A variety of Valentine’s Day math activities using colored candy hearts plus two pages with sentence guidelines and one blank page. These differentiated and fun worksheets are suitable for different K-3 grade level students. There are 13 pages of worksheets
1. Candy Hearts Sorting
Sort your candy hearts into groups by color. Write the number of each color in the circle of the correct box.
2. Candy Hearts Data
Estimate how many candy heart pieces you have. Sort the candy hearts by color. Add the groups and then total.
3. Candy Hearts Data
My group got a bag of candy hearts. Our bag weighed _______________. First, I guessed that there were this many. Second, My group counted this many.
4. Candy Hearts Measurement
Use your candy hearts to measure the objects listed below.
5. Candy Hearts Math
Sort your candy hearts into groups. Answer the following questions. Add 10 to each of your candy heart colors groups. Subtract five from each of your candy heart color groups.
6. Candy Hearts Graph
Organize your candy hearts by color. Count each color and record your answer below.
7. Candy Hearts: Counting, Sorting, & Adding
Using your candy hearts, answer the following questions.
8. Candy Hearts Graph Math
Sort your candy hearts into groups by color. Answer the following questions. Solve the following math problems using the correct symbol: greater than, less than, or equal.
9. Candy Heart Fractions
After organizing your candy hearts, write a fraction for each color. For example, if you have 22 candy hearts and nine of them are yellow, the fraction of yellow of candy hearts is 9/22.
10. Full page sentence guidelines with a Candy Hearts border.
11. Half page of sentence guidelines with room for a drawing with a Candy Hearts border.
12. Blank sheet with Candy Hearts border.
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