I’m so excited to share with you my latest Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids! This new printable activity pack is filled with adorable themed ideas for you to share with your kids this February. It’s got coloring pages, a maze, a Valentine I-Spy game, and a special Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt, and more.
Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
You can use these printable activity pages to add some Valentine’s Day fun to your homeschool lessons. Or enjoy these Valentine’s Day activities together while you celebrate the holiday.
Plus, I’ve included even more fun Valentine’s Day activity ideas for kids below you won’t want to miss.
Fun Valentine’s Day Learning Activities
Valentine’s Day is a great day to focus on harmony and friendship with your kids. It’s like there’s a built-in reason to be kind to your siblings on Valentine’s Day and I like to use it to my advantage. Plus, it’s a great day to encourage random acts of kindness.
For many of us homeschoolers, Valentine’s Day is also a day for learning. Whether you’re homeschooling or virtual schooling or in a classroom this year, you can use Valentine’s Day to squeeze in a little extra learning fun with your kids too.
I’ve put together these printable Valentine’s Day activities for kids to help you do just that.
Here’s what you’ll get:
Valentine’s Day Coloring Pages
Coloring pages are lots of fun for kids of all ages and these adorable Valentine’s Day coloring pages will look great on any grandmother’s fridge this February. Plus, there’s lots of learning fun to be had.
Did you know coloring is an excellent fine motor activity? Kids can practice proper pencil grip and build finger muscles while coloring these cute Valentine images.
Valentine Games for Kids
These are simple Valentine’s Day games and activities your kids will love doing. Whether you use these Valentine ideas at home, for distance learning, or in the classroom, they are a lot of fun and learning.
Keep the kids entertained all day long or throughout the month with these awesome Valentine’s Day activities.
Valentine Themed I-Spy Printable
My kids love playing I-Spy games. If your family is going out to a restaurant this Valentine’s Day, you’ll definitely want to print this game and take it along for your kids to complete. It will keep them entertained while you wait and maybe even earn you a few minutes of quiet conversation while they search for hidden February themed items.
I-Spy is also an excellent way to build vocabulary and visual discrimination skills with your little learners this Valentine’s Day. You can laminate this page or use page protectors to enjoy it again and again with your kids this February.
Penguin Valentine Maze
This fun Valentine’s Day activity pack for kids includes an adorable penguin maze. Mazes are great for building important early learning skills like hand eye coordination and problem solving skills. Mazes teach patience and persistence and they’re lots of fun too!
Scavenger Hunt for Valentine’s Day
Scavenger hunts are probably one of my kids’ most favorite ways to celebrate any holiday. This printable Valentine’s Day scavenger hunt makes it easy to enjoy your own adventure this year without lots of prep. Use this page to help your kids practice problem solving skills as they search for a teddy bear, a balloon, a cupcake, and more.
Valentine’s Day Word Search
Word searches are fun for early readers to complete independently. Kids can practice their reading skills as they search for fun Valentine themed words like chocolate, arrow, and candy.
If your kids aren’t reading yet, use this fun Valentine’s Day word search to practice letter recognition and phonemic awareness by having them find and color letters instead.
Things I Love Worksheet
In this fun Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids printable set, you’ll find a super cute “things I love” worksheet to do with your kids.
This page is a conversation starter. You can use it to encourage verbal skills by talking together about your answers or practice handwriting by having kids write down their answers.
More Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids to Enjoy
There’s so much fun to be had with kids on Valentine’s Day. Want some hands on activities to enjoy with these printable activity pages?
Here are some of our favorite Valentine’s Day activities to enjoy together:
Making Valentine Cards
We love making Valentine’s Day cards together. Making cards is a great way to practice cutting, pasting, and fine motor skills. Plus, it’s a fun way to get creative as a family. Giving cards to friends and family is a great way to encourage your kids to show gratitude and kindness.
Random Acts of Kindness
I think Valentine’s Day is one of the best days for practicing random acts of kindness with kids. It’s a day for showing love, so why not show love for your family, friends, and community with some random acts of kindness for Valentine’s Day?
Here are some kindness ideas perfect for Valentine’s Day:
Valentine’s Day Treats
Who doesn’t love a sweet treat for Valentine’s Day? You can have even more fun with your kids in the kitchen this Valentine’s Day by making treats to share with friends or enjoy together as a family for the holiday.
Check out this tasty list of 25 Valentine’s Day Treats to get you started.
Valentine’s Day Books and Games
Consider incorporating music, books, and games into your Valentine’s Day activities for kids too. Help your kids fall in love with reading this Valentine’s Day with some of these favorites.
- Love From the Crayons by Drew Daywalt
- I Love You and Cheese Pizza by Brenda Li
- The Invisible String by Patricia Karst
Then, build early math skills, hand-eye coordination, and have more fun with these Valentine’s Day games and activities:
Finally, get moving with a special Valentine’s Day game of musical chairs or freeze dance. Here are some favorite songs:
- The Heart Song for Kids from The Kiboomers
- Chicka Chicka Boom Valentine’s Day from The Learning Station
- Baby Shark Valentine from Pink Fong
- Skidamarink A Dink A Dink from Super Simple Learning
Valentine’s Day Worksheets for Kids
Find these under the Winter Printable Section – Plus, over 300 FREE Printables and Lesson Plans
Share your Valentine’s Day lesson plans and activity ideas in the comments. I can’t wait to read them!
How will you celebrate Valentine’s Day with your kids this year?