January 26, 2024

# Valentines Day Counting Cards Activity for Preschoolers

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Valentine’s Day is just around the corner! We’ve been hard at work learning to count to 10 with all of our themed counting cards. These free printable Valentines Day Counting Cards are such a fun Valentines day math activity for toddler, preschool, pre-k, and kindergarten age students.  Simply download pdf file with free valentine printables for preschoolers and you are ready to play and learn. This is such a cute valentine activities for preschoolers.

## Valentines Day Counting

These Valentines Day Printable Cards are fun, hands-on way for toddlers, preschoolers, and kindergartners to practice counting 1-10 during the month of February. Use this Valentines day counting in your valenines day theme with heart gems, playdough, heart erasers, or other hands-on manipulatives. Who says that you can only talk about love when you are celebrating Valentine’s Day?!?

## Valentine’s day worksheets for preschoolers

Start by scrolling to the bottom of the post, under the terms of use, and click on the text link that says >> _____ <<. The pdf file will open in a new window for you to save the freebie and print the template.

## Valentines Day Math

Start off by gathering the materials needed for the Free Printable Valentine’s Day Counting Cards:

Now, have your child cover the pictures of the hearts on the counting cards with the correct number of heart gems.

These cards are perfect to new learners who are not ready for independent counting. The kids simply cover each heart picture on the card as they are counting. That way they know when to stop for each number.

## Valentine activities for preschoolers

When a child is just starting to count, it is a good idea to limit the numbers that you work with. Start with 1-3, then 1-5, 1-8 and finally 1-10. This helps kids focus on the one-to-one correspondence (the concept that one object equals on number) rather than memorization of the names of the numbers.

When we used these cards we counted as we covered the pictures and then repeated the numbers again.

This is because while a child is putting the hearts on the cards, they are concentrating on a lot of different things like grasping the small objects and placing them on the correct spot. Because of that they don’t catch the rhythm of counting in order.

This also reinforces that fact that numbers have a correct order and gives extra opportunities to practice.

## Valentines Day Counting Cards

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