Are you looking for Valentine’s Day ideas for school to use for a reading or language arts activity? In this post, I rounded up a variety of Valentine’s Day activities, worksheets, and printables that focus on reading skills from kindergarten through fifth grade.
These are all great for classroom or homeschool use and most are free!
Valentine's Day Classroom Ideas
Check out these literacy based Valentine's Day printables, worksheets, and activities that are perfect for elementary level students.
This one is perfect for younger kids or students who need to practice initial sound discrimination. Students canpractice their beginning sounds and phonemes in a hands-on way with these matching cards.
This I Love Me Candy Jar worksheet is focused on self-love and self-esteem! Students write down 5 adjectives or attributes they like about themselves on pieces of candy, then color, cut, and paste to add them to the candy jar!
Let’s celebrate Valentine's Day with an adorable owl alphabet activity sheet that will help your little ones practice their letters and numbers. This is a great activity for students learning to identify letters in both capital and lowercase.
Looking for the perfect Valentine’s Day book to read with your children? These Valentine children’s picture books range from sweet, sassy, and downright outrageous.
Those are the 8 literacy based Valentine’s Day activities I found for elementary level students. Hopefully, you can use one or more of these to do a fun literacy activity with your students for Valentine’s Day.
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Delilah Orpi is the owner and founder of Thrive Literacy Corner. She has a Bachelor's degree in Special Education, a Master's degree in TESOL, and is a member of the International Dyslexia Association. She is an experienced educator and literacy specialist trained in Orton Gillingham and Lindamood Bell. Delilah creates literacy resources for educators and parents and writes to create awareness about dyslexia and effective literacy instruction based on the science of reading.
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