Taking a little more time (and patience!) was this gorgeous collage craft. It only took Miss Six about 10 minutes to glue the paper pieces down to the template. I'd cut the paper for her, but this would also be great as a paper tearing activity.
I've also got plans to make these super cute and simple 'Love Bug' headbands on Valentine's Day.
Hopefully we'll also have time to make these cute Valentine's Day leis, made from wool, paper hearts and pieces of pink straw.
During the week we'll work on these gorgeous cupcakes - a freebie from Mel at From the Pond! I love that these are so simple but really give kidlets a chance to share about things that are important to them.
This simple name puzzle would be perfect for kidlets who are still working on recognising the letters in their name and spelling it correctly. I made mine with clipart, printed and laminated it, but for a whole class I'd just use a marker and pink paper before chopping the names up.
I love this counting activity that's perfect as a DIY! Just write numbers on paper hearts and provide kidlets with pom poms (or anything cheap'n'cheerful!) for them to count with.
Last (but not least!) is a number puzzle freebie that I've just uploaded to my TpT store. Click on either of the images to download 'Broken Heart Number Match' - numerals and number words from 0-10. :)
Happy Valentine's Day!