Valentine Math Activities 0

Good morning, How are you today? Can you believe Valentine’s is right around the corner? Charlie and I are busy getting ready for our party and will be making cookies this week. But I didn’t want to leave out time for lessons. So this morning we will be checking out the Valentine Math Activities below. As taking time to play a game or two still allows us to learn while having fun and creating new memories.
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A Valentine’s Day idea to do Math with Candy Conversation Hearts
Age Range: 5-11 (Grades K-6, with parental supervision)
Here are some Valentine’s Day Math Activities for you and your kids to enjoy.
You’ll need a box of conversation candy hearts to use this classroom activity for learning estimation, sorting, counting, addition, and graphing. At the top of the page, it says this activity is for grades 2-3, but this activity can be easily tweaked for younger children as well.

And here are a couple of other sites:

Valentine’s Day Word Problems – word problems about the cost of candy and Valentine’s gifts (about grades 3-5)

Printable Valentine Dominoes – Dominoes are great tools to help with learning math in grades K-6. Print out this set and then use them to play Domino Math. Click here to get instructions.

I hope you enjoyed these Valentine Resources and if you know of other resources featuring Valentines please leave me a link so Charlie and I can check them out. As we love checking out all the wonderful items you and your children make.
Thank you,
Glenda, Charlie and David Cates
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