We could all use a little more love right now; that’s why I’m excited to share my newest TPT package with you! It’s a Valentine’s Day inspired center activities package! Don’t want to set up centers? No problem! Use each activity as a morning Valentine’s Day activities/warm-up or as lessons on their own. It contains 6 fun Valentine’s Day activities, with instructions. Here is a closer look at the package:
Center Activity #1:
Each center activity comes with an instructions page, so that students can have a reference point when working on their activity.
This activity gets students creating mosaic art! They simply tear or cut construction or gift tissue paper, and label each piece with things they love. It could be pizza, their teachers, a sport or hobby. Anything that they feel takes up a spot in their heart. These would make for a great bulletin board display!
Center Activity #2:
Students will need their detective skills for this math activity. They are given a series of clues and need to figure out with number corresponds to the key to their teacher’s heart. This is a straight forward activity, which is meant to be light and fun spirited.
Center Activity #3:
This activity integrates art and science. Students are asked to add drawings of things they think flowers need to survive (soil, sun, rain/water, etc). Then they color it all in! Notice the flowers are all made of hearts <3.
Center Activity #4:
This activity might just be my favorite! Students are asked to envision a newly discovered country called Love Land. Their job is to create a scene from the country and label exactly what is going on. I feel like some of these submissions will be just too precious!
Center Activity #5:
This activity is a throwback to a traditional Valentine’s Day love letter. Students select someone who they care about, and write them a letter of admiration. For extra good ol’ fashioned traditions, have students hand deliver the letters!
Center Activity #6:
It’s classic to receive a box of chocolates on Valentine’s day, and this activity celebrates that. In this math center, students are asked to fill 6 spots in a box of chocolate with chocolates of various prices. They only have $20 though, so they need to make sure they don’t go over their price limit.
Wishing you lots of love!