It is that time of year – Valentine’s Day. I always try to incorporate holidays and current events into our learning. It is a great way to capture the kids’ interest. My boys are starting to get the age where Valentine’s Day isn’t quite as cool, but they are always up for a way to make everything more enjoyable.
Holidays bring an array of resources that help to shake up the monotony. Games, experiments, letter writing or all natural extension for holidays. Since my kids don’t naturally love Valentine’s, I did some searching and found some great Valentine’s Day STEM Activities for you.
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Valentine’s Day Stem Activities.
Valentine’s Day Math Activities
We love the holiday themed mini-erasers and so when I found this Valentine’s Day Mini Eraser Math Set I knew I could work with it. This set includes 4 different pages that cover 4 different topics – addition with ten frames, simple fractions, nonstandard measurement, and arrays. Each of the activities uses the erasers.
This is an adorable Cupid’s Arrow Math Game from Teach Beside Me. She always has amazing ideas to get kids moving and learning. This one also combine’s some science.
These Valentine’s Day Division Code Breakers might melt my heart. These are adorable and if there is any way to make a kid enjoy division it has to be a secret code, but the best part might be that they are completely free.
Are you looking for something to practice adding within 10? You’ve Got This Math has 5 Valentine Themed Ideas.
Valentine’s Day Science Activities
5 Valentine’s Day Slime Recipes The homeschool resource room has 5 ideas to turn your kids’ slime obsession into a STEM project with a holiday theme. Dare I say, chocolate slime?
It is YUMMY time with this science of chocolate exploration from Little Bins for Little Hands.
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