15 Valentine's Day Goodies!!

Valentine's Day isn't the same in middle school as it is in elementary school. No class parties, no candy exchanges, no special treats ...BUT what can be fun is including a little Valentine's Day inspired activity. All students still like to celebrate holidays, even if they are getting older and it is the holiday of love! ;)

Here is round up of some fun Valentine's Day inspired activities that you can add into your classroom this year! 

Two Versions - 1) Solving for 'x' only and 2) Solving for all 3 angles

In the forms; p(x+q)=r, p(x-q)=r, r=p(x+q) and r=p(x-q) 
using integers, fractions and decimals
2 Versions - Colored and Black/White

Here are some more great resources from some of my math friends! 

Shana over at Scaffolded Math and Science has these amazing 
math pennants that double as class decor!

Jennifer over at Smith Curriculum and Consulting has these fun activities below! Looking for more? Head on over to her TpT Store!

Amanda over at Free to Discover has a fun Valentine's theme 
activity that includes CCSS aligned stations! 

Mandy over at Math Dyal has a great self-checking coloring 
activity to practice Polynomial Operations!

activity for System of Equations! 

Hayley over at Activity After Math has this great 

Hopefully you found something from all of the above activities to include in 
your classroom this Valentine's Day! 

No comments

Post a Comment