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Valentine Unit Study, part 1.

Our Valentine's Week Trays

This morning we started school right at breakfast time and embarked on a special heart filled cereal box scavenger hunt.
Cereal Box Explorations

Vowel Diagraph Charts.
Vowel Diagraphs

We added with kisses, using a quick little printable I made up.
Counting Kisses

Thomas rocked this monstrously fun advanced addition matchup. Freebie from Emily Ames on TpT.
Monster Math Match

Marcus played with the color tablets today too.
Color Tablet Play

The kids learned about symmetry, and I learned that an ipod touch when off makes a lovely makeshift mirror.
Simply Symmetry

Then, they practiced the hundred’s chart by patterning with M&M’s. Yeah, that was a hard sale…
Hundred Chart Patterning

Finally, we observed Sweethearts candies with this awesome printable from 2 Teaching Mommies.

…and had a little science experiment.
Sweetheart Science

In case you were wondering where the valentine heart number cards are from up top… I was inspired by Confessions of a Homeschooler’s Valentine matchup, and decided to make my own heart number cards from 0-10.
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Valentine Number Cards 0-10

We didn’t get to it yet, but hey, it’s only Tuesday!

One thought on “Valentine Unit Study, part 1.

  1. Me thinks we need more candy. For educational purposes only, of course. I’ll pick some up tomorrow, because I’m happy to contribute to the learning experience 🙂 .

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