Valentines Day Activities
No Prep Valentines Day activities for Kindergarten.
Print and Go Worksheets for Valentines Day Kindergarten
Here is another pack of FUN and MEANINGFUL activities. They are easy to use and really easy to prepare. Actually they need NO PREPARATION apart from printing.
Each of them is designed to provide as much practice as possible. There are a lot of pages for more than one skill.
Kids really ENJOY the activities in this pack and ask to do many of them more than once.
The pack includes:
Valentine’s Day No Prep Pack for Kindergarten
1 - 2. What time is it?
Telling the time to the hour – read and color. Read the sentences telling the time and what color the corresponding clock is. Color the heart clock.
3. It’s raining hearts.
Simple addition to 10. Cut the hearts and match them to the cloud they are raining from.
4. Count hearts and compare.
(up to 10) How many hearts of each design there are and compare the numbers.
5. Count hearts and compare
. (up to 20) How many hearts of each design there are and compare the numbers.
6. Yummy Addition
– spin twice and add the two numbers.
7. Greetings from Shape Land
– the mailbox is full of letters in different shapes. Can you count how many from each different shape there are? Write the number.
8. I can compare teen numbers.
– Kids compare two teen numbers, write the correct sign and then cut and paste the puzzle piece to check if they are right.
9. Number Bonds
– Complete the number bonds.
10. I can help the robots find a match
- Match the robots with the blocks to the ones with the numbers. Color the matching ones in the same color.
11. Teen Ten Frames
- Cut and paste the kid to match the ten frame.
12. Color the Love Robot by Sum.
13. Where’s my name
– find the number names. Color the two halves of the hearts – with number and name – in the same color.
14. A piece of my heart is missing!
- Cut and paste the missing pieces to collect the whole heart – number, tallies and ten frames. (Numbers 1-20)
15. Make a pattern
- Color the hearts in the pattern on the cupcake.
16. Make a pattern
- Color the ‘a’ and ‘b’ sections of the cupcake in two different colors. Spin several times to create your pattern. Then color the hearts using it!
17. Add your tallies
- Roll two dice. Write the numbers in the two boxes as addends. Tally them and then add them together and tally the result.
18. Cupcake Addition Bump
– Roll 2 dice and play bump. You can play it as a regular bump game using blocks or any other manipulatives or you may play it as roll and cover or roll and color. It’s up to you and your kids.
19. Cut and Paste the Missing Numbers
– Numbers 1-20 counting by 1s.
20. Love Monsters
- 1 more, 1 less - Look at the number in the heart the monster is holding. Write the number after if on the right and the number before it on the left.
21. More, Less or Equal
- Look at the ten frame - what number does it represent? Is it greater, less or equal to the number on the other bird? Write ‘<’, ‘>’ or ‘=’
22. Tally Arrows
- Look at the tallies. What number do they represent? Tally the numbers in the hearts.7
23. Let's play Tic-Tac-Toe –Numbers
- Play with a partner. Use 2 colors. Take turns to trace a number. The first one to make 3 in a row wins. Play the 4 games one by one or play on all the boards at the same time for more challenge.
24. Ways to make 10
– in a row of 10 color some hearts. Write how many you colored and how many are left white to make a number sentence.
25. Greatest Treat
- Write the numbers on the cupcakes - from the least to the greatest.
26. 2D and 3D Mail
- Can you help post some letters? Color the 3D mail red and the 2D - pink. Thank you!
27. Number Names?
- Trace the number words. Cut and paste the numbers in the correct spot.
28-29. Measure with hearts
- Cut and paste the heart ruler and measure the pictures.
30-31 I’d love to guess a word!
- Write the beginning letter of each of the small pictures. Read the word you get. Cut and paste the matching picture.
32-33. Parts of a letter
– I know where they go! – kids cut and paste in the correct spot, the heading, greeting, body, closing and signature part of a letter. The parts are all different in size so the task is auto-correcting.
34. Letter template
– it looks a lot like the pasts in the previous activity so kids can use what they’ve learnt to write their own letter.
35-37. Valentine Sentences
– Mixed up sentences with space to copy them after kids put them in the correct order. Cut and paste the words to make a sentence. Write it.
38. Valentine's Day Gallery – CVC Words
– Read and draw.
39. I love my senses
– simple writing activity in which kids finish sentences about their senses. “I love to smell….”, “I love to touch…” etc.
40. Write and draw
– Who I love
41. Write and draw
– What I love
42. How many syllables
- count and mark syllables in Valentine Words.
43. Valentine Letters (Beginning digraphs)
– ch, th - Cut and paste the correct stamp onto the letters to match the beginning sound. Fill in the missing letters.
44. Valentine Letters (Beginning digraphs)
– sh, wh - Cut and paste the correct stamp onto the letters to match the beginning sound. Fill in the missing letters.
45. What’s my middle sound? (CVC Words)
– Look at the picture, say the word and mark the heart with the correct vowel.
46. Blooming Rhymes
– (-at, -en) Cut and paste the petals to thyme the middle.
47. I can hear some sounds
(phonological awareness) – Say the words and color the sounds you can hear.
48. Post by Vowel
– Letters with pictures of CVC words. What vowel sound do you hear in the middle? Cut and paste in the correct mail box.
49. Something’s Missing
- Say the word, listen to the missing sounds. Cut and paste the letters. (CVC words)
50. Do I need a final ‘e’?
- Read the words. Are they real? If not add them ‘e’. Now read them again. Draw all the words.
51. Color by Sight Word
52-54. Yummy Sight Words
– graphing sight words.
55. I love to read!
– Read the sentences. Cut and paste the correct picture.
56. Spin and Make a CVC Word
- Spin once on each heart to make a word. Is it a real word or not? Write it in the correct box.
57. Color by First Sound
- Look at the picture. Say the word. What is the first sound? Color as the first sound.
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Take a look at more Valentine's Day Activities:
Writing Papers - Cute Stationary for your Valentine Writing Stations
Valentine's Day Sight Words