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Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14

Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14

These crafts projects are for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school children. The crafts use materials found around the house, like egg cartons, cardboard, paper, boxes, string, crayons, paint, glue, etc. See a page about color mixing to see how to combine paint to make all the colors of the r a i n b o w.

Click on any of the cards or crafts to go to the instructions. Have joy!

HEART IN Mitt VALENTINE CARDS

These Heart in Arm Valentine cards are very effortless to make – even youthful children can make them.

FINGERPAINT VALENTINE CARDS

Plain Valentine cards that even youthfull kids can make.

HEART PICTURE VALENTINE CARDS

Very nice cards made with heart cut-outs.

Fuckhole PUNCH HEART VALENTINE CARDS

This pretty heart card is lightly made from crimson or pink slot punch paper glued to a chunk of white or pink construction paper. It makes a good card or Valentine’s Day decoration.

Many incredible dinosaur Valentine’s cards to print.

Valentine Rose Coupon Card

This coupon Valentine rose card is very elementary to make – print, cut and write a coupon for your Valentine. The coupon can be for a big hug, a chore you will do (like washing the car or cleaning your room) or just a sweet message.

VALENTINE COUPON CARD

These coupon Valentine cards are very elementary to make – print, cut and write a coupon for your Valentine. The coupon can be for a big hug, a chore you will do (like washing the car or cleaning the family room) or just a loving message.

SPONGE HEART VALENTINE CARDS

These heart-stamped Valentine cards are made using a sponge stamp — very elementary to make, but permit some time to let the paint dry.

SHINY VALENTINE CARD

A simple-to-make a Valentine card that is simply beautiful.

POP-UP VALENTINE CARD

An amazing Valentine card to make for a very special person.

POP-UP FLOWER VASE VALENTINE CARD

A card that opens to expose a 3-D vase of flowers for your Valentine.

Tissue Paper Flower Card Craft
Make a beautiful flower card using tissue paper. This is a superb Mother’s Day, Spring, Get Well Soon, or Bday Card.

POP-UP HEART GARDEN VALENTINE CARD

A card that opens to expose a 3-D garden of hearts for your Valentine.

LOLLIPOP VALENTINE CARDS

Sweet Valentine cards made from construction paper and a store-bought lollipop.

BROWN PAPER VALENTINE’S CARD

A Valentine card made from a grocery bag and some ribbon.

CURVED-FLAP VALENTINE CARDS

Unusual Valentine cards you can print and decorate.

Hand-Made Envelope Craft

Make a special envelope out of bounty wrapping paper, old maps, pretty wallpaper scraps, catalogs, brochures, newspaper, or magazines. You can even make a lil’ envelope to match a bounty exactly.

All-Purpose Check-Off Card

Print a card that is good for many occasions, including Blessed Bday, Valentine’s Day, Mother’s Day, Father’s Day, Congratulations, Graduation, Get Well Soon, Pi Day, Easter, Christmas, Hanukkah, Ramadan, Anniversary, Fresh Year or Many Thanks. Just print the card, then check off the suitable occasion.

String of 3D Hearts

A string of 3D paper hearts that makes a fine Valentine’s Day decoration.

3D Heart Mobile

Make a mobile with draping 3D paper hearts.

VALENTINE HEART WREATH

Make a pretty Valentine wreath decoration from paper hearts and a paper plate.

CLEAR HEART CANDY Bounty

Create a clear Valentine heart candy holder for Valentine’s Day. This makes a nice Valentine’s bounty.

VALENTINE HEART ANIMALS

Make adorable animals from paper hearts – these make superb Valentine decorations.

VALENTINE HEART CROWN

Make a pretty crown from a paper plate and construction paper.

Tissue Paper Flowers

Beautiful flowers made from tissue paper.

Flowerpot Pen Holder

A flowerpot that holds a beautiful decorated pen.

A painted flowerpot that makes a good bounty – add a plant (or seed packet) if you like.

WOVEN HEART BASKET

A elementary heart-shaped basket to make from paper or felt. Good as a party favor.

Valentine’s Day Books to Print

Valentine’s Day
Lil’ Picture Dictionary

A brief, printable picture dictionary of Valentine’s Day words — for early readers. The student cuts out the pages, staples them together, then writes each word in the lil’ book. The words are: balloon, candy, card, envelope, flowers, bounty, heart, hug, rose, tulip, and write another Valentine’s Day word.

