Valentine’s Day Printables and Activities

Enjoy Your Valentine’s Day!

We’ve had this blog for quite a long time and sometimes our printables and resources get buried! I wanted you to know that we some fun Valentine’s materials here on the blog!

This post has a great list of our Valentine’s Day Freebies. It includes pictures of all kinds of free printables I’ve made over the years.

Valentine's Day FreebiesI’ll also just give you a list below (without pictures) of some of the Valentine’s Day Freebies we have here on our blog:

Valentine’s Bump Game Doubling Practice

Free Skip Counting Mazes 2s 3s 4s 5s 10s

Free Fractions Packet

The Wrinkled Heart Activity

The Wrinkled Heart Activity is something I did a number of times when the kids were younger.  It is an activity that shows how hurtful words and actions can linger; it reminds us to be kind and gentle with our words.  This is something I did with the kids when they were younger (when the kids were 5, 7 and 9) the first time we studied the heart and circulatory system.

Before I read Chrysanthemum (affiliate link) to the kids (since that’s the book I had on hand), I cut out a heart.

Then after we read the book we talked about the things the mice said that were hurtful (and I made folds in the heart) and things we’ve said to each other that have been hurtful (more folds) and things that they’ve heard others say that might be hurtful (more folds).

Wrinkled Heart Activity

We then talked about things we say that are kind (unfold). We said as many kind things as we could until the heart was unfolded.

Then we talked about how the heart was still wrinkled and how the hurtful things we hear can linger for a while in our heart. We hung our wrinkled heart in the homeschool room as a reminder to be kind to one another.

Other books you could use with this activity (suggested by the teachers over at ProTeacher): These are affiliate links:

Be-Kind-LessonsMy kids can always use a gentle reminder to speak kindly to one another! (That’s true even now 5 years later!)

These are some of the Valentine’s Packets that have been added to our Math Bundles:

Added to the Addition/Subtraction Bundle

Valentine’s Day Math Game

Valentines Math Games - Worksheets

Valentine’s Theme Montessori-Style Addition PagesMontessori-Style Addition Pages

Added to the Multiplication/Division Bundle

Multiplication and Division BUNDLE!!

Learning the Multiplication Facts: As my daughter moved into learning her multiplication facts I looked around for the kind of multiplication practice that would help her. The math book she was using went through the math facts a bit too quickly for her.  She needed quite a bit of repetition and wanted bright, colorful worksheets. I wound up making my own sets of practice pages and games. She loved that! Be sure to check out our Multiplication/Division Bundle here at this page: Multiplication & Division BUNDLE Or scroll down to purchase the bundle of 20 pdfs below. (I enjoy making these!)

If you are interested in even more fun, colorful worksheets and games be sure to check out our HUGE Multiplication/Division BUNDLE!

At just $7.00 it’s an amazing deal! You get well over 300 pages of materials and more than 20 pdfs in this math bundle! I recently added a new pdf packet on the 11s and 12s.

You can visit this Multiplication/Division Bundle page for more details or scroll down below for more pictures of what is included.

Multiplication and Division Bundle (300+ pages of materials)


   Be sure to check your PayPal email address for the download link!

Multiplication - Division Worksheets Games and Skip-Counting Activities

Valentine’s Day Multiplication and Division Worksheets

Division Packet –  You can print out either the Valentine’s Themed Pages of pages in a Desert/Mexican Theme

Valentine's Day Division Worksheet PacketDivision Worksheet Packet Desert-Mexican Theme

Valentine’s Day Craft we did once:


The girls did this very quick Valentine’s Day craft last week.  We’ve been doing this nearly every year since they were toddlers. ? It adds such a pretty splash of color this time of year!


10 Ways To Fill Your Home with Love: This was a post I wrote a few years ago when I went through some horrible health issues (and 6 surgeries in 8 months) which ultimately made me lose my balance system on one side and go deaf in my left ear.  It started with… 1. Nourish the relationships around you, no matter how you feel!

Read more at this post! 10 Ways To Fill Your Home with Love

Hearts-LoveHappy Valentine’s Day — and Happy Homeschooling!


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