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With the help of these enjoyable and captivating Valentine’s Day mystery pictures, you can help your children learn to recognize letters. These puzzle cards, which have a range of Valentine’s Day-themed images, are excellent for learning capital and lowercase letter identification. Students will play by matching the picture letter cards to either the all-caps or all-lowercase game mats that are provided. You can match the letters in one of four wayscapital to capital, capital to lowercase, lowercase to lowercase, or lowercase to capital, to produce the mystery picture. These puzzles are a fantastic way to reinforce key literacy skills while including some seasonal learning in your classroom. Get your set right away and see how much fun your students have while learning!


This Resource Includes:

  • 42 pages
  • 2 Valentines Day Puzzle mats (capital and lowercase)
  • 10 Valentines Day Mystery Puzzles include:
    • hugs and cupcake
    • balloons and gift
    • note and envelope
    • cupid and arrows
    • lovebirds
    • picture of Us and a rose
    • bouquet of flowers and Valentines Day card
    • chocolate covered strawberries and box of chocolates
    • pets
    • octopus
  • Each mystery puzzle has 4 versions
    • one puzzle in color with capital letters
    • one puzzle in color with lowercase letters
    • one puzzle in black and white with capital letters
    • one puzzle in black and white with lowercase letters
  • 4 ways to practice Alphabet Letter Matching
    • Capital letters to capital letters
    • Capital letters to lowercase letters
    • Lowercase letters to lowercase letters
    • Lowercase letters to capital letters
  • 2 ways to enjoy this product
    • Teacher laminates, cuts, and place in center for students to solve over and over again
    • Students cut, match, glue, color, and take home!
  • TIP: Instead of cutting the letters individually and having 26 puzzle pieces to match, cut them into larger and more manageable chunks for fewer puzzle pieces for the younger students to enjoy!


A Perfect Resource for:

  1. Kindergarteners
  2. First Graders
  3. Second Graders
  4. Homeschoolers
  5. Early Intervention


Ways to Use This Resource:

  1. Whole group
  2. Small groups
  3. Literacy/Alphabet Centers
  4. 1:1 instruction for early intervention
  5. Morning/Bell work
  6. Early finishers
  7. Busy bags


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