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Valentine's Day Activities | EFL Worksheets

Valentine's Day Activities | EFL Worksheets

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We have put together a selection of great Valentine's Day activities to do with your English language learners. Not only are they fun, but these worksheets also help learners with idioms, synonyms and vocabulary surrounding the topic of love.  

The activities include a wordsearch, a 'synonyms for love' exercise, a 'love idioms' quiz and 'animal speed dating' along with teacher sheets for each. 

For even more activities, make sure to read our Top 10 EFL Classroom Activities for Valentine’s Day 2023 blog too.

Once you have completed your order you will receive an email with a PDF to download and print. 

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