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# February Printable Worksheets

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• Foldable card with a picture of a cup with heart balloons to color and the words "HAPPY VALENTINE'S DAY, DAD"
• [member-created with abctools] Unscramble the words from "heart" to "Valentine".
• Make as many words as you can from "Valentine's Day".
• Find the groundhog-theme words from "burrow" to "winter" in this rectangular word search.
• Use this 'Color and Write: Groundhog Day' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Color and Write: Groundhog Day'. Will the groundhog see his shadow? Large, realistic picture of a groundhog to color and narrow lines to write a story or report.
• "If I were the President, I would..." with an illustration of a waving flag at the top.
• Full page format for students to write a report on Abraham Lincoln. Includes targeted questions.
• Trace and cut out the unlined Lincoln-profile pattern for a great student shapebook.
• A brief biography with reading comprehension questions.

• Abraham, cabin, Civil War, Gettysburg, lawyer, etc. Rectangular puzzle.
• Use this Venn diagram to compare two presidents.
• Use this Venn diagram to compare George Washington to Abraham Lincoln.
• troops, Valley Forge, Mount Vernon, Delaware, colonies, etc.
• hearts theme
• Colorful heart shapes hold numbers from 1-31, as well as plus, minus, multiplication and equals signs. Great for making a February calendar or for playing math games. Six to a page. Includes additional, large heart to color or use for a calendar.
• This Valentine Ticket Sales Bar Graph is perfect to practice graphing skills. Your elementary grade students will love this Valentine Ticket Sales Bar Graph. Read the bar graph to determine who sold the most tickets to the Valentine Dance.
• Create your own flashcards with these blank heart outlines. Six to a page.
• Unlined paper with the title "February Birthdays" at the top and color illustrations of hearts in the surrounding border.
• 2 DOWN: Lincoln freed the ____
• A 10-page heart-shaped shapebook with Valentines theme words, from VALENTINE to FRIENDS.
• Color this heart with an arrow through it for Valentine's Day.
• Color this drawing of hearts.
• Foldable card with a picture of a cup with heart balloons and the words "HAPPY VALENTINES DAY"
• Color this picture of a heart with a banner that reads "Valentine"
• Write a poem or message inside the heart, or trace and cut out for a great shapebook.
• Border paper with illustrations of red hearts in the borders.
• Use this 'Writing Prompt: Valentine Picture (elem)' printable worksheet in the classroom or at home. Your students will love this 'Writing Prompt: Valentine Picture (elem)'. Look at the picture and write a story to go with it.
• Students read a typical Valentine's invitation and then answer questions to test their comprehension. A good life skills lesson.
• Rikki loves her pets, and she wants another one: a parrot. Will she get one? Find out with this realistic fiction reading comprehension, with short answer questions.
• "Our art class is having a contest." A short reading comprehension.
• A friend takes a Valentine to Shelby in this realistic fiction reading comprehension.
• Wide-lined paper with a blackline illustration of a groundhog in the top left corner.
• Primary-lined paper with a cute illustration of a groundhog at the top of the page along with the writing prompt, "If I were a groundhog I would...".
• Primary-lined paper with a cute illustration of a groundhog in the upper-left corner of the page.
• Color this fancy heart.
• Foldable card with a picture of a Valentine dove and the words "Flying by with a special valentine... just for you"