Valentine’s Day Kindergarten Math Worksheets
Looking for a fun way to help your kindergartener prepare for Valentine’s Day?
My Valentine’s day kindergarten math worksheets are the perfect way to get your little one excited about the holiday. They’re packed with cute and festive activities that will help them learn important skills in a fun and engaging way.
Your child will love practicing counting, addition, subtraction, and more with these adorable worksheets. And you’ll love knowing they’re getting ready for one of the most important days of the year!
Keep reading to get the kindergarten math worksheets.
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I created these Valentine’s day kindergarten math worksheets to use with my son. They give him a nice change of pace from his regular math curriculum while tying in a Valentine’s day theme
These Valentine’s Day Math Worksheets include 2 pages to count and identify numbers, two pages of addition, and two subtraction worksheets.
The kids really enjoyed this fun-themed learning and I love that they love to learn!
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Recommended Candy Hearts for Math
Add some fun to your Valentine’s day math with these candy hearts or jellybeans that you can use as counters for your math questions. Your kids can add or subtract with them, create patterns, and more.
Then they can eat their work if they get their answer correct, now that’s motivation.
Valentines Day LollipopsValentine’s Day Milk Chocolate HeartsJolly Rancher Jelly Beans, Fruit Flavors Heart Jelly Beans CandyHeart Shape Hard CandyHearts and Lips Valentine’s Day Gummy CandySmall Conversation Hearts
Valentine’s Day Kindergarten Math Worksheets
For the ten frame worksheets, you can have your child use a bingo dabber, dot marker, stickers or just color them in, I like having them work off of those frames to get them a better understanding of how the number correlates to 5 and 10 which can help them add when they get to bigger numbers.
This was perfect for my son without being super girly as he would have objected. I’m sure he would have appreciated more monsters.
There’s plenty of room for him to write and he loved the connect the dot puzzles. I’d love to be able to create mazes, I guess that’s on my to-do list.
My kids love connect-the-dot puzzles, so anything that will add fun to math is always a treat.
And since I think that it’s important to vary the style of printables and learning, I think that I’ll continue to vary the printables that I make. Because as we all know, what works for one child may not be what works for another.
I don’t think that all kids learn the same way which is why it’s fun to vary things up from time to time.
Recommended Valentine’s Day Activity Kits
Valentine’s Day Color by Addition Worksheets
Practice addition skills up to 20 with these fun Valentine’s day color by number addition worksheets. This is a fun way to add math to your school day without boring math worksheets. Instead, figure out what picture will unfold after you color in each space.
Valentine’s day Play Dough Kit
Grab this Valentine’s day play dough kit for your little one’s sensory activity. This kit includes flowers, hearts, and other toys.
Valentine’s Day Themed Sensory Rice Play Kit
Don’t want to put your own Valentine’s day kit together yourself? Grab this ready-to-go Valentine’s sensory kit that will delight your kids.
Recommended Valentine’s Day Books for Kids
Add these wonderful Valentine’s day books to go along with your math activities. Don’t just celebrate love on one day of the year, it can happen all year round.
These are just a few of our favorite books for kids but there are so many others that you can easily grab as well.
Sit down and read with them or listen to them read. I’m a big believer in the fact that numbers and words are building blocks for them to continue learning long into the future.
Day It Rained HeartsThe Biggest Valentine EverTurkey’s Valentine Surprise (Turkey Trouble Book 6)There Was an Old Lady Who Swallowed a Rose!A Crankenstein ValentineLove, Escargot
From addition, and subtraction to skip counting and patterning, you’ll have a ton of fun with these adorable math worksheets.
If your kids love STEM activities, you must try these Valentine STEM Activities packed with exciting science experiments, slime recipes, engineering a structure challenge, and more!
See related: Valentine’s Day Activities for Kids
Grab the Valentine’s Day Kindergarten Math Worksheets below
Don’t forget to grab your Valentine’s Day Kindergarten Math Worksheets below! The kids will be so excited to get started!
More Valentine’s Day Printables
Make certain to check out some of these other fun learning printables, too. Putting these together for a day of learning fun is so much fun as well. Why stop with this learning theme? It’s a fun time of year!
Valentine’s Day Addition Cards
Valentine’s Day Connect the Dots Printable
Valentine’s Day Tracing Worksheets
Valentine’s Day Counting Cards and Puzzles
More Valentine’s Day Activities
Valentine’s Day Math Activities
Valentine’s day is a perfect time to practice your child’s math skills. Find out what fun and engaging Valentine’s day math activities are perfect for their math practice.
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The best Valentine printable I’ve come across so far! Great graphics, interesting worksheets! My daughter liked them a lot :). Thank you!
I’m glad you liked them.
How cute! Thank you so very much. My kids are going to love these.
I hope they enjoy them!
thank you for sharing…its really helpful…
Hi! So cute! Thanks. What does the line across the subtraction exercises mean? I am confused with that. Thanks!
So they would count how many options are there then substract by how many is crossed off to find the answer.
Brilliant as per usual with your products.