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Valentine's Day Math Puzzles & Games!
Let's have some fun with Valentine-themed math puzzles, activities and games! We will use logic, number sense, algebraic reasoning, and basic math fact practice to solve puzzles and play games on Jamboard and Blooket!
There are no upcoming classes.
year old learners
US Grade Level
learners per class
55 minute class
Come join in on some Valentine's Day fun while we practice important math skills and gain a deeper understanding of key mathematical concepts! Did you know you're actually doing algebra when solving Emoji puzzles? It's true!!! We'll start off solving some puzzles together and then you'll even get a chance to create your own puzzle for other students to solve! We'll also cover some geometry as we discuss how the concept of symmetry is related to the ultimate symbol of Valentine's Day--the...
Students will practice basic math facts (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division); improve their algebraic thinking through puzzles, and be able to identify lines of symmetry in various shapes.
I am a certified teacher (Grades 1-6) with a Masters in Teaching and over 20 years of classroom, small group and one-on-one experience. Math has been my focus for the past 6 years.
No homework, although I will post additional practice game links in the classroom after class for students to be able to play and practice more on their own time.
No formal assessment in this one time class, though parents are welcome to contact me about their desired level of feedback and assessment.
55 minutes per week in class, and an estimated 0 - 1 hours per week outside of class.
We will be using the third-party websites listed below that provide interactive, fun opportunities for building mastery and fluency of math concepts and skills: Google Jamboard: A great interactive tool for collaborative learning and sharing ideas. I will send a direct link in the Zoom chat that will allow students to enter directly into the specific Jamboard without any kind of sign-up * No account or personal information needed Blooket: Students love playing these fun, fast-paced games with math question banks that I am able to create and tailor to the needs of the class. The report I see after each game serves as a great informal assessment. I will post a direct link in the Zoom chat, students will simply enter their first name of nickname and begin playing the game. *No account or personal information needed
Meet the teacher
Welcome! My name is Megan and I'm not embarrassed to say it--I love math! And even more than working on math myself, I love teaching math! Teaching math to both elementary and middle school aged kids is my passion. I specialize in mastery math...