This Valentine’s Day Maths packet includes Valentine cupcake roll a number, four number line puzzles, and Valentine’s Day chocolate kisses memory matching game. These are perfect play based learning activities to add to your Valentine’s Day themed math center. Children will learn number recognition, learn colour recognition, and practice fine motor skills.
For Valentine’s cupcake roll a number, make a copy for each student. You may laminate to use again if you wish. Allow children to roll dice. Allow children to count the dots on their dice. Allow children to decorate their Valentine cupcake with candies. They may use real candies such as conversation hearts, or they may use foam stickers or mini erasers to decorate. Encourage the children to put the same number of candies on their cupcake as the number that they rolled.
Valentine’s Day number line puzzles come in Valentine owls and Valentine teddy bear. Both owl and teddy bear puzzles come with numbers 1 to 10 and numbers 11 to 20. Laminate the puzzles. Cut the puzzles down the lines. Place whichever puzzle you wish to use in your maths station. Allow children to put the puzzle together by lining up the numbers in correct numerical order.
For Valentine’s Day chocolate kisses memory matching game, allow children to match the chocolate kisses by color. Make two copies of each chocolate kiss card. Laminate and cut out the cards. The chocolate kisses come in blue, green, orange, yellow, pink, purple, red, grey, and white. Encourage children to make matches by finding kisses that are the same colour.
This resource has eight pages worth of activities. Most of the cards and puzzles are two to a page.