Print; laminate and trim. Students play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. I've included a cover if you want each child to make an Itty Bitty Valentine Color booklet.
Students match word cards to their contractions. (61-contractions are included) Children can also pick several cards and then write either the contraction or the words, depending on which cards they choose. For other activities, have students alphabetize the cards, sort them by color, sort them by vowels etc.
If you celebrate 100 Day in February, you may want to include some conversation candy hearts in your activities. I have all sorts of candy heart packets and made this one especially for 100 Day.
Doing a word search is a fun way to reinforce vocabulary words as well as spelling. This would be a fun game for your Valentine's Day party. Award a sticker to the first one done, or the one who has the most words found when the timer rings. Includes an answer key + links to more valentine word fun, including crossword puzzles.
How many words can you make using the letters in valentines? Challenge your students to find as many as they can before the timer rings.
Choose from 11 sets of cards to play Memory Match or "I Have; Who Has?" games. Children can match animals to animals, animals to their symbols, or animal cards to word cards. Includes background information about Chinese New Year, a list of what the animal traits are, along with the years that they were the special animal + a spinner game.
The packet includes a full-color Chinese flag, as well as a black and white one for students to color, plus historical background information, and a Venn diagram where students can compare the US flag with China's, as well as a Venn diagram comparing Canada's flag with the Chinese flag, + a blank one where you can choose another flag to compare to China's.
Besides the lantern craftivity, this packet includes super-interesting facts and history about Chinese lanterns and the famous Lantern Festival, with lots of fascinating links to short YouTube videos of lion dancing, stilt walking, dragon dancing, floating lanterns, and parades, that will take your students to China in the comfort of your classroom.
A quick game to plug into your Groundhog Day activities. Set a timer, or let students work on their list throughout the day. Students can work on this independently or on a team. Includes a list of 66 words that I found. Share the list with your students after they have completed theirs.