Is it COLD where you are? According to The Farmer’s Almanac, we are having “colder-than-normal conditions” and “above-normal snowfall” … and it’s going to last all the way through March!
If your kids are like my kids, they might be getting a little stir-crazy. We love playing in the snow, but these “polar vortex” temperatures are keeping us cooped up inside.
Maybe your children are great at independent play, but every once in a while, they need a little bit of direction? Wouldn’t it be nice to have to have a list of Valentine’s Day activities to choose from all month long?
As a former classroom teacher and homeschooling mom, I understand! I cut through the overwhelm (so many ideas on Pinterest!) and help you target your child’s next skills with a variety of simple and fun, hands-on learning activities.
Our Valentine’s Day Activity Guide is for families with children ages 2-6 and includes 40 crafts, fine motor, STEM, and sensory experiences. You also get a list of recommended books and suggested materials.
Whether your child does homeschool preschool or attends preschool out of the home, this must-have guide will equip you to be intentional and fully present (and make learning fun!) in the weeks leading up to Valentine’s Day.
The Valentine’s Day Guide includes lesson plans for these concepts:
- Colors: red, white, pink
- Shape: hearts
- Letter: V
- Concept: symmetry
Choose from one of these options:
- Join The Play School Club for instant, lifetime access to all 24 of our themed, seasonal family activity guides! (One-time payment of $60)
- Buy the Valentine’s Day activity guide a la carte. (One-time payment of $2.99)
Young children learn best through play, and our activity guides have the BEST learning through play activities available! You’ll love our Valentine’s Day activities and all our other guides, too.