This easy-prep pack of 10 literacy and math Valentines centers will make your kids excited to learn and spread love all around!

Valentines Literacy and Math Themed Centers | Free Printable Worksheets For Kids | Get your kids excited for Valentines with these 10 literacy and math centers perfect for pre-k to 1st grade.

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Valentines Themed Activities Setup

For this activity pack you will need:




Lego or manipulatives for counting


Clips or wooden pegs

Paperclip to use as spinner or prepared plastic spinners

Writing tools – crayon, pencil, etc

Optional but recommended: Laminator and dry erase markers for use in a center and increasing durability

Below are some of the supplies I use personally at home. After doing so many printable activities, I’ve found that it’s most helpful to always have these basic supplies on hand.

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Printable Valentines Literacy and Math Centers

This pack contains a variety of 10 themed centers that will develop literacy, early math and fine motor skills.


Games included:

1) Alphabet Clip Strips – identify lower and uppercase of the letter shown, work fine motor and literacy at the same time!

2) Letter Case Matching Hearts – 2 piece puzzles for A-Z

3) Spin and Cover Letters – 5 Letter identification mats for A-Z for use with plastic spinner or a simple paperclip and pencil

4) Valentines Vowels – fill in the missing vowels of common CVC words, 40 cards included (8 each for A,E,I,O,U)

5) Valentines Cards Syllable Sort – sort out the picture cards into the mailbox showing the correct number of syllables

6) 1-10 Memory Game – tally and number versions included

7) Roll to 100 – special printable hearts design dice

8) 1-10 Lego Mats – practice writing out the number and forming the number with blocks

9) 1-10 Number Tracing Strips – perfect for dry erase writing practice

10) Which Has More Clip Cards – identify which group of chocolates is bigger


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