If you are looking for Engaging Valentine’s Activities in Kindergarten to drive learning fun in your classroom, you are in the right place. We will walk you through some new and super engaging Valentine’s activities that are ideal for your little learners.
Sounding Out Words
One simple activity that little learners need to work on repeatedly is sounding out real and nonsense words. Since students need to do this often, changing the theme is a great way to engage learners.
Check out how simple and engaging Valentine’s Activities in Kindergarten are to play. First, students choose a mat and grab their color-coded heart vowels. Next, they lay out their vowels and sound out the words. Some of the words will be real while others are nonsense words. I encourage my learners to state sentences with that word in them if it is a real word.
Finishing the CVC Word
Are you ready for more Engaging Valentine’s Activities in Kindergarten? You will love this love letter-themed CVC word-writing activity. It has built-in differentiation with color-coded vowel sheets. Students can work on short a, e, i, o, or u words. Or you can mix and match based on what your students need.
For this learning activity, students see the CVC word picture. Then, they must write in the first and last sounds to make the word. If you laminate the pages and provide a dry-erase marker, students can enjoy this learning activity with ease over time.
The week of Valentine’s is a great time to focus on kindness. Check out this writing prompt and word walls you can use to guide learners in writing. This pack has many printables and writing options to choose from that you will love.
Counting Valentine Activity
If I am being honest, this is my favorite engaging learning activity for this theme. Check out an adorable jar of hearts-themed math activity. To play, students grab their mats and pieces. Next, they count the hearts in each jar and match them to the number on the mat. Pieces are color coded for student use and easy cleanup.
Comparing Numbers Fun
Another skill my student needs to practice consistently is comparing numbers. To help keep this skill in our rotation, we bring in a bit of novelty and excitement with this game. To play, students count the hearts on the left and the hearts on the right. Then, they write the number in the box on each side. Finally, students write their comparing symbols in the middle.