This bundle contains ten math centers that are perfect for the month of February!
Third grade students will enjoy the Valentine themed math centers that spiral review skills previously learned earlier in the year. You save 66% when you buy the bundle (ten math centers for 10 dollars).
3rd Grade Table of Contents
Pg. 3-16: Grab It: Valentine’s Edition (Geometry)
pg. 17-26: Valentine’s Day Line Them UP (Patterns)
Pg. 27-39: Mason Jar Flowers (Properties)
Pg. 40-51: Valentine Envelope Sort (Add and Subtract)
Pg. 52-59: Molly’s Challenge (Area)
Pg. 60-66: Valentine City (Mult. And Div. Unknown Factors)
Pg. 67-84: QR Code Mystery Phrases (Rounding)
Pg. 85-93: Chocolate Frenzy (Multiplication Facts)
Pg. 94-103: Valentine Puzzles (Word Problems)
Pg. 104-130: Let’s Decorate Valentines! (Perimeter)
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Grab It: Valentine’s Edition (Geometry)
Students play a geometry game where each rectangle matches with a circle love bug shape! Students lay down all of the circles and have to be the first one to grab the corresponding shape that goes with the card!
Valentine’s Day Line Them Up (Patterns)
Students play in teams to line up the patterns as quickly as possible to win the game. Both teams are given a "start" card that has a heart themed multiplication pattern on it. Once students figure out the answer, they line that card up under the "start card". Students keep lining up the cards until they reach the finish! Each team has the same questions, but the questions have been given in a different order to avoid peeking eyes from other teams.
Mason Jar Flowers (Properties)
Students lay out all of the mason jars on the floor which have a multiplication distributive property equation labeled on them. Students have to find the rose that matches each distributive equation when broken up into smaller equations. Finally, students write the answer to each equation on each flower too! I have also used this in my classroom as a partner matching activity. I give each student a rose or a mason jar and they have to find the partner that matches up with them!
Valentine Envelope Sort (Add and Subtract)
There are four cute kids holding envelopes. Students have to figure out which envelopes belong to each kid. Students add or subtract multi-digit numbers to figure out each answer and then give the envelope to the correct kid.
Molly’s Challenge (Area)
Molly's received lots of Valentines from her classmates. Students have to help Molly figure out what the area is of each envelope to help Molly complete her teacher's challenge!
Valentine City (Mult. And Div. Unknown Factors)
Valentine City is filled with happiness and hearts! The only problem is that no one knows which buildings go where! Help the citizens of Valentine City put their buildings back in place by solving multiplication and division unknown factor problems and putting things right!
QR Code Mystery Phrases (Rounding)
Three messages included! Students round the number on each card to figure out the answer. Then, they scan the QR code on the card to figure out the "secret letter". They put the "secret letter" on the answer on the mystery phrase page. When all cards are solved, it will spell out a Valentine's Day themed mystery phrase!
Chocolate Frenzy (Multiplication Facts)
Students put all cards inside a non-see through bag. Each student pulls a card out of the bag. If it's a chocolate, they answer the multiplication fact. If it's a snowball, they have to put ALL of their cards earned back into the bag and start all over. Whoever has the most cards at the end of the game wins! It's a game of chance and you never know who's going to come out on top!
Valentine Puzzles (Word Problems)
These puzzles are not your ordinary puzzles! Students are given a game board that has word problems on it. As students find the answer to each question on the game board, they match the picture that goes with it by placing it on top. As the students solve more questions, a picture will form. When the puzzle is complete, the picture will be too! There are TWO puzzles included (total of 18 questions!).
Let’s Decorate Valentines! (Perimeter)
Each time a student finds the perimeter of a question card, they get to add something special to their Valentine's Day card. Students can also choose a chance card that can be good or bad for themselves (chance of the draw!). Students have to be the first one to get 10 decorations on their Valentine's Day card to win the game.
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February Math Centers:
February Math Center: Grab it! (Geometry)February Math Center: Line Them Up (Patterns)February Math Center: Mason Jar Flowers (Distributive Property)February Math Center: Valentine Mail (Add and Subtract)February Math Center: Molly’s Challenge (Area)February Math Center: Valentine City (Unknown Factors)February Math Center: Valentine QR Code Mystery Phrases (Rounding)February Math Center: Chocolate Frenzy (Multiplication Facts) February Math Center: Word Problem Puzzles (Multiplication and Division)February Math Center: Let’s Decorate Valentines (Perimeter)GET THE BUNDLE AND SAVE 50%!
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