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Halloween Math Ideas

Halloween resources for math! Includes math games, printables, resources, math centers, math lessons and anything with a Halloween theme that makes math fun and interesting. Enjoy! TpT sellers who would like to join this collaborative board can do so by going to http://fungames4learning.blogspot.com/p/pinterest-boards.html Contributors - Please pin at least 1 FREE idea or resource for every paid item.

Incorporating Literacy into Math lessons for younger learners has never been easier! Use sentence starters from over 30 classic Halloween picture books to create adorable Halloween Number Booklets. Skills covered: writing the number word, showing the number using tally marks, showing the number in a ten frame, showing the number on a number line, drawing a picture representing the number.

Halloween Numbers 1-10: I can show numbers in Spooky ways. Included: pocket chart number cards and student booklet.

Print once and use 10 different ways! Includes descriptions of 10 different activities to use in grades K-2.

Halloween Activity Coloring Pages "Ghost Boy" is part of a four page set of printables perfect for the holiday. This activity reinforces counting and simple multiplication and division.

A fun, free way for your students to practice addition, subtraction, multiplication and division facts.

Halloween Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers is a collection of Halloween Math from Games 4 Learning. Contains loads of spooky, Halloween math fun and is perfect for October math activities. $

FREEBIE - Halloween Math Bump Games Freebie from Games 4 Learning gives you 2 Halloween Math Board Games that are perfect for Halloween math activities. These are ideal as October math activities!

A "Room on the Broom" inspired Halloween Math Craftivity that combines adding money amounts (10¢, 20¢, $1) to create your very own Potion. Makes a stunning bulletin board display! Based on the level of your students, choose from one of 3 Potion Ingredients pages: *Adding amounts up to 10¢ *Adding amounts up to 20¢ *Adding amounts up to $1.00. Black line masters and colored pages included!

This unit includes fun and unique non-standard measurement activities (using 3 different sized Oscars) as well as several adorable craftivities. Be the talk of the school by using the show-stopping Design Oscar’s Halloween Costume Craftivity for your October bulletin board! Your students will fall in love with Oscar, the half-a-dog tall and one-and-a-half dogs long, wiener dog from Dav Pilkey's classic picture book, The Hallo-Wiener.

Trick or Treat Pairs and Trios will really get them thinking as they search for 2 or 3 numbers that add to 31. More No Prep Math Games in Halloween Math Games Third Grade $

Brainstorm a list of Halloween words then calculate the fraction of consonants and vowels. This is a great activity for developing the concept of fractions.

Halloween Cut and Paste Jack-O-Lantern Counting Little Book-P-K, K, Special Ed, Autism-This Halloween little book will help students improve their counting skills. They will learn to count Halloween objects and recognize their numbers. Plus, students will like having a Halloween little book to take home.

Looking for an easy way to review Integers during the Halloween season? This is it! With 25 questions, students will have lots of review and they’ll enjoy the Halloween themed clip art and color scheme.  All the text boxes are editable so you can customize all the categories and questions for your class.

This is a set of numbers and 10-frames printables that can be made into a coloring book. Numbers 0-20. Color, stamp and count.

A "Room on the Broom" inspired Halloween Math Craftivity that combines adding money amounts (10¢, 20¢, $1) to create your very own Potion. Makes a stunning bulletin board display! Based on the level of your students, choose from one of 3 Potion Ingredients pages: *Adding amounts up to 10¢ *Adding amounts up to 20¢ *Adding amounts up to $1.00. Black line masters and colored pages included!

Incorporating Literacy into Math lessons for younger learners has never been easier! Use sentence starters from over 30 classic Halloween picture books to create adorable Halloween Number Booklets. Skills covered: writing the number word, showing the number using tally marks, showing the number in a ten frame, showing the number on a number line, drawing a picture representing the number

Pumpkin Patch Match Learning Centers: Visual Discrimination (17 Counting Puzzles Patterns and 16 Task Cards)

Candy corn place value puzzles! Great addition to your math centers! $