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# Valentine's Day Number Fun!

Sharpen number skills this Valentine's Day with this collection of math worksheets! These printables help 3rd graders work on ordering and counting skills.

Click on a worksheet in the set below to see more info or download the PDF.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #1

These love notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back into the right order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #2

Some of your friends' Valentine's Day notes need to be delivered! Have your first grader practice sequencing numbers with this worksheet.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #3

Have your first grader practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back into the right order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #4

Give your first grader some practice sequencing numbers! He'll put this group of 18 consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #5

Deliver some Valentine's Day numbers to your friends with this heart-filled math worksheet. Kids will arrange the given numbers from least to greatest.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #6

Here's a Valentine's Day challenge for your beginning counter! He'll need to put this group of 18 consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.

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### Valentine's Day Number Fun #7

Help your kid do some Valentine's Day good by sequencing this group of 18 numbers. He'll help his friends get their valentines and practice number ordering too.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #8

Here's a great way to review numbers in the hundreds! He'll need to put this group of 18 consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #9

Some Valentine's Day notes need to be delivered, can your child help? Have your first grader practice sequencing numbers with this page.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #10

These love notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of consecutive numbers in order from greatest to least.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #11

Can your first grader do some counting to help deliver these Valentine notes? Help him practice sequencing numbers with this activity.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #12

Some of your friends' Valentine's Day notes need to be delivered! Have your first grader practice sequencing numbers with this activity.

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### Valentine's Day Number Fun #13

Happy Valentine's Day! Have your first grader practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back into the right order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #14

This tricky number ordering worksheet is perfect for your child on Valentine's Day. Kids will arrange numbers from greatest to least.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #15

Valentine's Day is coming up, and these love notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers with this challenging activity.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #16

Keep math skills sharp this Valentine's Day! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back in order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #17

Can your first grader do some counting to help deliver these Valentine notes? Help him practice sequencing numbers with this challenging sheet.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #18

Some of your friends' Valentine's Day notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers in order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #19

These Valentine's Day notes need to be delivered! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back into the right order.

### Valentine's Day Number Fun #20

Keep math skills sharp this Valentine's Day! Practice sequencing numbers by putting this group of 18 consecutive numbers back into the right order.

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