Valentine’s Day Math Activities for Kids

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Developing math skills isn’t something that kids usually want to do, so why not make it fun with these Valentine’s Day math activities instead?

These colorful Valentine-themed worksheets aren’t the same boring everyday school worksheets that kids might be used to. This set of Valentines math activities will have your kiddo having fun while they learn. In fact, they will probably want to do these Kindergarten and first grade educational worksheets again and again. 

This fun bundle includes addition practice, ten frames, number tracing, and counting 1-20 practice. 

Valentine's Day math worksheets

Valentine math printable worksheet bundle

You will get six pages of fun Valentine math worksheets in this bundle that will keep your children busy learning and practicing their math skills.

(2) Valentine 10 frames – Two different ten frames. One, count the number of hearts in the frame and write the number in the empty heart. Two, take the number in the heart and make the corresponding number of hearts in the frame.

Heart counters – Color the hearts to match the equation that makes up the number five. You can do this in two colors. Example: 3+2=5; color three hearts red and two hearts pink.

Heart counting 1-20 – fill in the missing numbers in order to get from number five to number twenty.

Teen number addition – Cut out the (teen) number squares and glue them next to the ten frame that adds up to the number.

Valentine number tracing – Trace the numbers on the worksheet to get practice writing them.

What you will need

There aren’t any special supplies you need to complete these worksheets. You likely already have everything you need at home.

To purchase

You can click the image to purchase this adorable set ofValentine’s Day math activities from my Etsy store. This set is also FREE for email subscribers.

Valentine math

While your child is working on these Valentine’s Day math activities, you could make it even more fun by following it up with a fun Valentine’s Day kids’ paper craft or some Valentine treats.

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