Valentine Crafts & Activities
Cut out the body, arms, and legs. Attach them together with brass paper fasteners. Color it in. It's a simple and fun Valentine's Day craft.
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Students cut and glue the pictures to make a Valentine's Day bingo board. Use candy hearts as markers for a fun February class game.
Print out the heart-shaped game board. Then color pairs of adjacent numbers that add up to 14. The player with the most colored shapes wins.
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Cut out the letters in the word VALENTINE and rearrange them to make new words. This activity includes primary-ruled lines for young students.
1st and 2nd Grades
Cut out the letters in the word VALENTINE and rearrange them to make 3, 4, and 5-letter words. This activity includes a scoring system and is designed for intermediate-level students.
3rd through 5th Grades
Crafty kids will enjoy making an adorable Valentine bear. Simply color, cut, and attach the head, body, and paws to a paper bag.
Kindergarten to 4th Grade
Make a cute Valentine's Day crown with hearts on it. Kids can color it in, assemble it with tape, and wear it around the school.
Pre-K through 2nd Grade
There are twenty Valentine words to unscramble in this printable worksheet. How many will your kids figure out?
Can you find all of the Valentine's Day words hidden within the random letters of this word find puzzle?
Use the symbol key at the top decode the puzzle to reveal the secret Valentine cryptogram message.
Read each sentence carefully and look for errors. Correct the mistakes in spelling, punctuation, grammar, and capitalization.
Cut out the set of 25 word cards. Students rearrange the cards on their desks to make as many complete sentences as possible. They write each sentence on the primary-ruled paper. Word cards include a combination of Valentine's Day words and basic sight words.
Kindergarten to 2nd Grade
Cut out five word boxes. Rearrange the words and glue them onto the paper to make a complete sentence. The sentence reads, "Will you be my Valentine?"
Kindergarten and 1st Grade
Emma has made valentines for her class. But on the way to school, she loses the one for her best friend. What will she do?
(Approx. Grade Levels: 2-4)
2nd through 4th Grades
When Amerie's teacher tells the class how a nineteen-year-old girl began the tradition of giving Valentine's cards, Amerie is determined to start a new tradition in her school.
3rd and 4th Grades
Color and cut out these 4 miniature Valentine;s Day cards on a single page. These are the prefect size for classroom Valentine exchanges.
This full-page card says, "You're Dino-Mite!" Students can color the card and write a special message inside for a friend or family member.
This full-page card reads, "You're My Superhero!" Students color the card and write a nice message inside for a family member or friend.
This full-page card reads, "Will you BEE my Valentine?" Color the card and write a personal message inside.
This full-page card has a picture of a snake and says, "You're the bessssst." Color the card and write a personal message inside.
Place stickers on the Valentine hearts to keep track of students' reading assignments or completed homework.