A set of 18 conversation hearts for your students to use in various ways leading up to Valentine’s Day.
❤️ Start A Conversation
Use these double-sided conversation heart templates for various activities surrounding Valentine’s Day—creative writing assignments, rhyming, syllable counting, alphabetical ordering and more!
To turn this template into greeting cards, students can write a sweet message on the back to share with a classmate, family member or friend.
Scaffolding + Extension Tips
A few other fun ways to use the conversation hearts in your maths, reading and writing groups include:
🔤 Alphabetical Order
Print off only the front side of the conversation hearts on card. Cut them out and have students put them in alphabetical order as a reading center activity.
🌹 Rhyming Words
This is a great reading group activity for students: Print off only the front side of the conversation hearts on card. Cut them out and place them inside a resealable container. Students randomly pull a heart and create a list of rhyming words for the word or phrase that appears on their hearts.
As a maths group activity for students: Print off only the front side of the conversation hearts on card. Cut them out and have students create different patterns (i.e., yellow, pink, green, yellow; the number of letters on each card, etc.). Then let a partner determine the pattern and complete it.
💌 Sentence Writing
Include this activity in your English group rotations: Print off only the front side of the conversation hearts on card. Cut them out and place them inside a resealable container. Students randomly pull hearts and write a silly sentence that includes the word or phrase. For intermediate students, have them write compound or complex sentences using the word or phrase.
Print off only the front side of the conversation hearts on card. Cut them out and have your students sort the hearts by colour.
To Prepare Your Conversation Heart Templates
Use the dropdown icon on the Download button to choose between multiple PDF versions of this resource, including colour or black and white, lined and unlined. Print on card for durability.
We have created two different writing versions:
- Lower Years —Use the lines to keep words straight.
- Upper Years —Use the blank spaces for free writing or drawing.
There’s also a black and white version for printing on coloured paper instead.
Follow these directions to print double-sided cards:
- Click on the printer icon or select File from the navigation bar, and select Print from the dropdown menu
- Select All
- Select Actual Size
- Select Print on both sides
- Select Flip on long edge
- Select Portrait
- Click the Print button
Be still my heart! We’ve got more Valentine’s Day activities and teaching resources to share a love of learning:
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