Valentine's Day Centers

Wow! It is hard to believe that we are already in the month of February! And you know what that means......time for all things Valentine!

And since TpT is having a sitewide sale February 7th and 8th, I teamed up with some other teachers to give away a $50 Gift Card to TpT!!



To enter, you'll simply hop through the links (there's only 5) to put together a secret phrase. All of the secret words are hidden in each teacher's most recent blog post - on a conversation heart of course! Once you get back to me, you're done - and you'll even unlock some bonus entries!

But be sure to act quickly - this giveaway closes February 8th at noon EST to give our winner time to shop!

Love TpT Gift Card Giveaway

Our Co-op has been busy planning our Valentine's Day Celebration, which will be a series of centers that the students will rotate through, and then, of course, we'll top the whole thing off with sharing valentines and yummy treats. There's even rumor that a couple of the moms might set up a cookie station!

But I wanted to share a few of the things you may be interested in using for your own Valentine's Day centers in preschool, T-K, or Kindergarten.


Completing Valentine's Day patterns is always a favorite. I'm always amazed at how much their patterning skills have grown at this time of the year. And while I try to save on colored ink, these graphics are just too cute to keep in black and white!


Throughout the year we work on recognizing numbers, one to one correspondence, and counting order. And this "love bug" activity is perfect for practicing all three skills.

Rhyming words is a new skill that our preschool group has been working on lately, and this "mending broken hearts" activity is a fun way to practice this skill. Students work in pairs to find the rhyming words and put the heart together. If you laminate these, they'll last for several years! And great news.....this resource is FREE for all my subscribers! Just click the link below to grab it!



After students have a chance to work on this skill in pairs, this page gives students an opportunity to practice the skill independently. Since they are are working with pictures of the rhyming word, it really allows them to focus on the rhyming sounds.



I'll be adding a few other ideas for our Valentine's Day centers over the next few days - so be sure to check back soon!

And don't forget to enter the giveaway!!

Here's the secret word from my blog. (And it will give you an idea of what to look for on the others). Good luck!

Do you have a favorite Valentine's Day activity? I'd love to hear about it! Let me know in the comments section below! Happy February!



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