Valentine’s Day Math Activity

FREE valentines day printable I wasn’t sure what to title this activity because it’s a math game that results in and Valentine’s Day craft. You play the game then you can pass the finished heart on to someone you love. This is perfect for Valentine’s Day parties because the kids are engaged and learning but there is still something cute to take home. You can make your own game board or print out ours for free here.

Gather your materials. You will need the heart game boards, some dice, heart stickers, and scissors. math game for valentines day

The rules of the game are simple. You roll the dice and add the two numbers together. If you have that number on your heart you cover it with a sticker. If you are having a hard time getting the higher numbers add a third die if time is short. Similarly if you are having a tough time getting smaller numbers simply use one die. valentine's day math game printable

My daughter was so into this game. Simple addition like this is really starting to stick with her and she was eager to show off her counting skills. math game FREE printable

My son thought it was for babies. He is great at math and it was too easy. I thought he’d still want to play but I missed the mark on this one for him. Instead of forcing him to play after a long day at school I told him to cover all the numbers and cut it out. So he did. In our house you have to do your homework but activities like this aren’t a must. FREE math game printable

While he was cutting my littlest math whiz was rolling away solo and loving it. MATH printable for valentines dayI did have to remove one die to finally roll that number two. But she did it! All the numbers were covered . math game for kindergarten valentines day

After she was done I cut the heart out for her and they are on our fridge ( you can see them in this post from last week ). math game for vday

What do you have planned for Valentine’s Day? I think we are going to have heart shaped tortilla pizzas and watch a movie together.

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