With Valentine’s Day around the corner are you looking for a fun variety of activities for your preschooler?
Holiday’s are a great opportunity to bring new and exciting activities into your home preschool and busy moms need ideas on how to keep those little minds and hands engaged.
I’ve scoured Pinterest for the BEST Valentine’s Day learning activities for preschoolers and as a BONUS I’ve created a book list and lesson plan to go along with these 10 Valentine’s Day activities!
Practice reading with this free Valentine emergent reader, which features repetitive words for your beginning readers.
Practice math with this free 10 frame printable! It encourages preschoolers to begin basic counting skills, and can be expanded to begin addition and subtraction.
Create a bright pink heart tree with your little one’s fingerprints!
Get in the kitchen with these simple Rice Krispie treats, that are dipped in chocolate. Make them heart shaped for a lovable Valentine’s Day twist! They can be made in bulk for a classroom, or just as a special treat.
Make Valentine’s Day themed baking soda and vinegar eruptions. This can work as a mini play station or sensory bin!
Learn about St. Valentine and create this fun paper bag hand puppet.
Get out a hole punch for this low-prep activity! This activity offers fine motor skills, and is low-mess, so it’s easy to prepare for and clean up!
Create this fun handprint love bug, perfect for Valentine’s Day! All you need is a few simple items, making this great for classrooms or with multiple kids.
Enjoy this free Valentine’s Day learning pack, which has 35 pages. It is filled with literacy activities, math activities, fine motor activities, visual discrimination, puzzles, and scissor skills.
Enjoy this pink sensory bin, filled with dyed rice and and small objects. You’ll need some parental supervision to make sure nothing accidentally gets swallowed!
Download a FREE Book List and Activity Lesson Plan to help you Plan, Prep & Play your way through Valentine’s Day!
FREE Preschool Lesson Plan & Book List
I know how overwhelming it can be to find learning activities that are both fun, yet also engage little learner’s minds and keep hands busy. That is why I have created this FREE printable book list and lesson plan as a way to help busy moms PLAN, PREP, AND PLAY their way through Preschool!