Want some free Valentine’s Day activities to enjoy with your family?
First, for the little ones in your life, you can download and print this free activity packet:
Valentine’s Day Activities for Elementary Students
This packet brags that it makes grammar fun – because it actually does! Who knew?
There are activities which include Valentine Sentence Builders, Fun with Creating Cheesy Poetry, and much more! There’s even a Valentine Brownie recipe – but before your student can make the brownies, he/she must find the errors in the directions first. So much fun!
Valentine’s Day Activities for All Ages!
Print and put together these fun Kiss-Tac-Toe games to give away or to use as a family. We’re talking about chocolate kisses, by the way. But you already knew that. :)
Plus we’ve got a great big list of Valentine’s Day Recipes you and your kids can make together? All of these recipes are all free of food coloring!
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