More Easy Valentine’s Hands On Activities

More Easy Valentine’s Hands On Activities

A while back we found all these awesome goodies at the dollar store… We showed you how we used the plates and the table scatter in a post – Easy Valentine’s Hands On Activities – but we forgot to circle back and show you how we used the foam hearts and the pompoms!  Oops!  So let’s fix that.  See those large foam hearts?  Let’s put those to use....

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Easy Valentine’s Hands On Activities

Easy Valentine’s Hands On Activities

Looking for some quick and easy Valentine’s Day activities?  Looking for some hands on learning ideas I headed to my favorite teacher store.  Dollar Tree.  ;)  A quick survey of the front aisles and I came away with these goodies… …and a whole bunch of ideas for lots of fun, super easy activities!  First up – I couldn’t wait to play with these pretty gems....

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Valentine’s Day Sight Words

Valentine’s Day Sight Words

With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, we thought we’d share this quick, easy sight word activity.  All you’ll need is some chalk (preferably colored, but plain white will work just fine), some 8.5′”x11″ construction paper, some Q-tips and some paint.  Best of all?  Your prep is super simple.  Just cut your paper in half and write the sight words...

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It’s Raining…Hearts!

It’s Raining…Hearts!

Love is in the air…  And while all you need may be love, it also helps to have some great activities, songs and books.  :)  Get ready for a fun kindergarten Valentine’s Day with these easy ideas! First, let’s set the mood with some great books: The Day It Rained Hearts is a sweet story from the illustrator of  the If You Give a Mouse a Cookie series – Felicia...

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Quick and Easy Valentine’s Patterns

Quick and Easy Valentine’s Patterns

Here’s a quick and easy way to review patterning – with a Valentine’s twist.  Simply cut strips of 12″x18″ construction paper 3″ wide.  Provide your students with some heart (or other shaped) foamies and some glue sticks (or white glue) and a strip of paper and you’re ready to make patterns.  The more different shapes (or sizes of one shape) and colors...

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