Are you looking for Valentine’s Day printables to use in your homeschool or to send to school with your kids? Don’t worry—we’ve got you covered. Sophie Agbonkhese has rounded up 14 of the best Valentine’s Day cards, printable activities, and Valentine’s-themed worksheets. So you can easily incorporate this fun holiday into your homeschool routine. Check them out, grab your favorite Valentine printables for your kids, and have fun creating together.
PRINTABLE HEARTS FOR YOUR KIDS
Here at The Joyful Life, we have the perfect printable for you this Valentine’s Day. It may even spark a new family tradition! These cute and customizable printable hearts provide an adorable space for you to tell your kids all the reasons you love them. From February 1st until February 14th, write a specific attribute you love about your child every day. Then, place the note on your kids’ bedroom door for them to discover. You can simply tape them on or create large envelopes out of felt to hang on the door. You could even have the kids make their own mailboxes out of shoeboxes. Even better, accompany the note with a little chocolate or treat! Your kids will feel extra loved. And they may even spread the love by making their own notes to pass on to other family members or friends!
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Even if you homeschool, your kids will probably be exchanging valentines with their friends. You could always choose to make your own or go with a store-bought option. But using a printable valentine might be the easiest and cutest alternative around. As long as you have some cardstock and a color printer, you can quickly print out some darling printable cards at home.
These cute puppy valentine cards from XOXO Bella come in two different color options. They just might be too adorable to resist!
Are you searching for fun ideas the whole family can participate in? Valentine’s Day bingo might be a great option. Just print and trim the pretty bingo cards, grab a favorite treat, and start playing. This would also make a fun activity for a small party if you want to invite another family or two over to celebrate together.
VALENTINE’S SCIENCE ACTIVITIES
This project puts a fun educational spin on Valentine’s Day. Kids will learn engineering and physics principles when they create a homemade card that pops into action as soon as it’s opened.
Not only will kids get to practice showing love to others, they’ll also be working on their critical thinking and problem solving skills. What’s not to love about that?
HEART-THEMED MATH WORKSHEETS
Want to sprinkle a bit of love into your math exercises this week? Check out these heart-themed math worksheets from Mom Wife Busy Life. Whether you’re working on patterns, counting, or number tracing, these activities are sure to capture your little one’s attention.
This printable is unfortunately not free, but at $2.99, I think it’s worth the cost. This is one of the coolest homeschool printables I’ve seen. It’s available in a number of seasonal themes, including Valentine’s Day.
Designed for children as young as 5, this set of five colorful worksheets introduces kids to the core concepts of coding such as algorithms, sequencing, loops, decomposition, and branching. It also helps them develop interdisciplinary skills like logic, problem-solving, and number sense. As far as kindergarten math worksheets go, this one takes the (red velvet) cake.
Older kids might enjoy this more detailed craft. As a unique way of delivering a Valentine’s message, why not have them design their own carrier pigeon with a tiny envelope to hold their sweet messages? This project is a little more intricate and will require a greater skill level. But the cuteness factor makes it totally worthwhile.
VALENTINE COLORING PAGES
A lot of homeschool moms I know aren’t really that into Valentine’s Day. It can start to feel like a made-up holiday that candy companies promote to encourage us to spend more money. And to some extent it is, but that doesn’t mean it has to stay that way.
Why not use this heart-filled holiday to color some science valentines and turn it into a lesson on the heart. This anatomically correct heart template from Kelly’s Classroom can be colored and given to a parent, sibling, or friend. Bonus points if they label it!
Who can resist an adorable coloring sheet with a good holiday-themed pun? Not me! For a super simple and sweet printable Valentine’s day card that your kids can color in, head over to Finding Zest and grab this lovely owl printable.
VALENTINE WORD SEARCH PUZZLE
Homeschool moms know there’s nothing quite so satisfying as achieving multiple outcomes with a single activity. With a Valentine’s Word Search puzzle, you can give a nod to love day while still checking off language arts goals.
Maple Planners offers several styles of Valentine’s-themed printable word searches. Print out one or more of your favorites. Then curl up on the couch with some pencils and hot cocoa for a lovely winter afternoon activity.
VALENTINE’S DAY PRESCHOOL ACTIVITIES
Are you looking for free printables you can use with your pre-k or kindergarten kids? This alphabet dot printable from Two Pink Peonies is a great way to practice fine motor skills and letter recognition. It’s a low-mess, low-prep activity. And you can incorporate the love theme into your language arts lesson for the day.
Here’s an especially creative idea for using Valentine’s Day to teach your little ones about the true meaning of love. This free printable matching game from Mommy Snippets pairs up cute animals with lessons on love from 1 Corinthians 13.
A VALENTINE’S DAY HISTORY LESSON
To increase the educational value of Valentine’s day, you could include a brief history lesson on the background story of the saint after whom the holiday is named. This study goes along with a particular book from the “Five in a Row” series. If you decide to use it, you’ll want to secure a copy of the book in advance.
This lesson from Chronicles of Momia comes with a free printable activity featuring pictures from the story, which kids will be asked to put in order. There’s also a handwriting sheet kids can use to practice their letters.
PRINTABLE VALENTINE’S DAY ACTIVITY SET
Are you looking to make incorporate love-themed activities into your whole day? This set of free Valentine printables from Team Cartwright has a little bit of everything:
- Valentine’s Day Counting Dots
- Color By Number
- Scavenger Hunt
- Activity Mat
- Number Matching
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