If it’s a holiday, the energy level of the students is always ramped up. And since Valentine’s Day is filled with sugary chocolate treats, the kids are bouncing off the walls. So take that energy, sing, dance and learn with these valentine preschool songs.
Valentine Preschool Songs
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All of these songs are fun & playful AND they build early literacy skills. They could easily work with preschoolers, but also toddlers and kindergarteners too.
Where is the Heart? and Glitter, Glitter, Little Heart
These are songs set to familiar tunes. “Where is the Heart?” is set to “Where is Thumbkin?”
And “Glitter, Glitter, Little Heart” is to the tune “Twinkle, Twinkle, Little Star.”
Each song is printable and comes with a literacy activity. Grab your set here—>Valentine Literacy Activities and Songs
Work on letter recognition with “H-E-A-R-T” by The Kiboomers.
Boom Chicka Boom Valentine Style
The Learning Station brings us a valentine version of Boom Chicka Boom. This is a good one to work on listening and following directions.
Valentines, Valentines, What Colors Do You See?
This song also from The Kiboomers works on color recognition and color word recognition.
I Love You
Fantastic Fun and Learning shares a counting and rhyming song to share with preschoolers. They also include printables to accompany the song.—>I Love You Song
This Is Not a Valentine
The wonderful Emily Arrow brings us a catchy tune to Higgins’ book, This Is Not a Valentine. Pair the song/video with a reading of the book.
More Valentine and Seasonal Songs
Keep the singing and learning going with our Circle Time Songs and Chants (Month by Month) through the seasons. You’ll have a whole year of songs and literacy activities right at your fingertips.—>Circle Time Songs and Chants Month by Month
Happy singing and learning this Valentine’s Day.
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