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# Valentine's Day Picture Math

### Valentine's Day Picture Math

Would you be my valentine? Introduce your kindergartener to basic addition with Valentine's Day picture math!

### Valentine's Day Math

Happy Valentine's Day! Your first grader will color all the candies in this heart-shaped box while solving some sweet math problems.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #2

Your little valentine can have a fun time reviewing his math facts with this candy math sheet! He'll review basic addition and subtraction.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #3

Treat your little sweetheart to a fun math activity this Valentine's Day. He'll get to do some coloring as he reviews math facts.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #4

Solve math problems, and eat chocolate, in a Valentine's Day mental math worksheet. Kids will find solutions to math problems, and color chocolates by number.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #5

Have some math and coloring practice with your chocolates in this Valentine's Day mental math worksheet. Your kid will solve addition and subtraction problems.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #6

Do some mental math with your young valentine in this combination math and color-by-number worksheet. Kids will solve simple addition and subtraction problems.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #7

Get your child to work his mental math skills this Valentine's Day with this chocolate-filled worksheet.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #8

This combination color-by-number math worksheet will get your kid practicing mental math. Kids will color Valentine's Day chocolates by number.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #9

Have a happy Valentine's Day with this combination math and color-by-number worksheet. Your kid will use mental math skills to color in the pictured chocolates.

### Valentine's Day Math Facts #10

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.

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