Use the numbers on the bear's heart on the left to fill in the hearts and complete the addition sums.
Valentine's Day Maths Worksheets
LOTS NEW! Our Valentine's Day maths worksheets will bring a bit of love to the classroom! From early learning and counting skills, through basic addition and subtraction, to times table fun we have lots for you to explore!
This cute Valentine's themed worksheet asks children to fill in the hearts to complete the simple division sums. They are tested on their 2, 3 and 5 times table.
This cute Valentine's themed worksheet asks children to fill in the hearts from a choice of numbers to complete the sums. This one features simple mutiplication sums.
The fourth of our cute fill in the heart worksheets is on subtraction. Children need to use the numbers on the bear's heart to complete the sums.
Print and assemble this simple heart number match file folder game, to encourage one on one correspondence, counting and number recognition.
Here's a number square with a difference - instead of a normal grid, we've got hearts! Of course that makes it perfect for Valentine's Day. Three variations below.
Learn about co-ordinates with this fun Valentine's Day printable activity. Just follow the instructions to colour in the squares and a special valentines picture will magically appear - if you get it right!
This co-ordinates worksheet has been specially designed for Valentine's Day. Colour the collect boxes on the grid and you will spell out the word "LOVE". Don't tell the kids what they will be discovering - leave it as a surprise!
Kids can count the hearts and learn their Valentine numbers! This printable is a large size for the classroom - one number per page.
These Valentine numbers flashcards print two to a page. We hope that the kids will have fun counting the hearts and learning their numbers!
Learn how to use a grid to scale an image with this Valentine scaling worksheet. Just copy what you see in each box to reproduce the heart at a larger size.
Can the kids replicate the second half of our heart with some careful drawing? We have two versoins of this Valentine symmetry worksheet - one with helpful grid and one without.
This Valentine's Day addition worksheet gives children practice on simple single digit addition sums.
This Valentines Day counting worksheet features colourful sets of hearts for young children to practise their counting skills on.
The third and hardest of our Valentine's Day counting worksheets asks children to count up the hearts by colour.
Print our Valentine's Day counting jigsaw, slice into strips along the dotted lines and arrange in order. We have either a colour or a black and white version for children to personalise by colouring in themselves.
Learn about graphs with this simple Valentine's Day workshop. Cut out the hearts to make a graph and then answer the questions.
Our maths facts worksheets are always popular. This one features single digit addition sums to solve and a Valentine's Day themed picture to colour.
The simplest games are the best and this Valentine's Day multiplication bump game is quick to learn and fun to play. Use it to bring a bit of fun to practising the 10 times table.
Practise the 11 times table this Valentine's Day with our fun printable multiplication bump game. All you need is our game board, dice and some counters.
Even if children need prompting with the sums, they will still have fun playing the Valentine's Day multiplication bump 12 times table game. The more they play, the more they will practise and remember.
Practise your two times table with this fun game for Valentine's Day. All you need is our game card, two dice and some counters or coins.
If children are stuck you can help prod them with the answers without losing any of the fun of this Valentine's Day multiplication bump 3 times table game.
This is a game rather than a worksheet - and it provides children with a fun way to practise their 4 times table this Valentine's Day.
This Valentine's Day themed multiplication game is so easy to learn and fun to play children won't notice they are practising their times tables! This one is for the lovely 5 times table...
All you need are some counters and dice to have some fun practising your 6 times table with our Valentine's Day multiplication bump game.
This version of our Valentine's Day multiplication bump game practises the 7 times table. This is the one my sons both found trickiest to master!
Get out some dice and counters and children will soon be busy having fun playing our Valentine's Day multiplication bump game. This one practices the 8 times table.
Practising times tables needn't be dull when you make it a game. This multiplication bump game features lots of hearts for Valentine's Day.
Multiplication bump is my son's favourite way to practise times tables. Roll two dice, add the total and multiply by the "table" you are practising, placing a counter on the correct heart. The fun comes in bumping off a player's piece if they are already on the heart.
This Valentine's Day number bonds worksheet asks children to colour the pairs of numbers that add up to 10.
This colourful set of 20 number match up cards will add a fun twist to learning to count this Valentine's Day. Print on to card and then cut out each strip. Cut along the diagonal dotted line to split the number from the array. Mix up the cards and have children match the pairs.
This bright and cheerful Valentine's Day pattern worksheet is sure to have children reaching for the crayons with enthusiasm!
Recognising patterns is an important skill in reading and maths. Practise some pattern recognition this Valentine's Day by colouring in the hearts.