Valentine’s Day is a great opportunity for children to learn. They can learn about love and friendship, of course, but also academic skills. Paper hearts are easy to make and conversation heart candies are in every store.
If you would like to practice language, math, or science skills with your child this month, then try one of these fun Valentine’s Day learning activities.
Valentine’s Day Learning Activities
Make some love potion with this Valentine’s Day chemistry activity from One Time Through.
Buggy and Buddy has a free printable to help your child practice estimating and then measuring with candy hearts.
Your child can also make 3-D structures with marshmallow hearts and toothpicks with this activity from Buggy and Buddy.
Have sensory bin fun and practice addition facts at the same time with this free printable from Life Over C’s.
Umbrella Tree Cafe shares a great way to practice number recognition with hearts and M&Ms.
Let your child tell you all about their favorite things with this heart map from Planet Smarty Pants.
Mom Inspired Life has an easy way for your child to practice number recognition and counting using heart puzzles.
Help your child learn to say “I love you” in other languages with this fun activity from A Mother Far from Home.
A Little Pinch of Perfect shares a heart hide and seek game you can play using easy to make pieces.
Help your child recognize the letters in their name using this easy to make heart name puzzle from How Wee Learn.
Your child can practice graphing and other math skills with this Valentine conversation hearts activity from Royal Little Lambs.
Mommy’s Bundle has a recipe for a love potion that is both a science experiment and a gift.