It’s Monday, February 9, 2015, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Age Range: All **(children with parental supervision)

**free, innovative activities and suggestions for learning and enhancing math skills through things associated with Valentine’s Day**such as:

- Chocolate – Explore fractions with a chocolate bar!

- Candy – Hone your sorting, grouping, and estimation skills with a box of sweetheart candies. Get free math lessons for grades 1-4. Get instructions for a game of “Valentine Candy Battleship.”

- Hearts – Learn about symmetry while calculating the area and perimeter of a heart shape. Get instructions for a game of “Broken Heart Math.”

- Valentines – Try the “Valentine Exchange Lesson.” (Homeschoolers could substitute “support group” for “classroom” in this activity.)

- Solve Some Tricky Valentine’s Math Problems – Figure out an algorithm to solve a math puzzle, and see if you can answer some Valentine-themed word problems.

There are lots of ingenious ideas here and links to further resources too.