Sunday, January 11, 2015

Valentine's Day Scrabble Math {Free Printable}

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This free printable Scrabble math worksheet makes for a great Valentine's Day math activity for kids.

My five year old loves doing Scrabble math. 

It's the perfect combination of spelling and math for his little hyperlexic brain

And as you've probably figured out, it's a Valentine's Day themed one (how did you manage to figure that out?! haha). I hope you love this free printable Scrabble math worksheet as much as he did.

Valentine's Day Scrabble math activity for kids

What You'll Need for this Valentine's Day Scrabble Math Activity

To do Scrabble math, you will need:

  • Valentine's Day Scrabble math printable (link to download below)
  • Pencil
Simply spell the words on the sheet using the Scrabble letter tiles, add the numbers on the bottom of each letter tile, and write the answer in the blank. J likes to go back and write the letters in each box once he's solved the math problem.

Scrabble math offers a great opportunity to practice some writing and spelling. Not that he needs help with that at all (see hyperlexia post to see what I'm talking about).

Download the Free Printable Scrabble Math Worksheets

This five page printable includes 16 Valentine's Day themed words to spell and add. To get your copy, simply click the link below.

>> CLICK HERE TO DOWNLOAD THE FREE PRINTABLE

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3 comments:

  1. Just to let you know, your post has been featured this week on The Frugal Family Linky! :D. This weeks linky is now open so feel free to come by and link up some more family friendly posts :) x

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  2. We played the Valentine Scrabble game - I don't own Scrabble but I did have lots of letters on squares from a Pair in Pears game so I used them and then came up with a code. Example: A,B,C,D,E = 1 and so on :) Even my 14 year old enjoyed playing this...I was pleasantly surprised. Thanks, Racquel

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