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We've got a bundle of printables for you. This time with a Valentine's theme ❤️These activities are designed for children ages 2-5.For children younger than two, check out this post with five infant Montessori activities, also Valentine's themed: https://themontessoriroom.com/blogs/montessori-tips/montessori-valentines-day-activitiesJust note, I'm not encouraging you to do every single activity. In fact, it wouldn't even be possible since there's activities for a range of ages.Hopefully you can find just 1-2 that your child enjoys!

1. Heart Matching


Recommended for ages 2-4

Cut the hearts in half and match the two sides, either by colourpattern, or number of circles.This is a great way to learn colours, develop visual discrimination skills, and practice counting.Print one sheet at a time and cut out the hearts, then cut each heart in half.For younger children, offer just 2-3 hearts at a time, adding more at they continue to master them.Go here to download each page:

2. Heart Dot Printable

Recommended for ages 2-4Use Dot Markersstickers, or pom poms to fill in the circles. This activity is great for developing fine motor skills.You can also fill in the circles with the snips from the cutting strips below.Go here to download this printable: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Heart_Dot_Printable.pdf?v=1707283168

3. Valentine's Day Shadow Matching Cards

Recommended for ages 2-4Cut out all 16 cards and match the coloured images to the corresponding shadow. This activity is great for developing visual discrimination skills.For younger children, start with just 2-3 sets of cards and choose the most obvious and easily recognizable to your child.You can add more pairs in as your child masters them.Go here to download this set and the instructions: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Shadow_Puzzle_-_Valentine_s_Day.pdf?v=1707283193

4. Sorting By Size - Small/Medium/Large

Recommended for ages 2-4Another great activity to develop visual discrimination. Print all three pages in the doc and cut out the 24 squares.Sort the cards into three piles - small, medium, and large.For younger children, start with just two sizes, the small and large and 2-3 different images. You can add more images, as well as the medium size images, as your child masters more of them.Go here to download this set and the instructions: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Sorting_Valentine_s_Cards_-_S_M_L.pdf?v=1707283193

5. Heart Symmetry and Cutting Activity

Recommended for ages 2-5This printable is 2-in-1. Children as young as two, can participate in symmetry painting.To do this, fold the paper in half and have your child paint one half of the heart.Then press both sides together so the paint transfers to the second half. Now they have a symmetrical painting.For children 3+ that have experience using scissors, they can cut out the heart once the paint is dry.Go here to download this image: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Heart_Symmetry_and_Cutting_Activity.pdf?v=1707283167

6. Valentine's Day Cutting Strips

Recommended for ages 3-4Cutting strips are a great way to practice cutting for young children.You, the adult, can prep this activity by cutting them lengthwise.This allows your children to cut each image with one snip. The success of this builds their confidence.Go here to download these cutting strips: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Cutting_Strips_-_Valentine_s_Day.pdf?v=1707283168
The snips can also be used after, for gluing activities.

7. Counting and Number Symbols - Part 1

Recommended for ages 3-4Print the sheet at cut out each of the 4 boxes. Have your child count the items in each box and then circle the corresponding number symbol below.In a Montessori classroom, an activity like this would be done with clothespins, where the child clips the clothespin over the correct number symbol. This is a great way to add fine motor development into the activity.  Go here to download this page:https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Valentine_s_Counting_and_Number_Symbols_-_Part_1.pdf?v=1707283168

8. Counting and Number Symbols - Part 2

Recommended for ages 3-5This 2-page printable is a great next step to Part 1. In this printable, the number symbol is not provided so children are required to count the items and then write the number symbol on the left.  For children newer to number symbols, start by only offering page 1, with quantities of 1-4. Once they have mastered this page, add in page 2.Go here to download the sheet: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Valentine_s_Counting_and_Number_Symbols_-_Part_2.pdf?v=1707283168

Download the Whole Bundle in One PDF

If you want to print the whole bundle at once, go here to download all 15 pages in one PDF: https://cdn.shopify.com/s/files/1/0536/5530/6394/files/Valentine_s_Day_Bundle.pdf?v=1707324350

More Printables? More Activities?

If you're looking for more printables, go here to check out our free printables page: https://themontessoriroom.com/blogs/montessori-tips

And if you like these types of activities and have a child between 3-36 months, you might also want to check out our at-home program > https://info.themontessoriroom.com/at-home-2/

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