Happy Valentine's Day from Math-Drills.Com! This page includes Valentine's Day math worksheets decorated with Valentine's Day symbols on math topics such as patterning, multiplying and dividing. These worksheets cover some basic topics that you might want to review the week or day of Valentine's. We hope you appreciate the extra love that we put into these worksheets. Anyone can catch your eye, but it takes someone special to catch your heart.
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Various Valentine's Day Math Worksheets
Valentine's Day Word/Story Problems
A unique set of word problems that challenge students in a variety of math topics. They can be used at different levels depending on your students' abilities.
Valentine's Day Geometry and Graph Paper
What better way to say, "I love you," than with a creative design on a piece of our Valentine's Day Graph Paper. We started you off with candies, roses and a card ... you do the rest. Maybe you would like to use the graph paper to make a new avatar for your sweetheart or a golden rectangle to show their beauty. The Cartesian Art was made with love, literally in one case.
Valentine's Day Comparing and Ordering Numbers Activities
The Hundred Chart Puzzle is a teacher-led activity that challenges students to use their knowledge of number order to complete a puzzle that results in a writing prompt or perhaps a letter to a friend. The Valentine's Day Cards activities uses some authentic situations to encourage students to complete word problems related to comparing and ordering numbers.
Valentine's Day Patterning Worksheets
The Valentine's Day Patterning worksheets help students recognize and continue picture patterns with various attributes. For some students, you may want to cut out the answer boxes from the second page and let them place/glue the pictures into the correct places.
Valentine's Day Counting Worksheets
Miscellaneous Valentine's Day math worksheets
This section includes some more eclectic math worksheets including Cupid's Route activities that are similar to the famous traveling salesman problem. There are possibilities for cross-curricular extensions with Cupid's Route as it is set in Ancient Rome, uses mapping, including links to custom Google maps and can be the basis for creative writing projects.
Valentine's Day Arithmetic Worksheets
Valentine's Day math worksheets for practicing addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Operations with Math Hearts
These math worksheets are as sweet as candy hearts, but without the tooth decay. These worksheets include a unique candy heart in the second position of every question, so students have to figure out questions like, "What do I have to add to 9 to get 16?" Even though these worksheets are technically pre-algebra, that should not turn you off using them with any level of students. The two additional questions at the end might require a little direction at first as students may not connect that they determined the values of the candy hearts in those questions earlier on and have to look up what each one is worth by searching for it in the earlier questions.
Valentine's Day addition
For students who need a little help adding some love to their life, try these Valentine's addition worksheets. Find out how many chocolates are in the candy box with the Chocolates Mystery addition worksheets.
Valentine's Day multiplication
Multiply your love with these math worksheets that review the multiplication facts from 1 to 12.
Valentine's Day mixed operations
The mixed operations math worksheets include 50 questions on each page and a scoring system that uses hearts. There is nothing better than mixed operations to deal with mixed emotions.
Cupid's Missing Digits
Cupid has been practicing his bow skills on these math worksheets, not realizing they were needed for school. Can your students help repair the questions by filling in the digits that are missing from each question? The missing digits worksheets might confuse students even more than love does. There is nothing to worry about, however, because they will figure out both if they persevere.