Valentine’s Day
Cut-and-Paste Picture Dictionary

A brief, printable picture dictionary for Valentine’s Day — for early readers. Color, cut and paste the pictures in the right places. Then write the words under the pictures. Cut out each page and staple them together (in the right order) to make a little book. The words include: balloon, candy, card, envelope, flowers, bounty, heart.

How Many Colorful Hearts?
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers

A brief, printable activity book about numbers and colors for early readers, with hearts to count, pictures to color, and phrases to copy.

My Heart, A Book About Feelings
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers

A brief, printable activity book about feelings for early readers, with pages to write and draw about feeling glad, sad, bimbo, angry, frightened, good, bad, and loved.

Valentine’s Day I Can
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers

A brief, printable activity book on Valentine’s Day for beginning readers. Activities include matching, color by number, pack in the missing letters, connect the dots, solve a labyrinth, and finish the heart picture.

On Valentine’s Day, People.
A Printable Activity Book for Early Readers

A brief, printable activity book about plain nouns and verbs for early readers, with pictures to color and brief sentences to read and copy.

Pour la Saint-Valentin
For Valentine’s Day

A brief, printable book about Valentine’s Day in French – for early readers. The book has heart-shaped pages for the student to cut out, read, and color, with French phrases to write. For example, “Nous envoyons des cartes.” (We send cards.)

Valentine’s Day Words Mini Book
A Printable Writing Book

A little, printable book about elementary words related to Valentine’s Day — for early readers and writers. The book has Two pages to print and makes 8 pages for the student to cut out, color, and write in. The words are: candy, gifts, card, heart, balloons, flowers, and “Can you think of another Valentine’s Day-related word?”

Drawing and Coloring Valentine’s Day Activities

Trace or Cut Out the Heart
Use a pencil to trace the heart or cut it out with a scissors. Or go to a pdf of the worksheet (subscribers only).

Draw Four Valentine’s Day Items
Draw four Valentine’s Day items. Below each item, write its name.

Valentine’s Day Card. Draw and Write Worksheet
Draw a picture of a Valentine’s Day card that you would like to send. Describe the card and tell who you would send it to.

Draw and Compare Valentine’s Day Gifts
Draw two Valentine’s Day gifts, write their names, and then reaction ordinary questions comparing them, for example, “Which one would you rather get?”

Hearts: Go after the Instructions
Draw and color hearts according to plain directions, such as, “Draw a crimson heart in the top center square.” Or go to the answers.

Symmetrical Heart Picture: Finish the Drawing Worksheet
Finish the drawing of the heart around the line of symmetry. Or go to the reaction page.

Raphael Coloring Page: Cherub
A coloring page based on a Raphael Sistine Chapel painting of a cherub.

Valentine’s Day Spelling Activities

Valentine’s Day Word Wheel
Make a Valentine’s Day word wheel using this 2-page print-out; it consists of a base page together with a wheel that spins around. When you spin the wheel, eight Valentine’s Day words are formed, one at a time: heart, rose, gifts, tulip, flowers, card, balloon, and candy. The student then writes down the word wheel words and other Valentine’s Day words.

Valentine Wordsearch Puzzle
Find the words in the wordsearch puzzle, then use the extra letters to find the secret Valentine message. Secret Message: “Have a sweet Valentine’s Day.” Or go to the answers.

Valentines Day:
Word Hunt Worksheet

How many words can you make using the letters from “Valentines Day”? Sample answers. style, dealt, stand. Go to worksheet with 30 blanks or a worksheet with 50 blanks.

Missing Letters in Valentine Words
Find the missing letters in Valentine words, and then color the picture of the word. The words are heart, card, balloon, rose, flowers, candy, bow and arrow, Cupid, chocolate, gifts.

Unscramble Valentine Words
Unscramble the Valentine words, and then color the pictures of the words. The words are heart, card, balloon, rose, flowers, candy, chocolate, Cupid, bow and arrow, gifts.

Valentines Day Spelling Word Questions
Use the list of Valentines Day spelling words to response plain questions. Words: heart, candy, flower, rose, love, bounty, card, bouquet, smooch, hug. Or go to the answers.

Match the Syllables: Valentine’s Day Words
Match two syllables to make Ten Valentine’s Day words. The words are cherub, flower, candy, present, Cupid, arrow, romance, smooches, friendship, roses. Or go to the answers.

Put Ten Valentines Day Words in Alphabetical Order – Worksheet
Put Ten Valentines Day words in alphabetical order. The words are: bouquet, candy, card, flowers, bounty, heart, hugs, smooches, love, rose. Go to the answers.

