Valentine’s Day themed activities are so fun! Here are 10 Valentine’s Day Math Activities for Young Children.
Roll and Fill game from Modern Preschool
All you need are pom poms, heart cookie cutters, and dice!
Valentine Shape Sorting from In My World
This could be used all year long and kids will love to put the mail through the slot.
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.
Candy Heart Sort and Graph from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Conversation hearts are so inexpensive and fun to count, graph, and eat!
Counting Puzzles from Planes and Balloons
Great for number identification and ordering from 1 to 20.
Heart Patterns from a Pocket of Preschool
You don’t have to use candy hearts on this one because she includes heart clipart to extend the pattern with.
Measuring with candy hearts from Little Bins for Little Hands
Predict how many candy hearts long something will be and then measure to find out.
Count and match from A Little Pinch of Perfect
I love how great these are for building number sense.
Heart Addition from Kindergarten Connection
This Valentine’s Day themed addition mat is the perfect visual for addition practice.
There are two versions of this free game. One uses one die and the other uses two dice.
We hope you love these Valentine’s Day Math Activities as much as we do!
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