Sunday, January 11, 2015

Valentine's Day Scrabble Math {Free Printable}

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My five year old loves doing Scrabble math. It's the perfect combination of spelling and math for his little hyperlexic brain. So I created a Valentine's Day themed one for him and am offering the free printable to you as well.

Valentine's Day Scrabble math activity for kids with free printable from And Next Comes L

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To do Scrabble math, you will need:

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. It's 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).

I plan on creating a whole series of these free printable Scrabble math sheets because he absolutely loves them. That means you'll see them all here on the blog for free. I've already created a New Year's themed one, but there are plenty more to come.

Don't forget to grab your copy of the free Valentine's Day themed one below:


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  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

  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