Multiplication worksheets with a Valentine’s Day twist. Perfect for brushing up on times tables this February.
Valentine’s Day. It seems like as soon as Christmas is done and dusted, the stores are suddenly full to the brim with valentine cards and ever-so-cute cuddly teddies holding hearts.
Now, while you may not immediately think Valentine’s Day and math practice go hand-in-hand, I’m here today to try to convince you otherwise (stay with me here!).
This post is all about Valentine multiplication worksheets.
For most children, mastering multiplication facts is something that needs lots of regular practice. And let’s face it, practising math facts can get a bit old.
So why not make your math a bit more fun (and pretty!) with these fun Valentine’s Day heart-themed printables.
Read on to find out more!
Tell me about these Valentine’s Day multiplication worksheets
Why, of course!
This resource consists of 11 single-page printables for practising multiplication facts.
Nine of the worksheets practise a single multiplication table (2s, 3s, 4s, 5s, 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s and 10s).
The last 2 worksheets (called ‘All Facts 1’ and ‘All Facts 2’) practise a selection from all multiplication tables (from 1 x 1 up to 10 x 10).
For each of these Valentine’s Day themed worksheets, the numbers 1 to 10 are represented by a heart picture like so:
To complete each number sentence, first decode the heart pictures in the number sentence and then write the answer in the box.
So, in the picture above, question number 1 would be 7 x 5, so you would write 35 in the box.
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What grade are these multiplication worksheets for?
These valentine multiplication worksheets were designed with grades 2 to 4 in mind.
As there are 11 different worksheets to choose from, you will be able to find the right one for your child, no matter which multiplication tables they need to work on.
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Do these worksheets come with an answer key?
Yes! An answer key is included for quick and easy marking.
How can I use these worksheets in the classroom?
These valentine multiplication worksheets are great for classwork, homework or as an activity for a child who has finished their work and needs an extra activity.
Most children need to practise multiplication facts regularly in order to keep them fresh in their mind. These worksheets are a fun and slightly different way of working on math facts and kids love them because of the bright and colourful images.
If you don’t want to print out multiple colour copies, you could laminate colour copies of these worksheets and have students complete them with a dry-erase marker. This can work well for a math center. They can then check their own answers using the answer key.
Where can I purchase these worksheets?
These heart-themed math worksheets are available in my online store HERE. Simply click on the image below:
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