Your students will love working on this engaging Valentine's Day Math Project before and after Valentine's Day! This project-based learning activity will have students planning the perfect (imaginary) classroom Valentine's party using a wide variety of math skills.
This is a great Valentine's Day Print and Go Math Packet! Simply print and get your students to work reviewing important math skills! It prints beautifully in color, but it also prints well in black and white!
This math project includes both a printable and DIGITAL, Google Slides version that can be used in Google Classroom for distance learning.
The skills reviewed in this math project include…
- Place Value
- Operations (Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication, Division)
- Includes Multi-Digit Multiplication & Long Division
- Money (Decimals)
- Problem Solving
- Multi-Step Problems
- Elapsed Time
- Data and Graphing
- Factors and Multiples
- Line Plots
Haven't covered all of the topics? Use what you need, toss what you don’t! *JUST PRINT!* Everything you need is here, and you need no additional supplies. I have also included a cover page to make this a personal project for each student.
You can use this Valentine's Day Math Activity individually, in partners, while working in centers, etc.
What's included in this Valentine's Day Math Project?
- Printable Valentine's Day Math Project
- A digital version created just for Google Slides – includes fun movable elements!
- METRIC VERSIONS of both the printable and digital projects.
- Answer Keys are included. (Some open-ended components do not have answer keys)
What Teachers Are Saying About This Valentine's Math Project…
“My students love projects, especially those that help them make connections to the real world. This project provided my students with challenges, but not so much that they gave up. They stayed engaged and loved being able to help their classmates get through more difficult parts. Thanks for the activity!” – Erin C.
“This was a wonderful tool to review some of our math concepts with a fun Valentine's Day theme! Sometimes it is difficult to find age appropriate work that still has holiday themes for our older elementary kids. They still very much love this stuff and are motivated to do math because of it.” – Emily S.
“What a fun way to incorporate Math activities that were standards' based on Valentines Day!” – Michelle M.
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