V is for Valentine! Fun, free Valentine’s Day worksheets for Beginning Readers

Looking for a few activities to do with your beginning readers for Valentine’s Day?  We hope so!  We created a few worksheets that will help your beginning reader have a little fun, and, learn a little on February 14th!  These are some of the first free worksheets I made…  I have improved a lot since beginning but, I still do think there are some fun activities in this pack. I hope you enjoy!  Anyway, here are a few of my favorite Valentine’s Day books for children.

The Biggest Valentine EverThe Biggest Valentine EverPete the Cat: Valentine's Day Is CoolPete the Cat: Valentine’s Day Is CoolThere Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!Roses Are Pink, Your Feet Really StinkRoses Are Pink, Your Feet Really StinkHappy Valentine's Day, Mouse! (If You Give...)Happy Valentine’s Day, Mouse! (If You Give…)Llama Llama I Love YouLlama Llama I Love YouSplat the Cat: Funny ValentineSplat the Cat: Funny Valentine


Free Valentines Day worksheets for beginning readers

Free Valentines Day worksheets for kids

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  1. Wow, you offer so many great resources! My mom is a volunteer reading tutor for a developmentally challenged adult and I passed your link onto her.

    1. Thank you! I hope our site is helpful to her. We find most success with struggling (and beginning readers). The slow pace, and repetitiveness is very helpful. Thanks for passing on our website! 🙂

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