It's about that time again!!
Like I said in my Valentine Card post, I'm NOT a Valentine person. I'm just not.
But one of the things I do every year (for the last 10 years or so) is Candy Heart Math.
I get these little boxes of Candy Hearts each year... and every year, the colors inside the boxes are different. haha Oh well, my class always knows that sometimes we just need to be flexible.
Most of the time, the boxes have blue in them. This year, the boxes I got didn't have blue. Sometimes they have white instead of blue. Oh well, we make it work.
And every year, when my kids see me buy the boxes of candy hearts, they beg to have some... and every year, I make them do the math for them. haha.
Since C has decided that she no longer wants to take naps, there's no real good time for the girls to do it, without C trying to steal their candy... even though she already had her own box. haha
So... first we sort...and count them - write the number up top!
Then they write them in the hearts, so we have a starting recording sheet. There's a sheet for fractions, if your kids are ready for that too.
Then graph and answer some questions....
Ten frame fun...and then answering 10 more and 10 less questions.
Adding... there's also a sheet for multiplying, if your kids are ready for that! I always had a few 2nd and 3rd graders who were ready for it.
Then we do some comparisons....
One of the last activities we do is Estimating! How many hearts do you think will fill up the heart?
At school, I like to turn it into a book and put a cover on it.
Here is a preview of everything that is included. Click the picture to check it out in my TPT store. And you check out my post from last year HERE.