make these writing, math, science and informational text activities part of your Valentine's Day celebration this year. With this resource, you can let your students enjoy the fun of Valentine's Day while completing a variety of activities that keep them learning and engaged
Activities in this resource include:
Love Among the Robots: Students use logic to determine which members of the Robotics Club exchanged cards and what type of candy they shared on Valentine's Day.
Famous Couple Match-Up: Build student background knowledge with this activity that requires students to match up famous couples in history and literature. While the students are cutting and matching, you can lead a discussion about each pair.
Equivalent Fraction Match-Up: Students “repair” the broken hearts by matching equivalent fractions to bring the left and right pieces together.
Valentine’s Day Make-a-Word: Challenge your students to use the letters in Valentine's Day to make as many words as possible.
Informational Text: Valentine’s Day celebrations around the world.
The Language of Love: Students match different ways to say “I Love You” with the correct language.
It’s Not Valentine’s Day: Students can stretch their creative muscles and enjoy a break from “mushy love stuff” by creating new celebrations for February 14.
Circulation Station: Students read a paragraph about the process of circulation in the body and use the information given to label a diagram of the heart.
Heart and Blood Word Search: Students search the grid for words related to the heart and blood
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