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Here’s an adorable math sensory activity to use with your students on Valentine’s Day! This candy hearts graphing activity promotes a variety of early math skills like graphing, color recognition, sorting, and so much more! So, grab this free printable graphing worksheet and a box of conversation candy hearts, and let’s get started
With Valentine’s Day right around the corner, This free candy heart graphing printable makes an engaging math center and strengthens counting, sorting, and graphing skills all at once!
A quick review of graphing using candy conversation hearts.. perfect for the Valentine week. Students will sort candy, graph, and answer questions about most and least. A fun way to incorporate Common Core Math Standards!
So, grab the following items and prepare to amaze your preschoolers and kindergarteners in your life!
To do this, grab a pan or bowl and add some rice, sprinkles or glitter, and (felt or construction paper) hearts in different colors. Then, add in a box (or two) of conversational candy hearts
Print our FREE Conversation Hearts: Graph It! Page and then let students get started searing the sensory bin for conversation candy hearts. Students can practice and improve upon fine motor skills by using their fingers or a tweezer to find the hearts. For each heart that is found, students can document it by adding it to the graph. Your students will LOVE this activity and you will love the early math and fine motor skills that your students will be improving!