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And wash them all clean In a pink-pink sink. If we had some pink paint, We think-think-think, We would paint the whole world In pink-pink-pink! We made these in elementary school as well!
Provide each student with a large heart shape to cut out, as well as one medium heart, and four small hearts. The large heart is the body, the medium heart the head, and the small hearts are the hands and feet. Glue the head onto the back of the large heart with the point side down.
A bow pattern can be provided as well. It can be used as a hair bow for the girls and a bow-tie for the boys. Accordion fold four strips of paper and glue on for arms and legs.
Glue the small hearts to the end of each. This reminds me of something I use to do with my daughter when she was young. When she got up on Valentine's Day, I'd already have her breakfast plate waiting.
I would tape heart-shaped balloons to the edge of the plate and use a cookie cutter to make an impression in her toast. Beside that would be her Valentine treats. You can treat your class to breakfast as well! Go all out with pink and red paper, or Valentines paper plates, etc.
This yummy breakfast deserves it! Provide each student with a bare tree trunk to color. Have them add candy conversation hearts and heart-shaped redhots for the "blooms".
An additional activity would be to have them write about whom they'll give their "love tree" to and why. Fill a small jar with conversation hearts or heart-shaped redhots hearts for the younger kids, redhots for the older kids. Provide small slips of paper and a basket.
Each student will estimate how many pieces of candy are in the jar and write their answer on a piece of paper and place it in the basket. After everyone has made their guess, count the candy with the class.
Discuss and graph the results. Is My Valentine at the Zoo? Valentine, valentine, who will you be? A yawning sloth that hangs from a tree, or a Long-legged giraffe with big brown eyes, Elusive elephant of enormous size, Nattering parrot or yackety yak, Thirsty camel with a hump on his back.
Itching monkey, bumbling old bear, Nosy narwhale, or panda rare, Earnest emu who cannot fly, 'Smallest chickadee in the sky, or Dandy kangaroo who bounds so high?
All of these animals in the zoo Yearn to be mine Valentines Are Made to Share tune: Valentines are made to share, With my friends at school. Be My Valentine tune: You're a special friend of mine, Be my valentine.
Do You Know My Valentine? Muffin Man Do you know my valentine, My valentine, my valentine? Do you know my valentine? Five little valentines were having a race.
The first little valentine was frilly with lace. The second little valentine had a funny face. The third little valentine said, "I love you!
He ran the fastest to your valentine box. WalkingTalking Valentine Cards: Turn your students into the Kings and Queens of Hearts!St. Patrick’s Day is right around the corner, so why not have some fun in your homeschool activities with one of our favorite St Patricks Day Activities?
Poetry: sijo, cinquain, haiku, and rhymes. Valentine's Day is a great time to practice poetry writing skills and experiment with a new form.
There are lots of different kinds of poetry forms, including rhyming poems, limericks, free verse, cinquain, haiku, and sijo.
Butterfly Writing Templates: Are you looking for some writing templates that will make your students fly away with creative ideas? This Butterfly Creative Story Writing Set will provide you with all of the teaching resources that you need for your students to write a story with a beginning, middle, and end..
If you have difficulties reminding your students to use paragraphs in their writing. Lesson Plans for Valentine's Day.
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Find language arts activities suitable for independent learning and homeschooling. For Valentine's Day, they can select a heart from the Celebrations theme.
Figurative Language This page includes definitions of several types of figurative language, including idioms, onomatopoeia, and alliteration.