Free Valentine Printables for Preschoolers
My favorite thing about Valentine’s day is how the meaning changes as you go through different stages of life. When you’re young its all about friendship and candy, as you get older, it changes to a day of romance, and once you have a family it’s all about spending time together and sharing your love for each other. I created the Heart Race free printable Valentine’s game to gamify the idea of sharing family love. Keep reading to learn more and download!
Pin the free valentine printables for preschoolers or use the image above!
This free printable Valentine’s game is designed to be fun for the entire family! Hear Race is for 2 or 3 players and plays in five to ten minutes so even if you have a larger family, you can play multiple rounds in a short time. This game has learning opportunities designed specifically for toddlers/preschoolers (more details below), but is still a lot of fun for older kids to play as well.
Heart Race is a ton of fun, but also has some great learning opportunities as well! From a hard skills perspective, toddlers and preschoolers learn dice concepts, shapes, and counting. From a soft skill perspective, this game allows kids to work on communication and expressing their feelings. As a parent you’ll love the twist when kids get caught and are out of the game!
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