Preschool Valentines Day Activities


Preschool Valentines Activities


Valentines Day is next week.  There will be more candy, roses, teddy bears, lingerie, and cards received than you can count. Valentines Day has become big business.  Don’t get me wrong, I love receiving roses, teddy bears and all the other gifts received on February 14.  However, a quiet day/evening at home with a glass of wine is the perfect gift for me.

Whatever your plans, lets not forget the kids.  Because Valentines Day isn’t just for adults.  So, spread your love around.  We suggest that you plan a party, play games, watch movies and just have fun with them too.  These activities are perfect for homeschooling moms or moms who want to give kids additional homework or just occupy their kids.

I developed these Preschool Valentines Activities sheets for your little one.  They’re bright, fun and educational.  My little Muffin is in Kindergarten, so these activities are perfect for her.  We’ve come a long way from her 2 lb. 10 oz. entrance into the world.  She’s become a sassy, computer savvy diva, who has mastered the Kindle, her Samsung tablet, the iPad and any other game on the market.

Amazingly, she understands loading, buffering, loss of internet connection, Bing, Youtube and the list goes on.  She is truly amazing.

Finally, I’m sure your preschooler or Kindergartener would love these activities.  We have a coloring page, match, spot the difference and a draw a line activities.  Download the activities here




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  1. How fun! What a great way to spend Valentine’s Day! Thank you for the printable. My baby girl starts kindergarten in the fall – this is a great “homework” sheet for her to work on. Thank you for sharing with the Small Victories Sunday Linkup!

    • Rhonda Gales says:

      Hi Michelle.  Nice connecting with you. It’s imperative that we do our part at home to ensure our children learn good study habits and are eager to obtain a good education. I hope you will stop by and check out my upcoming posts on Preschool activities.

  2. My idea of a perfect Valentine’s Day celebration is exactly like the one you described – an evening of games, movies and fun with the grandkids! Your learning game is a great addition (get it? :)) to educational learning fun for our little math geniuses!

    • Rhonda Gales says:

      I love your humor J. I try to make learning fun and creative, so I can keep my granddaughter’s attention. Otherwise, she’s out!