphabet letter patterns for great bulletin board decorations.
• Draw an arrow from the heart with the problem to the heart with the correct answer.
• Draw an arrow from the heart with the problem to the heart with the correct answer.
• Count the candy hearts. How many pink candy hearts? white candy hearts? Altogether? *candy hearts not included! Common Core: Math (Count to tell the number of objects) K.CC5
• Place each candy heart in the column with the same color name. Which color had the most? Which color had the fewest? *candy hearts not included!
• Color this heart with stars and stripes.
• Mixed multiplication practice to eight.
• Mixed multiplication practice to nine.
• Set of four Valentine's cards to color.
• Heart, chocolate, heart, chocolate... what comes next? Cut out and paste in the correct pictures.
• 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?
• Fun presidential-patterned late homework notices, assignment notices, and grading sheet.
• Enhances Christopher Paul Curtis's historical novel (winner of the Newbery Prize) with event sequencing and a cloze comprehension exercise.
• Where did this month get its name? What is it called in other countries? Does it have special flowers or stones associated with it? Learn the answers to these questions, plus room for writing about your feelings about the month.
• "I like red."

• Writing prompts for holidays and other special occasions in February. UNLINED.
• The letters of the alphabet, presented in black outline, filled with the colorful heads of Lincoln and Washington. Four letters to a page. Great for bulletin boards, desk decorations, and more. These match our February presidents calendar header.
• Review vocabulary and comprehension for Lillian Hoban's story of friendship and valentines.
• 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.
• "Let's build a snowman!" A cut-and-paste activity with emphasis on following directions. One of six winter-themed literacy centers on our member site.
• "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