These Valentine’s Day Centers for Math & Literacy are perfect for February learning in your classroom!
This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
Print, laminate and cut out these Valentine’s Day Centers.
We have included a variety of resources so that you can find options that meet the needs of all of your students!
Scroll to the very bottom of this post for additional links to other free center sets we have created.
You will find the link to download all of the free Valentine’s Day Centers at the bottom of this post. Just look for the bold purple words.
The following math centers are included:
Count the Hearts
Two pages where students simply count the number of items and write the correct numeral in the box.
Roll & Cover
This can be an independent activity or a partner game. Students roll a die and then use a chip to cover the correct number on the board. For partners, the first one to cover all the numbers is the winner. We have included a second version where students are asked to roll two dice instead of one.
Ten Frames Cards
These cards contain ten frames representing the numbers 1 – 20. Students can use them as flashcards or with the number matching cards described below.
These matching cards contain numerals, number words, tally marks and pictures. They can be used for a simple matching game center or even a one-on-one assessment. Includes the numbers 1 – 10.
Fill in the Missing Number
Students use their counting skills to fill in the numbers between two others.
Complete the 100s Chart
There are four versions so students can choose the just-right version for them.
Three sets of cards for students to practice counting by 2s, 5s and 10s. We have made sorting the cards easy by using a different background for each set. (We have included a wide range of numbers so that you can easily modify this center to fit your students.)
Students need a partner and each needs 10 markers. Provide the pair with 2 dice and chips to play.
Students will practice adding 10 to numbers.
Two versions, the first has 1 more/less and 10 more/less along with a board for 10 more/less and 100 more/less.
The following literacy centers are included:
Fry Word Practice Cards
If your students are ready, you could use these cards for reading practice. Print two sets for a simple matching game, or use the present cards for a partner game. Shuffle all the cards and place them in a basket. Students pick a word, and if they can read it aloud then they get to keep the card. If they get an Oops! card then they have to put back one of their cards or give one to the other player.
Roll & Read
Use the Fry cards for this game. Place three cards on the board. Students roll a die and read the word under the corresponding number. Once they have read the word they can replace it with another Fry card.
Roll & Write
This is the done the same way as Roll & Read except students use the recording sheet to practice reading AND writing the word that goes with the number they roll.
Write the Missing Letter
Students write in the beginning letter sound for each picture.
You can choose to laminate and cut the cards apart to put on a ring for fluency practice. Or, place in a stack and have students select a sentence. They then use the recording page to copy and then illustrate the sentence they choose.
Valentine’s Word Wall
A Valentine’s Day themed word wall that can be placed at a writing center along with the recording page. Students can choose words to help them write a sentence.
Write the Room Activity
Use the cards of the first page to write six words you want the students to practice. (We suggest you use a dry-erase or Vis-a-vis marker so that you can use the cards more than once if you like.) The second page is a recording sheet for students. They find the corresponding number in the room and move to that spot to copy and read whatever word is on the card. (You might think about clip boards for your students to use for this activity.) This is a great way to incorporate movement into your daily Word Work.
You can download the Valentine’s Day Centers here:
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