Holidays can be SO tricky to navigate, especially when teenage hormones are involved! Add in boxes of chocolate, balloons and giant fuzzy teddy bears and it's a recipe for little work getting done.

I asked some math friends if they had any fun, Valentine's Day-themed activities to keep students working on this highly distactible day. They sent over some great stuff, all of which you can see below.

Above is a linear equations hearts pennant where students graph and write the equations of linear functions n slope-intercept form. And here is a photo my friend Mandy at

**Math Dyal**sent to me.

Mandy's students completed the activity and used the hearts to decorate her classroom door (there are tabs on the hearts to hang them from string, too).

I also just recently made set of inequalities heart pennants.

And a set of multiplying and dividing mixed numbers hearts.

How fun would this Polynomial Valentine's Day coloring activity from

**Math Dyal**'s be during a polynomials unit in Algebra or Algebra 2?

My friend Kara from

**Learning Made Radical**sent this great photo of her Area of Triangles Color By Number.

And this one of a Slope From a Graph Color By Number activity.

My friend from

**Secondary Math Shop**has this great Pythagorean Theorem Puzzle. She is absolutely amazing when it comes to Geometry.

How super cute is this adding and subtracting fractions chain of hearts activity from

**Miss Math Dork**? I love this photo so much and know kids would love making this chain to decorate their classrooms for Valentine's Day.

This Valentines Day factoring trinomials activity from Amanda at

**Free to Discover**couldn't have come at a more perfect time. I know what my Algebra 2 students will be doing this week!

And here are some more Valentine's Day-themed activities to get us through this love-fueled day!

Thank you for compiling this awesome collection of resources! Great ways to make math practice meaningful and fun while celebrating Valentine's Day. :)

ReplyDeleteThank you Amanda! And I LOVE your Valentine's Day factoring activity! Perfect timing with our current unit!

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