Grab these preschool Valentine’s Day worksheets for kids with I-Spy, Number Recognition, Letter Recognition, and Preschool Math!
Love is in the air! To celebrate, here are some free Preschool Valentine’s Day worksheets for kids! These worksheets include a few different exercises for kids of different learning levels.
If you’d like to download each activity separately, I’ve listed the individual pages below! You can also grab all of the worksheets by clicking the link at the bottom of the page.
All of these pages would work great with dry erase pocket folders that would allow you to reuse the sheets again and again.
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Free Valentine’s Day Worksheets for Kids – Valentine’s Day I-Spy
Charlotte (6yrs) and Thea (2yrs) love I-Spy books! I made this Valentine’s Day I-Spy for them to enjoy and added a twist to help Thea with her counting skills.
The point of the page is to count the same Christmas objects above the black line and then write how many they find next to the same item under the black line.
Valentine’s Day Worksheets – Candy Heart Number Recognition
We love using bingo marker (daubers) in our house. This is a great worksheet to use for working on number recognition from 1-20.
Stick this sheet in a reusable sleeve and use some dry erase markers and you can reuse it over and over again. You can also use stickers to cover up the numbers as you work through the worksheet.
Valentine’s Day Worksheets – Candy Heart Letter Recognition
Just like the number recognition worksheet, the Candy Heart Letter Recognition page is great in a reusable sleeve and can be played again and again to practice letter recognition.
Valentine’s Day Worksheets – Less Than, Greater Than Hearts!
This worksheet is designed to introduce the concept of less than or greater than. When I do this sheet, I have my 6yr old write the number of hearts under each side to help solidify the concept with both numerals and visual objects.
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