"Blow A Kiss" is a quick, easy and fun "craftivity" your students can make on Valentine's Day. It's sure to become a keepsake.
For a creative writing prompt for Valentine's Day, have students choose a friend to make some "paper love" for. Children complete the prompt: Why do I like you? Let me count the ways... When they are finished, they color the picture.
Review a variety of math standards during February, with this 10-frames packet. If you enjoy using 10 frames, be sure and check out the rest of our themes. We have LOTS! I've included extra tiles to use as manipulatives for sorting, making groups/sets & patterning.
There are also number and math-symbol cards, to use for making equations + showing greater than and less than.
Here are 10 Valentine bookmarks that you can use as incentives. Challenge your students to try and collect all 10 bookmarks throughout valentine's week for finishing various tasks, or use them as prizes on party day.
Print; laminate and trim then use them in your pocket chart as a whole group activity. Choose a student, to use a dry erase marker to fix a card. They circle the letters that should be capitalized and add end punctuation.
Here's a list of 100 of my all-time favorite books about love, hugs, kisses and Valentine's Day. It's my favorite holiday, and one of my largest themed collections.
3 pages. Common Core State Standard: 1.MD.3
Review time to the hour with this Candy Heart Clock game. Students take turns spinning; whatever number they land on, is the heart that they color on their recording sheet. Students also write down that digital time, and then cover the heart with a candy one. The first one to complete their candy clock is the winner.
Packet includes 3 heart-shaped Venn diagrams: 1 for Valentine's Day, another plain to compare and contrast whatever, plus a Venn Friend diagram to use for Martin Luther King Day or a back-to-school activity.
Make writing a bit more fun with these 3D hearts, featuring three different writing prompts. Packet includes 15 writing prompts and heart pattern + sample photographs.
Now that students have experienced most of the major holidays, have them choose a Venn diagram that compares Valentine's Day with another holiday. There are 12 different Venn holiday diagrams in the packet, plus a blank one for them to fill in.