Celebrate Valentine’s Day with this free printable square matching puzzle. Can you assemble the pieces to form a 3×3 rectangle where the pieces match along each edge?

# Valentine's Day

Bring some mathy-fun to your classroom with these Valentine’s Day math activities and logic puzzles!

I created these math valentine conversation heart designs while creating my square math valentine puzzle. I decided I should share the original images in case anyone was looking for some fun printable math valentine posters to add a fun mathematical twist on Valentine’s Day decor in their classroom. Each of the four math valentine conversation …

This math valentine square puzzle combines cheesy mathematical valentines with a square edge-matching puzzle. Can you correctly assemble the pieces to create a 3×3 square? This math-themed Valentine’s Day puzzle was inspired by the classic 9-piece scramble squares puzzles which can be purchased with different themes. The goal of these puzzles is to assemble the …

Looking for a fun Valentine’s Day math puzzle? This pentominoes heart puzzle is sure to provide a fun and engaging Valentine’s puzzle experience. Can you create the given heart shape using a standard set of twelve pentomino pieces? Heart Puzzle Instructions The goal of this pentominoes heart puzzle is to construct the shape of a …

This printable heart tangram puzzle is perfect for engaging students on Valentine’s Day or any day of the year! The goal of this puzzle is to arrange the ten pieces to form a heart. When I saw a tweet from David Butler with a Valentine’s Day puzzle he created for his wife, I knew that …

Last month, I tried out a Valentine’s Jamboard Activity with all of my classes to help show appreciation to the various teachers/school employees in our building. We did this on a Friday after a week of being digital due to the ice/snowpocalypse. I thought it would be a nice change of pace from our daily …

Today I’m sharing the Cover the Heart Puzzle with you. It’s time to update y’all about the happenings of one of my favorite places in my classroom – the puzzle table. Even though Valentine’s Day was LAST week, I’ve got a bit of a Valentine/Heart themed puzzle out for my students to tackle this week. …

My chemistry students requested that we do something fun for Valentine’s Day. We haven’t done a lab in a while, so I put together a Conversation Hearts Lab. I saw that you could do the standard Dancing Raisins activity with conversation hearts, so I decided to try it out. It turns out I should have …

This year, I decided to have my students complete a special Valentine’s project. I realized a few weeks ago that this is the first year since I started teaching where I forgot (oops!) to have my students celebrate National Letter Writing Week in January. To make up for it, I decided to have my students …

Today was a kind-of snow day. We had school, but the majority of students left early. This led to my principal letting me leave early so I could make it home safely. I decided I should use a little of my extra time to try and write up a few blog posts. During my first …

Today I passed out my Parallel Lines Math Valentines that I made for my students with pixy stix. I found the card online via Pinterest. You can download your own copy of the card at love2learn2day. I downsized them to be closer to the size of a typical valentine. Thanks to my paper chopper, …

Since today is Valentine’s Day, I want to share the mobius strip activity I did with my students. I told my students that I had wanted to get them each a Valentine. But, I went to Wal-Mart, and they didn’t have any mathematical valentines. So, I handed each of my students a strip of colored …