Keep the Valentine’s Day theme this year with this fun Valentine’s Day math activity. It is easy to print and go, too.
Valentine’s Day Learning Activities
Preschoolers love celebrating holidays—the more, the merrier in their eyes.
Bring on the Valentine’s Day theme with this fun Valentine’s Day math activity. All the numbers 1-10 are available in the free printable, making it a great way to practice writing (and counting) numbers.
Your littles will work on fine motor skills (holding the writing tool while writing and circling), counting, and identifying numbers.
You can randomize the sheets and have your little one work on putting the sheets in order, too!
If you are looking for other Valentine’s Day learning activities, we have a few to help you.
You will be all set for the whole month of February!
Free Valentine Printable
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Where to Find the Free Printables
The whole Valentine’s Day math activity pack is in our Freebies Library.
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How to Use the Valentine’s Day Math Activity
1. Print out the Valentine’s Day math activity from the Freebies Library.
2. Decide how you want to use them. Check out the ideas below.
3. Let your little one work tracing the numbers, writing the numbers by themselves, and circling the number of hearts that matches the number on the activity (circling four hearts on the four page).
Ideas for How to Use the Activity Pages
One Page a Day
Let your little one start with one and work their way through the sheets, one at a time. This stretches out the Valentine’s Day math activity and makes it easier to complete.
If your preschooler (or kindergartener) is a bit more advanced, let them take the lead with these sheets. Have them do the sheets by themselves.
This gives them a sense of ownership and allows them to do something else.
Use Sheet Protectors
Who says these only have to be used for Valentine’s Day? Slide the printables into sheet protectors. Then, your little one can use a dry-erase marker to complete the sheets over and over.
Add Them to Your Morning Basket
The Valentine’s Day math activity is the perfect addition to your morning basket in the month of February. Have your little one do a page or two each morning basket time to reinforce writing and identifying the numbers 1 to 10.
Pair this with the sheet protector suggestion to save on reprinting the activity.
Free Valentine’s Math Printable
With little prep, this Valentine’s Day math activity is an excellent addition to your February. Print it off, and you will be ready to use it. Great for a busy mom or teacher!