Halloween Math Fun!

Halloween is a great topic to use to motivate kids in math!
Adding a little bit of Halloween to your math means adding loads and loads of fun too!

Halloween Fractions

Here is a really simple way to have some fun with fractions at Halloween.
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.
Playing games is also a great way to incorporate Halloween into Math time. That's why I have created 4 new sets of Halloween Math Games for grades 1 to 4.

Halloween Math Games Grade by Grade

These sets allow students to practise and review basic math concepts for their grade while they have so much fun that they don't even realize that they are actually learning!
Each set contains 14 printable Halloween Games. The games are a mix of board games and No Prep game sheets for 2 players. These games are ideal for Halloween math centers, fast finishers or even Halloween homework. Let me show you a few games from each set.

These games are from Halloween Math Games First Grade.
The Count Dracula Board Game has children count their way around the board.
In Halloween Spooky Pairs Add to 10, the players take turns to color a pair of adjoining numbers that add to 10. The last player to color a pair is the winner.
You can see more of what is in this set at

These are from the Second Grade set of Halloween Math Games.
In the Halloween 13 Bats Board Game, the players take turns to cover 2 or 3 numbers that add to 13. In the Halloween Pairs 11, 12 or 13, the players color pairs of adjoining numbers that add to the total in the bat.
Halloween Math Games Second Grade is available at

These cute, cute games are from Halloween Math Games Third Grade.
Batty times Three, Four or Five is a multiplication game and Halloween Difference of 9 is a subtraction game. Trick or Treat Pairs and Trios will really get them thinking as they search for 2 or 3 numbers that add to 31. Batty Subtraction will test them on their subtraction skills.
Halloween Math Games Third Grade is available from

These are from Halloween Math Games Fourth Grade. Halloween Lucky Sevens has students divide by 7 and determine if there is a remainder or not. Halloween Multiply and Color has them search for sets of three numbers that can make a multiplication equation.
There are 14 printable Halloween math games in the fourth grade set.

 If you want more Halloween math, make sure you also check out my set of -

Halloween Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers

Halloween Math Games, Puzzles and Brain Teasers set that is loaded with
Halloween Math Board Games,
Halloween Math Puzzles Sheets and
Halloween Math Brain Teasers in a card format and worksheet format.


You can learn more about what's included at

Hope you and your students have a SPOOKTACULAR Halloween!!!!!! :)


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