Sample Valentine's Day Math Word Problems Worksheet
Valentine's Day Printables

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Valentine's Day Math Stories

Sample

 1 Eric bought cards for everyone in the third grade. He bought six boxes of cards and each box contained twenty cards. There are thirty-five students in the third grade. If Eric wants everyone to have an equal number of cards, what is the most number of cards he can give each student?
 2 Justin and David played Valentine Victory at the arcade. Justin scored thirty-nine thousand, eight hundred ten points. David scored twenty-three thousand, two hundred points. How many points did they score in all?
 3 We passed out Valentine's Day cards to all the kids in our class. We have four rows of desks with five desks in each row. However, there are two rows that only have three students. How many cards do we need so that each student gets one card?
 4 Zachary made some valentines. He put four heart stickers on each card. He had twenty-five stickers. How many valentines could he make?

 5 Tyler cut a rectangle seven inches by two inches out of red paper. He drew a vase of white roses on it. He wrote "Happy Valentine's Day" at the top. What is the area of the red paper rectangle?
 6 Mrs. Taylor made cookies for Hailey's class party. She used one and a half cups of chocolate chips and half cups of peanut chips. How many cups of peanut chips and chocolate chips did she use?