Valentine’s Day Printables and Activities

It sure has been a very snowy week! Just as the good old groundhog predicted spring weather, here we are with our first two snowdays of the year in Connecticut, Friday and now today (Monday).

This week is going to be super busy! I am going to try to cram in President’s Day and Valentine’s Day activities. Did I mention we have half day on Friday? It’s going to be a busy one for sure!

I have been working on a couple of fun Valentine’s activities in these past days/ weeks.

First, here is a fun 10 frame math pack. It involves practicing counting using a 10 frame, adding to 10, and adding to make a 10. It includes practice pages, write the room, and also playing cards with 2 different differentiated games.

Valentine's Day 10 frame math. blog.printableprompts.com Valentine's Day 10 Frame Math.  blog.printableprompts.com

 

 

I also posted one of my favorite  type of math centers- Valentines’ Day Spin and Solve.

It includes full page color spinners (print, laminate, and attach a paper clip spinner with a brass fastener). There are 4 different spinners so you can differentiate for different groups. There are also a number of recording pages so you can choose the activity that is just right for your students. It includes adding, adding 3 numbers, fact families, and multiplication.

Spin and Solve- Valentines Day. blog.printableprompts.com  Spin and Solve- Valentines Day. blog.printableprompts.com

 

Lastly, I posted a freebie! This is a great activity to have displayed the week of Valentine’s Day.

It includes 10 write the room cards with mixed addition and subtraction within 10.

It is a great way to practice building fact fluency.

Valentine's Day Write the room {Freebie!} blog.printableprompts.com

 

And don’t forget about some oldie but goodies if you’re looking for Valentine’s Day resources!

Valentine's Day Printables. blog.printableprompts.com

 

And click the link below for another Freebie :-)

Valentines-color-by-math-fact

 

 

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