Valentine’s Busy Book

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This Valentine’s Day, spark your Child’s imagination with a special Printable busy book that celebrates love!

With this Valentine’s Printable busy book, you’ll be able to introduce concepts such as counting, Patterns, shapes, and colours in an interactive way that helps children explore their creativity.

If you are Looking for a Basic Learning Binder to Go Throughout the Year check out Stage 1 Busy Book.

Look Inside the Valentine Busy Book

Busy books are a fun way to keep kids entertained and engaged while learning important skills along the way.

Like every other Holiday book that I created, this one also has 11 Unique Activities but with a Valentine’s theme. Here is a  video of all the Activity pages from the Busy book.

How to make the Busy Book?

  • Get the Busy Book Printable
  • Print the Activity Pages, Laminate them and Organise them in a File folder.
  • Laminated and Cut out the Pieces in the Cutout pages. Affix them using Self Adhesive velcro dots.

Here is a Detailed article on how to make a Busy Book + Tools and Supplies needed.

11 Activities from the Valentine Busy Book

Our Busy Books are designed to help children learn and grow in various ways, Begins with shape and colour matching and progressively introduces them to more complex activities.

Colour matching valentine Busy book page
Valentine’s Day Match by colours Activity

As kids navigate the book, they will be presented with increasingly difficult challenges, helping them develop their problem-solving skills and expand their knowledge.

Shape bees to shape roses matching activity - Valentine busy book page
Valentine’s Day Match by Shapes
Valentine vehicles sorting by direction - Valentine busy book page
Valentine’s Day Direction Sorting Activity

Every page is full of colourful Illustrations so that kids can have a fun time while grasping new concepts.

These Heart Puzzle pages encourage them to think and consider multiple perspectives. They carefully examine each piece, observing patterns and colours for precise placement.

This Fosters a mindset that values creative problem-solving.

Complete the valentine puzzle - Valentine busy book page
Complete the Heart Puzzle by matching the hearts in the right space.

The Valentine busy book has two fun activities featuring number identification and counting. Learning numbers is always fun with these interactive busy book pages.

Valentine count and match - valentine busy book page
Count the items and match the number
Valentine's number Counting - valentine busy book page
Identify the number and Fill in the box

This Letter matching Busy book page helps kids to Practice Uppercase Alphabet

Alphabet practice - valentine busy book page
Valentine Letter matching

Who loves chocolates? All kids do! This will be an awesome way to practice visual discrimination. And this page offers a lot of room for Independent play like Shop or Kitchen Pretend Play!

Visual discrimination – Match the chocolates


Animal couples matching

Here is a fun way to improve a child’s Logical reasoning skills. Matching the everyday things that go together.

Match the things that go together

And the last page is a fun page where kids dress up the dolls with dresses in red and pink. There are also a few props that you can add! My daughter certainly loves this page.

Have you seen the dress-up pages in other holiday books?

Valentine dress up

The book is suitable for both Toddlers and preschoolers. This book is a great tool to learn about Numbers, letters, shapes, colours, and emotions in a playful way.

This book provides plenty of opportunities for parent-child bonding moments too! So what are you waiting for? Get started creating your own today!

Get the Valentine Busy Book

Get ready for some memorable Valentine’s Day activities for young ones or the whole family to enjoy.

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