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Today I’ve put together a brand new printable just in time for Valentine’s Day. My Valentine Roll and Cover Math Games printable includes three levels that support number recognition, basic addition, and basic subtraction skills.
It is the perfect Valentine learning tool for your preschooler, kindergartener, or 1st grader who is working on these important early math skills. Plus, it’s free!
For more Valentine learning activities, see my Valentine Activities for Kids page.
To play my Valentine Roll & Cover Math Games, print off the game board you prefer. In the picture below, I printed off the number recognition version featuring hearts. This version uses one die. (We use these numbered dice.)
To play, kids roll the die and then place a small object over the number that was rolled. We covered the numbers using small wooden circles, but buttons, coins, glass gems, or small stones would all work well very well. The game continues until all the numbers have been covered.
The playing board featuring an envelope and stamps uses two dice to help children practice basic addition.
And the playing board featuring roses uses two dice to help children practice some simple subtraction problems.
All three versions come with both a colored background for looks and a white background for those who wish to save on printer ink.
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More Valentine’s Day learning resources
More Valentine posts from Gift of Curiosity:
- Valentine Montessori activities
- Valentine sensory bin
- Heart suncatcher
- Marbleized hearts
- Find the hearts Valentine’s sensory bin
- Books about Valentine’s Day
- Valentine’s Printables Pack
- Valentine Bingo
- Valentine I Spy game
- Valentine Do-a-Dot Printables
For more Valentine ideas, check out my Valentine Activities for Kids page and my Valentine’s Pinterest board.
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