Valentine’s Day Math Puzzles – Fractions and Decimal
Practice using decimal notation for fractions doesn’t have to be difficult or humdrum! These Valentine’s day math puzzles using fractions to decimal notations are EXTREMELY effective! They are fun yet challenging and are also a great way for big kids to celebrate Valentine’s Day while practicing an often confusing skill.
Additionally, these Valentine’s Day math puzzles are self-checking! ❤️ No key or extra time for you to check student work is needed. ❤️
There are 54 hearts in three different colors. Each color is a different level of difficulty! Great for differentiating!
◼️ Also included are student recording sheets for accountability and assessment.
◼️Just print, laminate, cut apart, and use year after year!
✂️ Teacher Note: The lines for the Valentine’s day math puzzles are wide for easy, quick cutting. This makes set-up faster and saves you valuable teacher-time! 🙂
✋ Looking for other fun activities for reviewing math skills? Check out these popular resources:
- Measurement Activities I Have Who Has Game – Conversions
- Multi-Step Word Problem Task Cards 4th Grade
- Equivalent Fractions Task Cards Hands On
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Have fun Mathing!
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