Two different Valentine's Day Project Based Learning math and division themed worksheets that your students will love. Supports critical thinking with authentic multiple step real life problems.
Worksheet 1: Students use division and interpret the remainders with multiple step Valentine's Day themed problems. Comes with answer key for teacher use.
Worksheet 2: Students complete a PBL activity using multiple step problems with decimals and fractions to purchase candy and different Valentine's Day presents. Students will be required to interpret the remainder, add, subtract, and multiply decimals and fractions. This activity does not have an answer key, due to students being able to choose their own unique problem!
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