# These Valentine’s Day Math and Literacy Centers Are Too Cute

Plus they’re packed with learning, too.

In need of some last minute Valentineâ€™s Day lesson ideas? These quick-and-easy Valentineâ€™s Day centers to the rescue! Just submit your email here to receive the entire Valentineâ€™s Day bundle, including everything you need to set up four math and four literacy centers.

These Valentineâ€™s Day centers are designed for Grades 1â€“2, but they include accommodations and extensions for younger and older kids, too.

## Hereâ€™s what youâ€™ll find inside

### Box of Friendly Chocolates

This activity encourages students to write compliments about one another on cute, candy-shaped cutouts. Post the compliments in a giant candy box to display!

### Make Your Own Friendly Handshake

In this activity, students practice sequencing and communication by designing their own friendly handshake.Â

### Make a Love Bug for a Friend

For this activity, students interview a classmate to find out what kind of â€ślove bugâ€ť they would like. Then, they make the love bug using the included cutoutsâ€”plus their own creativity.

### Friendly Tic-Tac-Toe

Practice friendship-related vocabulary and spelling words with this friendly game of tic-tac-toe!

### In My Heart Number Sentences

For this activity, students pour out a cup of counters and practice making number sentences with them.

### Buddy Bingo

In this twist on the classic game, students work with a friend to roll dice, create number sentences, and cross out the answer on their Bingo boards.

### Give Me Five

Invite students to roll a die, give that many high fives to a friend, and then work to find out how many fingers they gave total.

### Quick-Peek Hearts

For this activity, students get a quick glimpse of a 10-frame or 100s chart, and have to identify how many hearts are there based on their numeracy skills.