Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack for Kids – Full Color Printable

Does the world really need another Valentine’s Day printable?  The internet is full of heart themed activities for kids.  Even I’m guilty of contributing to the pile of freebies out there.

 

If you’re only looking for freebies, be sure to read to the end.  If you’re looking for a complete fun pack of printable exercises that help strengthen your child’s learning power without a whine or complaint, I’ve got your covered.

 

Your children or students are likely to consume a bit of sugar this Valentine’s Day. Want to balance it out with some brain building fun? The Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack for kids quietly strengthens cognitive skills such as visual processing, executive function, working memory and more. A good fit for grades 2-4 general ed, homeschool, therapeutic intervention or SPED.

Introducing the Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack for kids.  It’s one of those deceptively simple collections of activities that happen to strengthen visual skills, working memory, executive function, and more.

 

You can even have a side serving of auditory memory skill-building if you’d like.  Simply adapt the final pages a little (suggestions included).

 

No, you don’t need to be an intervention specialist, a therapist, or even a teacher to introduce these fun pages to your kids.  Simply print, read a few simple instructions, and enjoy!

 

Tip: If you do NOT like printing activities for kids in full color, I don’t recommend the Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack for you.

 

If you don’t mind spending a few extra pennies on ink, find more information about the Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack, as well as fun packs with different themes, below.  They will each take you to a more thorough description of the products in my Teachers Pay Teachers store.

 

5 Powerful Yet Simple Fun Packs for Kids

 

Valentine’s Day Activity Fun Pack

Back to School Activity Fun Pack

Halloween Activity Fun Pack

Thanksgiving Activity Fun Pack

Christmas Activity Fun Pack

 

Now to the freebies I mentioned earlier.  I get it.  I like free stuff, too.  This link will take you there:

Valentine’s Day Printable Roundup for Kids

 

Whichever activities you choose, Happy Valentine’s Day!