Circle the Correctly-Spelled Valentine’s Day Words
Circle the correct spelling of words for Valentine’s Day words, and then color the picture of the words. The words are rose, card, balloon, candy, flowers, bounty, bow, Cupid, chocolate, heart.

Picture Cloze for Valentine’s Day Words – Printable Worksheet
Pack in the missing words in the text given a picture prompt, using the Valentine’s Day word bank. The words are: balloon, bow, candy, card, cupid, flowers, friend, heart, present, rose. Go to the answers.

Valentine’s Day Word Ladder Puzzle Worksheet
On this printable worksheet, the student switches one word into another, one letter at a time. At each step along the way, switch only one letter to make a fresh word. At the end, you have the final, related Valentine’s Day word. In this puzzle, morph the word candy to heart. Or go to the answers.

List of Valentine’s Day Words
This is a word bank of Valentine’s Day words.

Miscellaneous Valentine’s Day Activities

“I Love You” in Many Languages

Learn how to say, “I love you” in many languages.

Circle the Symmetrical Valentine’s Day Pictures Worksheet
There are many Valentine’s Day pictures on this worksheet. Circle the pictures that are symmetrical. Or go to the answers.

Write a “Love” Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about love. Commence each line with a letter from the word “love.”

Valentine’s Day Acrostic Poem
Write a poem for Valentine’s Day. Embark each line with a letter from the word “Valentine.”

Write a “Friends “Acrostic Poem
Write a poem about friends. Commence each line with a letter from the word “friends.”

Valentine
For each letter of the word “valentine,” find words and phrases that are related to or remind you of Valentine’s Day. Think of as many as you can.

Match Valentine Words and Pictures
Match Ten Valentines Day words to their pictures. The words are balloon, heart, card, candy, flowers, rose, bow and arrow, gifts, Cupid, chocolate. Or go to the answers.

Write a Sentence for Each Valentines Day Word
Write a sentence for each Valentines Day word. Words: heart, candy, rose, flowers, balloon, love, card, bounty, hug, smooch.

Valentine’s Day Grammar Worksheet
Find synonyms, antonyms, homonyms, and compound words, then capitalize, punctuate, and correct the spelling of sentences. Or go to the answers.

Match the Valentine’s Day Synonyms
Match Valentine’s Day words that have the same meaning. Words: flower/blossom, love/adore, candies/sweets, hug/embrace, bounty/present, party/celebration, friend/pal, mail/post, get/receive, delicious/yummy. Or go to the answers.

Valentine’s Day Wordy Analogies
Printable Worksheet

Think about how the very first pair of Valentine’s Day words are related to each other. Then, look at the next word and find the word that is related to it in the same way. Mark the response. Example: love –> hate. sweet –> candy, bounty, sour. nice, Valentine. Or go to the answers.

Write Valentine’s Day Alliterations
Finish the ten Valentine’s Day alliterations, then write five alliterations related to Valentine’s Day. Sample answers: candy and cake, caring card, chocolate cherries, vivid Valentine, good bounty, strenuous heart, twin tulips, big balloons, fluffy flowers.

Match and Unscramble the Valentine’s Day Alliterations
Match the words to make Valentine’s Day alliterations, then unscramble the words to make more alliterations. Or go to sample answers.

Valentine Alphabet Code
Use the elementary alphabet code (A=1, B=Two, C=Three, etc.) to find the secret Valentine message. Answers: “On Valentine’s Day, candy is dandy.”

Valentine’s Day:
Add, then Decode the Secret Message

Solve the addition problems, then use the alphabet code to decode the secret message. Or go to the answers.

Valentine’s Day:
Subtract, then Decode the Riddle

Solve the subtraction problems, then use the alphabet code to decode the Valentine’s Day riddle, “What do you call a very petite valentine?” Response – A valentiny. Or go to the answers.

Hearts Venn Diagram Printout #1

On this printout, the student classifies hearts by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.

Hearts Venn Diagram Printout #Two

On this printout, the student classifies hearts by placing them in Venn diagrams. Or go to the answers.

Heart: Form Poem

Write a poem inwards the heart. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet .

Heart: Perimeter Poem

Write a poem around the perimeter (outer edges) of the heart. Or go to a pdf of the poem worksheet .

Valentine’s Day is celebrated on February 14. Traditionally, it is a day to tell someone that you love them. People often send each other cards on Valentine’s Day, sometimes anonymously.

These crafts projects are for preschool, kindergarten and elementary school children. The crafts use materials found around the house, like egg cartons, cardboard, paper, boxes, string, crayons, paint, glue, etc. See a page about color mixing to see how to combine paint to make all the colors of the r a i n b o w.

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