I thought it’d be great fun to have the kids graph candy conversation hearts for Valentine’s math time.
I used a graphing page from a pack at 2 Teaching Mommies.
I bought a big bag of candy conversation hearts and gave each of my kids a handful of hearts.
They sorted them by color and loved reading the messages.
Tori and Alex picked the hearts one by one from their cup and immediately placed them on their charts.
I love how they work differently!
Sinéad decided to lie down in the middle of our work. Of course.
I wrote the numbers on the board for the girls to copy.
Happy Valentine’s Day!
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