These Valentine’s Day addition fact practice games are designed to offer basic fact practice in a fun and engaging format!
Use these Valentine’s Day addition fact practice games this February to add to your collection of free classroom resources.
We are always looking for new ways to help students with math fact fluency.
This set of math fact practice games is designed to meet that need in classrooms or for at home practice!
The Valentine’s Day themes also make these perfect for adding a little fun as kids enjoy February activities.
These 12 free Valentine’s Day themed games are designed to give your students practice with addition facts. They are divided into 0s-5s, 0s-10s and 0s-12s with four different themes.
Along with heart themed boards, you will also find a set with just candy and no hearts for those classrooms who don’t celebrate Valentine’s Day.
These Valentine’s Day addition fact games make a great math center or even some at-home practice with a parent.
To play, students need a partner and crayon. Children take turns finding and coloring three boxes to form a fact. The board is designed for facts to be found up, down, forwards and backwards. The final child to color a fact is the winner.
Even though it is not necessary, we like to have each partner choose a different color. This way we can go back and check fact accuracy if we are worried about a particular student. If you plan on doing this, have students write their names in the color they used at the top of the paper. (We would not collect and grade this game but use it as math fact mastery evidence if needed for a given student.)
Another option for repeated game play is to print on white or color card stock and laminate for durability. Provide students with dry erase or vis-a-vis markers to play.
You can download this free Valentine’s Day addition fact practice set here:
Find a Fact Valentine Addition Collection
You might also like our addition facts timed test collection: Timed Tests.
This post also includes links to additional free addition games provided by The Curriculum Corner.
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