By Liesl

With Valentine's Day just around the corner, we wanted to highlight some websites that offer free printables and wonderful activity ideas for 3-6 year olds!

Valentine's Day Printables: Making Learning Fun

Making Learning Fun has circle time ideas, recipes, art ideas as well as Valentine printables in math and literacy. Below I've highlighted a few of their printables which include dot-to-dots, clothes pin math, dot pages, puzzles and more.

Valentines Pack: 3 Dinosaurs

This impressive pack is well over a hundred pages! Here are just a few of the things on offer: beginning sounds, matching cards, pattern cards, puzzles, cutting practice, find the letter V, addition pages and much more!

Valentine's Day Preschool Activities and Printables: Confessions of a Homeschooler

In this post, Erica has more than 25 Valentine's and Letter V activities. Many of her activity ideas gets her preschooler up and moving!

Valentine's Day PreK Pack: Over the Big Moon

This packet includes strip puzzles, letter Vv identification, sorting, shadow cards, counting and more!

Montessori Inspired Valentine Math Trays

Deb has some great hands-on activities for 2-3 year olds to practice their growing math skills. She provides links for the printables shown.

Free Valentine's Day Coloring Worksheets: Free Homeschool Deals

This packet of coloring pages has such cute graphics!

Valentine's Day Activities: Activity Village

Activity Village offers a number of fun printables from Valentine joke bookmarks and Sudoku puzzles to coloring pages, dot-to-dots, and Valentine mazes. They also have game and activity ideas, Valentine's Day card project ideas and more.

Valentine's Day Games: DLTK-Kids

Over at DLTK-Kids you can print out Valentine's Day bingo cards, crossword puzzles, anagrams, crossword puzzles, word searches, dominoes, cryptograms and more!

Hope you find something inspiring and fun to do with your preschooler!

Liesl homeschools her three elementary age kids and loves finding creative, hands-on activities and great books to share with her kids. Check out her blog at homeschoolden.com and follow her on Facebook,Twitter, Pinterest, and Google+.

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