Happy Valentine's Day! Your first grader will color all the candies in this heart-shaped box while solving some sweet math problems.
Treat yourself to a little candy on Valentine's day! This candy maze is sure to sweeten your child's day as she fills in all the missing even numbers.
Dig into this box of math problems with your little valentine! He'll get to review his addition and subtraction facts and then enjoy a coloring activity.
Your little valentine can have a fun time reviewing his math facts with this candy math sheet! He'll review some basic addition and subtraction facts.
If you want to get your child in the Valentine's Day mood and improve her addition and mental math ability, this pretty printable is sure to do the trick.
These love notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.
Bats and snakes on Valentines? You bet! Your child will have fun coloring and handing out these valentine cards for his friends.
Why buy valentines when you and your little ones can color them yourselves? Just print out these cute valentines and get out the crayons, markers and glitter!
Your child will love coloring and decorating these butterfly valentines. Add a lollipop for the butterfly's head to create an extra-sweet treat!
Print these cards out for your child to color and decorate, creating some fun homemade valentines! She can add glitter and ribbons to make them shine.