February is kind of a strange month when it comes to teaching and learning. The holidays are over and it seems to drag on and on. Well, don’t fret! I have a bunch of engaging and interactive Valentine’s resources for you to use throughout the entire month that are standards-based and academic! You and your students can have fun AND learn key academic concepts throughout the entire month. Make February one of your best months and not one that you dread and count down!
These engaging and interactive Valentine’s resources are a combination of PDFs, BOOM™ cards, and Google Slides™. They provide a variety of tools to engage any type of learner whether they are visual, auditory, or tactile! Make this month one of the best by incorporating all of them into your whole group instruction, your small groups, or your center rotations.
Scroll all the way to the bottom for a super fun and interactive Valentine FREEBIE which incorporates color recognition, color words, reading sentences, and graphing.
Valentine Literacy Bulletin Board
Use these adorable envelopes with colored hearts to help teach your students about color recognition, reading color words, and reading a complete sentence. This product is differentiated for you to assess students in 3 different ways. One is just to match colored hearts to colored hearts. One is to read the color word in that color and read the full sentence with the color word in that color. The final way is to read the color word in black ink and read the sentence with the color word in black ink. It’s a perfect tool for students to use during free choice and play. Let them be the teacher and have fun while learning! Introduce it to the whole group and then let them interact with it all month.
Valentine Math Bulletin Board
Use these pattern posters along with the 4 task letters for each pattern to help introduce and assess extending patterns! Post one pattern a day with the 4 ways to make that specific pattern under the poster. Introduce it to the whole group and then let them interact with it all month. It’s a perfect tool for students to use during free choice and play.
Fine Motor Activities- Valentine’s Day
Use this jam-packed fine motor activity product for the entire month of February. There are multiple activities to help increase your students’ hand strength and dexterity. It also is a good tool to learn how to read color words. This product is perfect for a fine motor center, a writing center, and early finishers.
Included in this product:
- large hearts with color words to color, paint, cut out…
- play-doh mats with the beginning letter and the full-color word
- tracing mats with the beginning letter and the full-color word
- lines to cut with pictures in color and in black & white
- lines to trace with pictures in color and in black & white
- base ten boxes with hearts to match numbers
- small hearts to match colors with popsicle sticks
EDITABLE Valentine Writing Center Activity
Use this adorable editable Valentine writing center in your classroom for the holiday! It’s a great way to differentiate writing for your students with pictures, tracing cards, writing cards, or blank spaces for them to write. Two pages are editable for you to place your students’ names on the tags. Just type and print each page to add all of your students. Included on the editable pages are the exact fonts used in the product. The fonts are FREE and adorable. Just install and use. You can find them on TpT if you type in the exact name in the search box. Use stickers to add an extra layer of fun for the Valentine!
Valentine Number Activities BOOM™ Cards
Use these super fun, interactive boom cards to help with counting using one-to-one correspondence up to 10 and using a number line. It’s a fun way to keep students engaged during whole group instruction, small groups, independent centers, or early finishers.
Valentine’s Day Literacy Activities GOOGLE Slides™
Use these fun, interactive Literacy Slides to help your students with UPPERCASE letter recognition, lowercase letter recognition, beginning sounds, and spelling CVC words. These are great for whole group instruction, independent workstations, or early finishers!
Valentine’s Day Number Activities GOOGLE Slides™
Use these fun, interactive Math Slides to help your students with number recognition, counting to 10 with a number line, counting one-to-one correspondence up to 10, and subitizing! These are great for whole group instruction, independent workstations, or early finishers!
Writing Center Activities- February
Use these 6 differentiated word writing books in your classroom to reach ALL your students and their ability levels! There are 6 books with 11 pages each and each book covers a different skill. These are perfect for the writing center. Awesome for vocabulary acquisition, fine motor skills, beginning sound practice, letter recognition, and writing words independently! Use these books for your administrative evaluation to cover differentiation easily! This pack is perfect for introducing your students to reading their color words! Use different colored Play-Doh to roll out each beginning letter.
Included in this product are the following books:
- rolling the first letter of the word in playdough
- tracing the first letter of the word
- tracing the whole word
- matching the letters and velcroing them inside the boxes
- writing the letters inside the boxes
- writing the whole word inside one big box
These 11 vocabulary words are featured in the books: red, orange, yellow, green, blue, purple, pink, gray, brown, black, and white.
FREE Valentine’s Day color activities
Use these adorable activities for Valentine’s Day to help reinforce color identification. Included in this product are the following:
- vocabulary cards with 11 colors
- color heart match for your non-verbal students
- differentiated heart matches (color match, color word match, match with colored objects)
- graphing game with colored hearts
- sentence to read after throwing the die for the game
- book in color to help assess one-to-one correspondence
All activities are in color and in black and white to save on ink and for your students to help color the activities!
Thanks for getting through this whole BLOG! I would love to hear from you about any of my products or about fun ways you engage your students in your own classrooms! If you like this blog post, be sure to check out my post on interactive bulletin boards! Also, click on this link to access my preschool checklist freebie. Join my email list to get freebies twice a month and more tips and tricks to use in your own classroom!