Valentine’s Day Math

Valentine’s Day is almost here! I have a lot of Valentine’s Day math packets, puzzles, games, and centers in my TPT store now that I’ve been on TeachersPayTeachers for about a year and a half.

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I LOVE math centers and use them on a a weekly basis in my classroom. To make my life a little easier, I’ve started to create Third Grade Monthly Math Centers for each month of the year. Click here for the February Math Centers. 

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Last year, I created some Valentine’s Day puzzles that my class cannot get enough of. They are so stinkin’ cute!

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The cool part about the Valentine’s Day math puzzles is you can print them on colored paper and go, have students color them first, or have students create their own Valentine’s Day puzzle!

These links will take you to each set of puzzles:

Valentine’s Day Multiplication Puzzles

Valentine’s Day Division Puzzles

Valentine’s Day Addition Puzzles

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I also created a spiral review packet for both third grade and kindergarten students for Valentine’s Day. Each page contains a fun fact about Valentine’s Day too! Here they are in action!

You can get part of each of these for FREE too!

Kindergarten Valentine’s Day Math Packet FREEBIE!

Third Grade Valentine’s Day Math Packet FREEBIE!

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The last Valentine’s Day item I have in my teacherspayteachers store is a game called “Let’s Decorate Valentines!” and it’s a LOT of fun! Each time a child gets a question correct, they get to add decorations to their Valentine. The first student to get ten decorations on their card wins the game!

The best part about this game is you can reuse with any set of task cards you have!

I have this game available in my store for over 30 skills!

Click this link to check them all out 🙂

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Are you doing anything special with your class to celebrate Valentine’s Day this year? My class has been tracked-out (on vacation!) for the last three weeks so our first day back will be February 13th. I am super excited to put these games out as math centers next week!

I hope you and your class have  a wonderful Valentine’s Day filled with love and laughter!

 

 

 

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