Engaging Valentine's Day Matching Activities
Do you need of a Valentines Day Math Activity for your class? If so, you have to check out Qwizy's Valentine's Day Matching Games. They are fun and engaging, but best of all they inspire collaboration and conversation in your math classroom. You are provided with multiple versions of each card set so you can differentiate your instruction as you see fit. One way I have used Qwizy's Valentine's Day Matching Games was to pass out a different version of the Matching Card sets to each group/student in my classroom. This promoted individual work and collaboration seeing as all groups/students had 15 different problems to solve, forcing student to asked each other for help when they were stuck on a problem instead of just copying their neighbor. Another way I have used them was when I set out each different matching activity as a station around my classroom. I printed multiple sets of each Matching Card version at one station and students were assigned a partner. The students then were told to match up each set at each station, get it checked, and then rotate to another station to try and complete all 5 before class ended. This allowed for my accelerated pairs to receive ample amount of practice and challenge themselves to answer all the questions, while my struggling students were able to work hard to match up at least two sets correctly on their own.
Each Valentine's Day Matching Game, sold on TPT, contains 5 different Matching Card sets for you and your students. Math concepts range from 2nd grade math all the way up to 12th grade. Let’s check out a few of Qwizy’s Valentine's Day Matching Games so you can see a sampling of what we have to offer:
Valentine’s Day: Derivatives Exponents and Logs Matching Game include all you need to host an engaging coloring session and review Exponential and Logarithmic Derivatives! Functions include exponentials of the base e and other constants, natural logarithms, and additional logarithms of varying bases for the students to differentiate using Exponential and Logarithmic Derivatives and the Chain Rule.
Valentine’s Day: Adding and Subtracting Decimals Matching Game is the perfect activity for your students to sharpen their understanding of the addition and subtraction of decimals! Students will be asked to evaluate the addition and subtraction of decimals containing positive and negative numbers ranging from -25 to 25 with 0 to 3 decimal places.
Valentine’s Day: Systems of Equations Matching Game is the perfect activity for your students to sharpen their understanding of solving systems. The systems of linear equations include 2 variables, x & y. All solutions are integers expressed as points (x, y). Equations are written in standard form, slope intercept form, and also completely mixed up.
Valentine’s Day: Adding and Subtracting Fractions Matching Game is the perfect activity for your students to sharpen their understanding of the addition and subtraction of fractions! Students will be asked to evaluate the addition and subtraction of fractions ranging between -8 and 8 with like and unlike denominators. Expressions include proper fractions, improper fractions, and mixed numbers, but all answers are reported as either proper or improper fractions.
Valentine’s Day: Algebra Simplifying Polynomials #2 Matching Game is the perfect activity for your students to sharpen their understanding of Addition, Subtraction, and Multiplication of Polynomials! Functions include monomials, binomials, and trinomials for the students to Add, Subtract, and Multiply with a maximum degree of 5.
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