Valentine's Day

February 14th is quickly approaching. I have been scouring the web and found some fun things to try in my classroom.  I figured I would share some things that I found along with some of my regular activities for any other last minute planners out there.

I fell in love with this quick paper craft from Crafty Morning.  I am a sucker for dogs, so I had to check it out!  You can find this craft and many others here.

Next, I found this perfect pizza Valentine craft from Crystal at Surviving a Teacher's Salary.  Who doesn't love pizza? 

We just finished a unit on fractions and I wove pizza throughout the unit.  I may have them create a whole pizza with a slice missing to review some fraction concepts.  I think my students would love this!

I came across this image while searching for crafts.  To see the original post click here.
It was originally intended to be used as a Mother's Day card.  But, as soon as I saw it, I thought about the book Wonder by R.J. Palacio.  I am reading it with my class right now and want to use this idea to create a Valentine's Day card with a kindness message.

STEM Activities
I love using holiday themed STEM activities in the classroom.  My class will complete a STEM project next week.  I have four Valentine's Day themed challenges all ready to go.
The challenge cards will be placed in a hat and each group will choose one to complete.  I can't wait to see how they solve the problems.

Math Activities
Math activities with a holiday theme are fun, too! There are a bunch out there!  I created a few to fit concepts that needed review in my classroom.  We are working on decimal concepts so this decimal matching game will be perfect.
If you'd like to see the rest of my Valentine resources click here.

What fun things do you have planned for Valentine's Day?


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