These Valentine’s Day Alphabet Activities are a fun way to work on letter recognition and letter sounds this February. All of these activities are free and simple to set up. Your kids will love them.
These educational activities are an easy way for young children to strengthen literacy skills. These printable activities are low prep and can be used in small groups or literacy centers. With these fun games and valentine activities, little learners will have a good time.
This free, printable alphabet match activity (uppercase letters and lower case letters) with a Valentine’s Day twist is so fun from Hands on as We Grow. Put the letters in alphabetical order. This printable reminds me of the conversation hearts that my kids love!
This giant heart alphabet activity from Toddler Approved is pretty amazing! Match the letter hearts. It’s the perfect activity to get kids moving.
Download, print, and cut on the dotted lines to make these free, printable alphabet heart puzzles from 123 Homeschool for Me. It includes all letters of the alphabet. It’s a fun activity for letter identification.
This free, printable spin and cover alphabet game from Super God Not Super Mom looks like a fun way to practice the alphabet this Valentine’s Day. Practice letter names and letter sounds.
This Alphabet game with a Valentine’s Day theme from This Reading Mama is a great way to practice beginning letter sounds.
These puppy themed letters are adorable and a fun way to match capital and lowercase letters from Playdough to Plato. My dog loving girl loved working with these cards.
You can download and print these free, alphabet heart cards from Fun with Mama and she also gives you ideas for different ways to use them.
Spell your child’s name, play a Memory game and find the matching letters, or put the alphabet hearts in alphabetical order. You could even go on a letter scavenger hunt. A cool preschool valentine idea would be to make a name puzzle for your students. Just print each child’s letters of their names and give it to them in a special bag or envelope.
If you have extra alphabet stickers, you can use them for this heart themed letter matching activity. Say each different letter as you stick them. Working with stickers is great for strengthening fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It’s a simple way to practice early literacy skills. This is so much fun and easy to make to challenge your child.
We hope you love these hearts alphabet activities as much as we do! Make learning fun with Valentine’s Day activities.
Heart Letter Matching Activity from Free Preschool Printables
More Valentines Day Activities
How about a little scavenger hunt for Valentine’s Day? My kids love to hunt for their treats and this free printable will work in almost any home.
Valentine’s Day Math Activities for Kindergarten includes fun free printable games to practice counting, sorting, graphing and more!
Countdown to Valentine’s Day with compliments. This is one of our favorite family traditions! I write a special compliment or unique character trait that I love about each of my kids and put it on their door each night. They wake up to encouraging words and kind compliments.
15 Valentine’s Day Fine Motor Skill Activities – Strengthen fine motor skills with these fun heart themed activities and challenges. They are easy to set up and provide hours of fun. Great for toddlers and preschoolers.
Valentine’s Day Activities and Crafts for Preschoolers – From a heart suncatcher craft to a heart drawing challenge, your preschoolers will have so much fun with these themed activities.