If you are looking for a fun VALENTINE'S DAY math activity...this product will be a wonderful resource!!!
This product is created to provide a fun way to practice PROBABILITY LANGUAGE during that lovely time of year called VALENTINE'S DAY!!
Included are 12 different problems for students to solve. I have students work with partners to encourage discussion and reflection. Scatter the cards/problems around the room prior to the activity. Pairs of students each start with one card/problem, solve the problem, and record the answer on their answer sheet (included). After a minute or two the teacher signals and students go on a scavenger hunt to find the next card. They look for their answer in the PREVIOUS ANSWER explosion at the top of the card. This works for self-checking as well as for moving students along.
These problems can also be projected for a bell ringer activity or warm up.
For a follow up, fall, fun activity I like to distribute small containers of conversation hearts or other valentine treats to partners (sometimes it’s counters, sometimes it’s candy treats). Then I have partners use the container and counters to create their own Valentine's Day probability statements to go along with their containers. A blank card is included for students to use to write their problem.