It’s that time of month! Teachers are scrounging pinterest and blogs for some fun ideas for the next holiday! The biggest holiday in February is Valentine’s Day- though not a huge holiday topic wise to focus on…. you can still stick to your goals and academics while making things a little more festive with these resources. Read on to find some fun February resources for your classroom!
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Valentine’s Day NO PREP Basic Skills Worksheets: These are SO quick and easy to print and go… they focus on basic skills like tracing, 1:1 correspondence, ten frames, patterns, and numbers all within the theme of Valentine’s Day- these would be perfect for your party day or to use as morning work all month long.
You can also print these Basic Skills worksheets on some red astrobrights to make them a little more festive.
CUT AND PASTE: I LOVE incorporating fine motor activities into every holiday (but also focusing on fine motor daily with Simple Fine Motor Centers, read more about those here). These worksheets are fully differentiated to meet every students need.
The highlights make it easy to know just where to cut and build the puzzle back together. You could also laminate to make puzzles for a task box. (how to set up task box systems here)
This free resource and 4 more Valentine’s Freebies are available in the Simply Free Library, join here!(( Login here if you already have the password. ))
February Picture Comprehension: Comprehension is the number one goal we are always targeting in the classroom, there are so many ways to target that goal… but these quick worksheets are a fave for sure! All the topics for February are included in 2 levels of differentiation!
February Visual Recipes: Cooking in the classroom targets SO MANY skills… social skills, life skills, math skills, science skills, and SO much more. If you aren’t cooking in the classroom yet, you NEED to start- read this blog post.
Here are some of the materials I used for the resources above (affiliate links):