LittleMan and I were at the shop recently and looking at his options for the upcoming homeschool Valentine exchange when it dawned upon us that it had all been done before. Ninja turtles, Star Wars, all of it. And while he loves his fandoms, LittleMan really wanted something to reflect his love of science. So I offered to help him make some that showcased his interests.
And so, with LittleMan’s help, today is day eight of a 14 day series of Free Printable Valentines for Science Geeks. Today’s Valentine is all about human lungs!
There are three versions, each with 4 different fun facts about lungs on the back.
You can simply download, print, cut along the outer grey lines, fold down the inner grey line, have your children sign their name and give the Valentines out as is. Or you can do what we did and use a little double sided tape to stick a lollipop in the middle of the card.
If you’re going for a candy-free Valentine then perhaps a pencil or a heart shaped bracelet might fit your bill.
Be sure to come back tomorrow (and every day for the next week) to get the rest of the free printable Valentines cards for science geeks in this series!
Be sure to check out my STEM Saturday co-hosts!
Ice Cube Igloo STEM Project from Preschool Powol Packets
DIY Engineering Project Kit from The Homeschool Scientist
How To Transform Play into Extraordinary Investigations from Handmade Kids Art
Ice Heart Science and Art | STEAM for Valentine’s Day from The Science Kiddo
Sorting Conversation Hearts | Quick Toddler Activities from Lemon Lime Adventures