Happy Sunday everyone! My freebie is an activity I have every year at our Valentine’s party. Although the word “party” is misleading and I try never to say it in front of the kids because then they kind of expect me to have a bounce house with milkshakes and nachos, and all we really have are a few centers with a cookie and a juice box. That’s often how I feel about New Year’s Eve parties.
Anywho, I have parents donate boxes of conversation hearts for a math center at our “party”. I inevitably end up having to buy more because I can’t keep myself from eating them in the weeks before the shindig. I love them. They are candy. They have different colors. They are candy. They have words. They are candy.
You won’t actually need the conversation hearts for this freebie — so if you’re on a budget or don’t have parents willing to donate or whatever the case may be — I included spinners in this freebie so students can complete the activities that way.
Click on any of the pics to download your copies. I hope you can use them!
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