Use these FREE Emoji Conversation Heart Printables for your Valentine’s Day celebration. These are hands-on, interactive, and oh so much fun! Check them out below!
I was so excited when I found these Emoji Conversation Hearts that I HAD TO create some free printables. And so here are some Free Emoji Conversation Heart Activities for you to use with your preschool, kindergarten, and first grade students. (This post includes Amazon affiliate links for your shopping convenience).
I found both the conversation hearts and M&M’s at Target in the Valentine’s Day section. The conversation hearts can be ordered on Amazon, but they are pretty expensive so I would suggest just checking your local stores instead. The M&M’s I have been unable to find online.
The conversation hearts come with lots of different emojis and the typical colors. What I love about these is you can differentiate by having kids work with the different colors or they can actually work with the different emoji faces. (I have to be honest though, the emoji faces can be tricky to see).
The M&M’s I think are seasonal at Target only. They come with 4 prints and one of those is a hashtag. They are only yellow as you can see.
And so my friend from Primary Playground and I wanted to make you some free printables to use these amazing little match manipulatives with. All of these printables can be used with both the conversation hearts and M&Ms.
Sorting. Since the sets come with lots of different ways to sort them, I gave you two setups.
What I love about the conversation heart ones is that you can sort by color or emoji. (If you do by color, you will have some extra circles).
And since most kindergarten classrooms are really focusing on addition, we made you a free spin and add activity students can use the emojis as manipulatives.
And I did not want to leave writing out. And so what I do with these is before they kids can eat the emoji, they have to write a sentence. (We could not get the emojis to match exactly, but you should still be able to make it work).
To get the above free printables, keep reading.
Jenette over at Primary Playground has made some adorable ten frames for you. There is really so much you can do with these. Click here to here to grab those freebies.
And if you love emojis, we also have these Emoji Mini Eraser Activities. We found these emoji mini erasers on Amazon here, but they are larger than the mini erasers you would get at Target. I have heard that you can find some at Five Below if you have one of those close to you. Here’s a peek at what activities it includes. (PS – you can surely use these activities too with your conversation hearts or M&M’s).
And even better, if you own the Endless Mini Eraser Bundle, it is already included there. If this is you, all you need to do is download the file again from TpT and the activities will appear.
There you have it. A ton of activities to use with emojis! Oh, almost forgot your Simply Kinder Freebie.