It’s the week of Valentine’s Day and you may be searching Pinterest for some last minute Valentine Activities. Today, I’m featuring a few for ages K-5th grades.
Dabbling Momma shares a really fun idea for reinforcing consonants vs. vowels with hearts. While she uses heart “jewels”, you could probably also use two different colored conversation hearts.
Graphing is MUCH more fun when you have candy. 🙂 I love how Royal Little Lambs adapted this activity for older children too, asking them to find the mode, median, range, and mean. Brilliant.
Just this past week, my 3rd grader and I did a little work with homophones. This free printable pack includes the heart homophones as well as a recording sheet where kids can draw and spell the homophones.
These Valentine Heart Glyphs from Inspiration Laboratories are a great way to get kids reading, creating artwork, and problem solving. While glyphs work better in a group setting, they could definitely also be done at home with multiple children.
These FREE Valentine’s Day emergent readers are perfect for younger elementary kids or older ones with special needs. I highly recommend all of The Measured Mom’s readers. They are fantastic!!
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Jennifer Lambert says
Thanks for the feature! xo
You’re very welcome!