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10 Valentine’s Day Math Activities for Kindergarten

10 Valentine’s Day Math Activities for Kindergarten

Valentine’s Day Math activities for Kindergarten are so fun! These printable Valentine’s Math activities are so much fun can are a great way to practice Math skills in different ways. Use a Valentine’s Day Math activity in Math centers or for early finishers to get extra math practice in a fun way.


Valentine's Day Math Activities

Roll and Fill game from Modern Preschool

All you need are pom poms, heart cookie cutters, and dice! Roll the die and put the corresponding number of pom poms inside the cookie cutter shape. When the heart shape is full, you win! How many pom poms did it take to fill your shape all together? This fun heart game also strengthens fine motor skills because they are using a pincer grasp to pick up the pom poms one at a time.



Cute Valentine Shape Sorting from In My World

This sorting activity with a Valentine’s theme could be used all year long and kids will love putting the mail through the slot. It’s an extra fun way for Kindergarten students to practice identifying 2D shapes.



Heart Pattern Block Mats from Stay at Home Educator

Just print and put these out with the blocks to invite your child to create with them in a variety of ways with or without the mats with a valentine theme.



Candy Heart Sort and Graph from A Little Pinch of Perfect

This Valentine’s Day Math activity uses conversation hearts that are so inexpensive and fun to count, graph, and eat! I love getting the boxes of candy on sale after Valentine’s Day and working on this activity all month long.



Counting Puzzles from Planes and Balloons

This Valentines day puzzle is great for number identification and ordering numerals from 1 to 20.


Valentine's Day Math Activities


Heart Patterns from a Pocket of Preschool

One of my favorite Valentine’s Day Math printables because you don’t have to use candy hearts on this one (or you can). She includes paper hearts to extend the pattern with. 



Measuring with candy hearts from Little Bins for Little Hands

Predict how many candy hearts long something will be. Then, use hearts to measure and find out. This is an easy way to practice units of measurement in a hands on way and it’s lots of fun!



Count and match from A Little Pinch of Perfect

I love how great these Valentine Math activities are for building number sense. 



Addition Heart Activities from Kindergarten Connection

This is the perfect addition mat to use as a visual while working on basic addition facts. 



Valentine’s Day Dice Game

There are two different versions of this free Valentine Roll and cover game. One game board uses one die and the other uses two dice. This cookie themed game is a fun activity for young children!


We hope you love these Valentine’s Day Math Activities as much as we do! 


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