ZnS:Mn Quantum dots (QDs) excess of [S2-] were synthesized by the wet chemical precipitation method with an average diameter of 3.9 nm. Temperature dependence photoluminescence measurements of ZnS:Mn QDs excited at 330nm only show a clear broad emission band with peak at ～595nm assigned to the 4T1→6A1 transition within the 3d5 configuration of Mn2+ in QDs. Through the temperature dependence of emission intensity, emission energy and full widths at half maximum (FWHM), the mechanisms are analyzed to explain the temperature behavior of Mn2+ emission observed here reasonably. The Mn2+ emission intensity decreases with increasing temperature. And the blue shift of the Mn2+ emission energy increase is also observed for increasing the temperature. Furthermore, the FWHM shows weak temperature dependence below 110 K and shows an increase with temperature increasing above 110 K. Consequently, the intrinsic mechanisms of temperature dependence photoluminescence are investigated.