# Valentine’s Day Activity Pack

\$9.99

Looking for Valentine’s Day activities your students will beg to play over and over again?!

This print and play pack includes 20 motivating ways to teach alphabet letters, word families, sight words, number concept, graphing, estimating and so much more.

The Valentine’s Day activities are easy to differentiate, making them perfect for pre-K, kindergarten and first grade!

## Description

Inside you’ll find:

LITERACY ACTIVITIES

–> Alphabet Hearts. Such a motivating way to work on letter recognition and upper and lowercase pairing.

–> Letter Sound Clip Cards. Clip the letter that starts each word.

–> Rhyming Puzzles. Find the matching words.

–> Perfect Pairs. Sound out 16 pairs of CVC words.

–> EDITABLE Sight Word Dash. Race to give your friends their valentines as you read and write sight words along the way.

–> EDITABLE Heart Words. Write your word list in a Valentine’s tray!

–> 2 Little Reader Books. Practice pointing underneath each word, using picture clues and more.

–> 3 Story Starters. Get kids writing with fun story prompts.

MATH ACTIVITIES

The set also includes math activities teaching critical skills including counting, number writing, patterns, estimation, odds and evens and graphing.

–> 1-20 Ten Frame Dab. Read the number and then fill your ten frame with that many dots.

–> Spin to 20 Game. Race to reach 20 as you practice adding on.

–> Making 10 Challenge Cards and Review Sheet. How many more do you need to make 10?

–> Heart Patterns. Solve AB, ABB, ABCD, AABB, AAB and ABC patterns.

–> Shape Graphs. Pick up a valentine, name the shape and graph it. What shape reaches the top first?

–> Estimation Station. Practice making good guesses and comparing them to actual answers.

AND THAT’S JUST THE BEGINNING!

There are 20 Valentine’s Day activities in all.

### Malia

Malia is a National Board Certified elementary teacher turned founder of Playdough to Plato and The STEM Laboratory - sites sharing addictively fun learning activities for kids. She earned her Master’s in Education from Stanford University and spent seven years teaching in a classroom.

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