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Valentine’s Day Language Arts Worksheets

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These Valentine’s Day Language Arts Worksheets are the perfect way to celebrate Valentine’s Day while working on language skills. Great for preschool and early-aged kids!

Use this free printable mini-pack to show that learning can be fun at all times of the year. It’s a simple and easy way to get the kids to want to start their daily learning!

Scroll to the bottom of the post to get your free printable worksheets!

Who says that printables have to be boring? We’ve created these fun and beautiful learning pages to make their faces smile.

Fun colors and pictures are scattered all over the pages, making them want to pick up their writing utensil and get started!

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

This printable Valentine learning packet has many pages to learn from. The kids will learn letter recognition, sight words, and more.

Each page focuses on new and unique learning skills that help to create a better flow and understanding of letters and words.

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What it includes:

With the click of the print button, this packet is ready to use! Included in the pages are:

  • Missing letters
  • Vowel letter learning
  • Consonant letter learning
  • Rhyming words
  • Sight words
  • And more!

        

 

Fun ways to use this printable:

Don’t forget that there are always ways to branch out and learn new things from the printables that I make.

Here are a few simple ideas that you can do to get started easily!

Write a fun and sweet Valentine’s Day story

This Valentine’s Day, gather the children for a heartwarming storytelling adventure! Encourage their young minds to craft a tale that intertwines the fun of friendship with the sweetness of affection.

Perhaps it’s a story about a shy bunny who musters the courage to write a heartfelt note to a fellow woodland friend or a giggling stream of little love notes passed around by fluttering classroom butterflies.

It could even be about a magical flower that blooms in the depths of winter, witnessing acts of kindness and love, and finally gifts its petals to the kindest soul on Valentine’s Day.

As the little ones weave their imaginations into their narratives, they’ll explore the vibrant themes of compassion, admiration, and the joyous expressions of what it means to care for one another — sprinkling a touch of innocence and pure delight onto the canvas of love celebrated on Valentine’s Day.

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Write out fun words about Valentine’s Day

Think of as many cute and fun words and then create a paragraph with them. This is the one I thought of:

Valentine’s Day is like a warm hug in the middle of winter! Imagine your world turning into a kaleidoscope of pink and red, with heart-shaped candies and chocolate treasures.

It’s a day sprinkled with magic, where you can craft handmade cards with glitter that sparkles like snowflakes in the sun.

You might even play Cupid – flapping pretend wings and sharing sweet messages with everyone. Valentine’s isn’t just for lovey-dovey stuff; it’s a day where we can say “You’re awesome!” to our friends and family with an extra giggle and a smile as sweet as the icing on a cupcake.

So let’s twirl in a friendship dance, share silly jokes that make our bellies jiggle like jelly, and spread a little love like confetti on this oh-so-jolly Valentine’s Day!

Bake some sweet Valentine’s treats with the kids

Valentine’s Day offers a delicious opportunity to bond with your children over the heartwarming activity of baking.

As you gather kitchen supplies and select ingredients, consider the innumerable options for sweet treats that can be fun and delightful. Imagine the aroma of freshly baked cookies or the cheerful giggles as chocolate smudges appear on little cheeks.

Rolling out the dough and using cookie cutters shaped like hearts can be an enjoyable way to teach the kids about love and generosity while decorating with sprinkles and icing, allowing for a creative and colorful expression of their affection.

Baking together on Valentine’s Day is not just about the delectable outcome, but also the sweet memories created with every stir, roll, and giggle.

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Valentine’s Day Language Arts Worksheets

Check out the ENTIRE packet of Valentine Language Arts printables in my shop. A freebie is at the bottom of the post, but it’s just a mini packet or pages.

See the full printable packet here!

More Printable Valentine’s Activities for Kids:

Valentine’s Day isn’t just for grown-ups; it’s a time for children to celebrate love and friendship. To add joy to this festive occasion, consider introducing your little ones to printable Valentine’s activities designed with kids in mind.

These fun and engaging exercises embrace the spirit of the holiday and encourage creativity and learning. From crafting heart-shaped mazes that challenge their problem-solving skills to color-by-number sheets that blend art with mathematics, the range of activities is bound to keep your children entertained.

They’ll enjoy connecting dots to reveal Valentine-themed pictures and writing heartfelt messages on custom-designed Valentine’s cards for friends and family.

By engaging in these printable Valentine’s activities, kids can develop a range of skills while celebrating the warmth of the holiday.

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