February Ideas for Kindergarten
Are you looking for fun and purposeful February Ideas for Kindergarten? I’ve got you covered whether you are teaching remotely or in-person. February just so happens to be my favorite teaching month. Yet, it is one of the busiest months with all of the holidays – Groundhog Day, 100th Day, Valentine’s Day, and Presidents’ Day! It’s funny that the shortest month has so many things packed into such little time! I wanted to design a bundle full of low and no prep resources to help you integrate these holidays into your kindergarten or first grade curriculum. Included in this monthly MEGA bundle are bulletin boards, writing activities, teacher and student Valentines, science, math, journal prompts, and so much more…
My February Mega Bundle now includes 11 of my best selling resources…
1. GROUNDHOG DAY FUN PACKET & BULLETIN BOARD BUNDLE
This set includes craft templates, differentiated writing options for k-2, voting ballots, math (graphing predictions), a grammar worksheet on groundhog adjectives, and a Groundhog Day song. Because Groundhog Day falls on a Sunday this year, be sure to have your students cast their ballots during the last week of January. My kids love this unit each year!
2. VALENTINE’S DAY WRITING BUNDLE
This writing packet is designed for beginner writers and includes folded Valentine card templates, a Valentine 5 Senses writing page, How to Make a Valentine mini-books, differentiated custom heart writing templates, and a BONUS morning work heart color word page. These activities are perfect for Writing Centers as students can do most of them independently at this point in the year.
3. FEBRUARY NO PREP JOURNAL PROMPTS PACKAGE
This monthly journal prompt resource features beginner writing paper with a writing checklist, 30 prompts, and 2 formats. They are perfect for writers in kindergarten and 1st! Writing Workshop for the month is complete at the touch of a button! My monthly journals have been featured in the TPT Blog and have gotten excellent client reviews. What I love most about using them is that no matter how busy our day gets, we always write every single day thanks to having the journals on hand. You can also use some of the prompts as individual worksheets at your Writing Center!
4. VALENTINE’S DAY SCIENCE 5 SENSES MINI-BOOKS
These mini-books are a great way to integrate writing and science in your Kindergarten and 1st grade classroom. Choose from 4 differentiated formats. After a read aloud of your favorite Valentine’s Day story, have your students write about what they see, hear, smell, touch, and taste around the holiday!
5. VALENTINE’S DAY SLOW MUCH FUN SLOTH WRITING FLIP CRAFT Bulletin Board Bundle
This Sloth Slow Much Love resource will not disappoint! It may have been my favorite bulletin board of the year last school year. It’s just that cute! It includes options for creating a Valentine or keepsake for Mom, Dad, or someone special. Send one home, or use the lettering to create a bulletin board display in your classroom. All craft templates are included to create the sloth shown in the preview photos along with your choice of wording for Valentine’s Day / Mother’s Day / Father’s Day cover options, differentiated heart writing paper templates, and BONUS bulletin board lettering!
6. SLOTH VALENTINES for TEACHERS & STUDENTS
If you love ALL THINGS SLOTHS, you will love these NO PREP printable Sloth Valentines for teachers or students to distribute this Valentine’s Day. Print 2 or 4 per page. These are perfect for teachers in any grade or for students pre-k, kindergarten, first, second, or third grade!
7. LINCOLN PRESIDENTS’ DAY WRITING & BULLETIN BOARD
This differentiated writing and craft includes 6 options of writing hats for beginner to advanced writers in kindergarten, first grade, or second grade. Both the hat and beard templates are print and go! Just copy onto white card stock, and let the students do the rest! No tracing patterns or construction paper required. Also included is an American flag template.
8. WASHINGTON PRESIDENTS’ DAY WRITING & BULLETIN BOARD
Several differentiated options of writing templates are included for beginner to advanced writers in kindergarten, first grade, or second grade. Pair writing with Washington craft templates. My kinders really enjoyed this one last year! They especially loved the paper twirling part!
9. My 100th DAY of SCHOOL MEGA BUNDLE
A bundle within a bundle…My 100th Day MEGA Pack has all the NO PREP resources you need for your Hundredth Day celebration in kindergarten or first grade! Bundle includes 20 activities for math, literacy, writing, centers, and art. Some of the customer favorites in this set include a 100th Day Class Book and If I had $100 writing.
10. HEART-HEART-WHOLE Valentine’s Day Math Center and Bulletin Board
Teach your students about number bonds or “part-part-whole” with this fun Valentine’s Day themed Math Activity. This resource includes bulletin board header lettering, craft templates, center materials, and a recording sheet. My kids loved this one last year, and yours will too!
11. February Math Journal
Newly added to this bundle, this monthly math journal includes math activity pages for the entire month. Students work on counting on, place value, ten frames, addition, story problems, number bonds, 1 to 1 correspondence, and greater than/ less than.
Resources for In-Person, Hybrid, or Remote Learning
While many of these resources were originally designed for in-person instruction, I have easily adapted them for remote learning. Currently, I am doing a mix of in-person /hybrid with live streaming and one remote day each week. The two resources below, my monthly writing and math journals, have been life-savers for me during all of the back and forth this year. Each provides enough pages for the entire month!
You can access all of my February Ideas for Kindergarten in my February MEGA Bundle of No and Low Prep Resources!
Snag this February FREEBIE!
If you are looking for a cute and easy idea for Valentine holders, download my FREEBIE Heart Holders. I do these every year. It saves parents time of creating a box, and they look amazing.
Snag this FREEBIE when you join the Kindergarten Korner Free Resources Library!
I hope that this post has given you some ideas for February Ideas in Kindergarten. If you try any of these, I would love to hear from you!