Looking for some easy activities for the classroom to do around Valentine’s Day, or need some new ideas for classroom decor to show your kiddos some love? Check out these posts full of great (and simple) ideas.
Chaylor & Mads has collected a bunch of ideas for door decorations, bulletin board themes and treat ideas you can use in the classroom for Valentine’s Day.
Fun Learning for Kids has an easy, low-prep printable classroom activity for Valentine’s Day. You just print out the hearts with different numbers of hearts or dots on them and hang or hide them around the room, down the hall, etc. Kids get a printed sheet where they can practice writing the numbers of the different numbers they see. (She has some other great ideas, too, if you click through and scroll down in the post.)
Pocket of Preschool has ideas for centers with a Valentine twist. Some of these are sensory, some she has paid printables for, or you can use these ideas to set up your own simple centers in the classroom (or at home for little ones).
Raise the Bar Reading has a lot of great ideas for low-prep centers and activities. Some of them are printables available through Teachers Pay Teachers, but one of them is a free printable that can help kids get to know wach other a little better: people bingo!
If you’re looking for a more traditional bingo game to play with your students to fill time or to use during a party, check out the printable Valentine’s Day bingo cards from the Girl Creative. These adorable cards would also be super fun for kids to color in before or while you are playing. She also has an I-spy printable game and a collection of super cute color by number coloring pages for different skill levels.