FREE Valentine Hearts Alphabet Match

I know… It’s been a long time. A VERY long time. I planned to take a couple of weeks off from blogging in December, but I encountered some health probs mid-December and I had no choice but to give up some activities in order to get the rest I needed. One of those activities was doing “school work” with my little man, but now we are back into it!

First up, a lower and upper case letter matching activity. This was a good assessment for my little man! We did a hands-on activity first:

And then completed a worksheet too. Lots of fun for both of us πŸ™‚

If you’d like to do this activity, click on any of the photos to take you to my TpT store where you can download this cute freebie!

15 Responses to “FREE Valentine Hearts Alphabet Match”

  1. homeschoolingmommie says:

    Happy your feeling better. Yes, it’s a blessing MS was ruled out. Take your time because your health is top priority. Thanks for letting us know. Take care. πŸ™‚

  2. Hey, I like to pop in and see what cool things you and your family have been up to – I thought maybe – oh she’s just been so busy. It is scary when you don’t know what it wrong with your body. I also had some scary symptoms (numb left arm, sharp chest pain), but it turns out it’s just stress as well. We put so much pressure on ourselves. I agrees with what you say – we need to just calm down and make ourselves rest!!! LOL, it’s hard!! but family is first.

    GUESS WHAT?! I’m taking a year off next year (I am having a baby girl) – Due in July =D

    • Lavinia Pop says:

      Eeeek!!! How exciting!!! A baby girl! Oh wow! That is going to be lots of fun – AND you get to stay home πŸ˜›

      Stress and anxiety are the worst to deal with – I guess what it really comes down to is having your priorities right πŸ™‚

  3. Shawna Krauth says:

    Scary! Glad that wasn’t MS!

  4. Marie says:

    I am so happy to hear of your “all clear”! Take time to enjoy your family- know that your are supported in all you do to help us on our schooling adventures when you are able. You are in our prayers.

  5. Daniel Abeyta says:

    I’m glad you’re getting the rest you need. Thank you for your honesty. As teachers, it is so easy to over-do it. You have no idea how timely your words from this post are for me and my peers here at Petree Elementary School (Winston Salem, North Carolina). God bless and keep you.

  6. Amber Stumpe says:

    This is so cute, I love it!

  7. Shannon Rahming says:

    Hi Lavinia. Sorry to hear you aren’t doing so well. I can appreciate what you said about what stress can do to your body. So I do encourage you to rest up and take it easy (though it is hard to do when there are so many things to do and ideas to create!;)
    I saw this and downloaded it and my kids have a blast with it. Thank you. Thank you for your creativity and more importantly, sharing your work and ideas. I know Filip has a lot of fun whilst he is learning.
    But God is good and He will take care of you. Glad it’s not MS and I pray for your speedy recovery.

  8. Carmen Pesina says:

    Glad to hear you are feeling better! Thank you for sharing this adorable freebie. I know my students will love the turtles!

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