1-2-3 Come Do Some Valentine Party Day Activities With Me
Do your kiddos rip into their valentines and are done with that activity in about 5 minutes, when you were hoping to stretch that out a bit for more sanity-time on party day?
With that in mind, I designed some "Print & Go" easy-peasy valentine worksheets, that students complete using their valentine cards.
There are 4 worksheets to choose from (plus one also has a boy & girl option).
Pick what fits your needs, or do all 4 and simply print back-to-back for a 2-pager.
Your students will enjoy pouring over their valentine cards to complete the quick, easy & fun worksheets, which practice a variety of math & literacy skills, and you'll have some time to yourself to relax a bit before the next activity.
I've included colors, 2D shapes, counting, sorting, sight words, tally marks, greater & less than, graphing, plus a Venn diagram for comparison-contrast writing, and a place to glue their favorite valentine, then tell who it's from & explain why it's their favorite.
Today's FREEBIE is a paper chain craft. It's super simple to make the links look like hearts, and the perfect, "little something different" for pary day.
Younger kiddos can count links and show an AB-AB or ABC-ABC pattern, while older students can write spelling or sight words on the strips, or math equations from the board, then solve the equations on their links.
You can also use the hearts for other things, such as a bouquet for mom.
I've included an owl pencil topper in the packet as well. Just a little something you can whip together and leave on top of your kiddos' desk as an inexpensive party-day surprise. You can get a pack of 20, valentine pencils at The Dollar Store.
Well that's it for today. Thanks for stopping by. Today was short & sweet as I just got out of the hospital.
Sigh... some of my friends are zipping off to Florida or taking a cruise; me, I land in the hospital for a 2-day "staycation" because of breathing problems.
Feeling tons better and raring to design some more stuff!
Nothing like a little set-back to really make you appreciate life. Wishing you a healthy, rest of winter and beyond.
"They invented hugs to let people know you love them without saying anything." -Bill Keane