Valentine Printables

Valentine Printables

I am breaking tradition with a weekday post! I don’t even know if anyone will read it, with it not being the weekend, but I thought it might be useful to a few people. A while ago, when sorting through my resources, I pulled out some of the printables I have created over the years to link with a ‘Valentine’/hearts theme & wondered if others might find them handy. Some I made a long time ago, based on needs of the children in my class at that time, & others were made after being inspired by things seen on Pinterest. Anyway, I’ve decided to share them here.

As always with my printables, please note that these are just activities I’ve made to use with the children in my class & I thought they might save you a little time. I am not a professional ‘printable-creator’! Wherever possible there is blank version within the printable, so that you can add your own numbers, shapes, letters etc…


Broken Heart Number Cards

There are lots of examples of this on Pinterest…

Numbered broken hearts (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Download here: Broken Heart Number Cards from Rachel (“,)


Heart Peg Number Cards

Simple counting & number recognition…

Heart peg cards (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Download here: Heart Peg Number Cards from Rachel (“,)


Numbered Hearts

These hearts could be used in all sorts of ways, but here are some of the ways I’ve used them…

Numbered hearts (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Download here: Numbered Hearts from Rachel (“,)


Heart Game & Hearts with Spots

A simple dice game…

Hearts Dice Game (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Fine-motor fun with glass nuggets & tweezers…

Fine-motor fun with hearts and glass nuggets from Rachel (",)

Download here: Heart Game & Hearts with Spots from Rachel (“,)


Heart Grids

A variety of grids that I’ve used as board games, for counting exercises, fine-motor & one-to-one correspondence activities…

Various heart grids (free printables) from Rachel (",)

Download here: Heart Grids from Rachel (“,)


Heart for Name Puzzle

I would normally just cut a heart out of red paper, but there was a shortage in school so I made a quick template to write the names on. This is just a simple heart (I handwrite the names on as I like them to see ‘real’ writing as well as print), but you can download it to save time if you wish…

Simple heart shape (free printable) from Rachel (",)

Download here: Heart for Name Puzzle from Rachel (“,)


Just a few things, but I hope you find them useful 🙂

Thanks for reading!


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  1. Always excited to read your new posts, Rachel!
    Thank you once again for your inspiration and generosity in sharing your ideas and resources.

    • You are very welcome, Sarah! (“,)

  2. Thanks for all your hard work, lovely resources. You are amazing!

    • Thanks, Debzlin (“,)

  3. Thank you Rachel, you are kind.

    • You’re welcome, Dawn! (“,)

  4. Thank you these will come in handy!!

    • Glad you think so, ejay (“,)

  5. Thanks again Rachel for some lovely resources. How very kind of you to offer them in advance of my themed day on valentines/love/Wear it red for British Heart Foundation! All of these resources have come just in time and will also save me a lot of time. Some lovely ideas for using them. Thanks again :0)

    • Oh, I’m so pleased you think they might be useful! I’m liking the sound of your ‘day’. Will look forward to the photos 😉 x

  6. You are always an inspiration…

    • Ah, thank you, Simona! x


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