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Free Halloween Math Worksheets
Puzzles & challenges.
Welcome to our Free Halloween Math Worksheets page.
We have a range of math puzzles, challenges and coordinate sheets with a Halloween theme with varying levels of difficulty.
Have fun with our Halloween math sheets!
We have created a range of math worksheets we have created with a halloween theme.
On this page you will find:
- halloween math puzzles;
- halloween math challenges;
- halloween coordinate sheets
Here are some of the learning skills our sheets on this page cover:
- add and subtract up to 20;
- learn multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables;;
- add several small numbers together;
- use coordinates using an alphanumerical grid.
- use coordinates in the first quadrant;
The pages have been split up into several different sections, with a different section for each series of worksheets.
- Codebreaker Challenges
- Number Word Challenges
- Picture Puzzles
- Alphanumerical Coordinates
- Coordinate Worksheets
- More Halloween Worksheets
Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Codebreaker Challenges
Each challenge consists of a Halloween joke, and a hidden message which is the answer.
Solve the math facts to work out the hidden message.
Using these sheets will help your child to:
- learn and practice addition and subtraction facts to 20;
- practice multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
These sheets are suitable for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Sheets 1a and 1b have the same joke and answer, but different clues.
Sheets 2a and 2b have the same joke and answer, but different clues.
Sheets 1a and 2a have questions involving Addition and Subtraction facts to 20.
Sheets 1b and 2b have questions involving Multiplication Facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 1a
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- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 1b
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 2a
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 2b
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Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Number Word Challenges
Each letter in the word HALLOWEEN has been assigned a particular value.
For the first part of each challenge, you have to work out the value of different words that can be made from the word 'HALLOWEEN'.
For the second part of each challenge, you have to find words that have a specific value.
This challenge is great for developing fluency with addition facts.
Using these sheets will help you to:
- Sheet 1: practice addition facts of 3 or more single-digit numbers.
- Sheet 2 : add multiples of 10;
- Sheet 3: add multiples of 0.1.
These sheets are suitable for 2nd grade up to 5th grade.
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 1
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 2
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 3
Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Picture Puzzles
With our Halloweeen picture puzzles, you have a grid with a different Halloween picture in each square.
Each of the pictures has a value.
In the easiest challenge (Puzzle 1), the values of the picture are given, and you have to use the pictures to work out the totals in each row.
In all the other puzzle worksheets, you are told what the totals of each row are, and you have use this information to work out the value of each picture.
Puzzle 1 is suitable for 1st and 2nd graders.
Puzzle 2 is suitable for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Puzzle 3 is suitable for 3rd and 4th graders.
Puzzles 4 and 5 are suitable for 4th and 5th graders.
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 1
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 2
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 3
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 4
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 5
Halloween Coordinate Worksheets
Halloween alphanumerical coordinates.
These worksheets all have an alphanumerical grid with letters on the horizontal axis and numbers on the vertical axis.
You have to color each square on the grid the correct color to make the picture..
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 1
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 2
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 3
Halloween Coordinates (1st Quadrant)
These worksheets all involve plotting and joining coordinates in the first quadrant.
You have to plot and join the coordinates until you make a polygon, then shade it the correct color to make the picture.
These sheets are suitable for 4th and 5th graders.
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 1
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 2
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 3
Halloween Coordinates Walkthrough Video
This short video walkthrough shows our Halloweeen Coordinates Sheet 3 being completed and has been produced by the West Explains Best math channel.
If you would like some support in solving the problems on these coordinate sheets, check out the video!
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As well as our halloween math worksheets for kindergarten, we also have a selection of halloween dot to dot pages, coloring pages and coordinates and problems solving sheets.
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Halloween Math Worksheets
Welcome to the Halloween Math Worksheets page at Math-Drills.com. On this page, you will find Halloween math worksheets on a variety of topics including Halloween multiplication, division, addition and subtraction. The Halloween worksheets on this page should only be tried after you have learned how to defend yourself against evil spirits. Be careful of the monsters on the worksheets; they sometimes bite. Instead of labeling the Halloween math worksheets with letters, we've labeled them with scary words. If you happen to hear a noise when you click on one of the worksheets, we assure you, it is all in your head.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." Like when he is surrounded by ghosts and other Halloween creatures on these Halloween math worksheets.
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Various Halloween Math Worksheets
A variety of Halloween themed math worksheets on a variety of math topics such as counting, sorting, patterning, geometry and measurement.
The hair-raising Halloween word problems are certain to terrify your students. They were written to unnerve and chill anyone who dares to solve them.
- Halloween Math Word Problems Hair-Raising Halloween Math Word Problems
Here are some Halloween worksheets to help your little monsters practice counting. Counting objects in various patterns is a good skill to have and leads to being able to tell how much candy your dad ate from your collection.
- Counting Halloween Objects in Various Arrangements Counting Halloween Objects in Horizontal Linear Arrangements ✎ Counting Halloween Objects in Rotated Linear Arrangements ✎ Counting Halloween Objects in Rectangular Arrangements (Maximum Dimension 5 ) ✎ Counting Halloween Objects in Rectangular Arrangements (Maximum Dimension 9 ) ✎ Counting Halloween Pictures in Rectangular Patterns in a Rectangle Counting Halloween Pictures in Circular Patterns ✎ Counting Halloween Pictures in Circular Patterns in a Circle Counting up to 10 Halloween Objects in Scattered Arrangements ✎ Counting up to 20 Halloween Objects in Scattered Arrangements ✎ Counting up to 50 Halloween Objects in Scattered Arrangements ✎ Counting Halloween Objects in Various Arrangements ( Easier Version) ✎ Counting Halloween Objects in Various Arrangements ( Harder Version) ✎
- Counting Halloween Pictures in Super Scattered Patterns Counting Halloween Pictures in Super Scattered Patterns (about 50% full) Counting Halloween Pictures in Super Scattered Patterns (100% full)
- Halloween Counting and Skip Counting Halloween Counting by 1 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 2 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 3 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 4 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 5 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 6 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 7 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 8 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 9 ✎ Halloween Skip Counting by 10 ✎
There are all "sorts" of Halloween math worksheets, but these ones will help to get things in "order." Be careful, though. Monsters don't like things to be in order.
- Sorting/Ordering Small Numbers (Spider Theme) Ordering Numbers to 20 (Spiders) Ordering Numbers to 50 (Spiders) Ordering Numbers to 100 (Spiders)
- Sorting/Ordering Large Numbers (Witches Theme) Ordering Numbers to 1,000 (Witches) Ordering Numbers to 10,000 (Witches) Ordering Numbers to 100,000 (Witches)
- Sorting/Ordering Decimal Numbers Ordering Decimal Tenths (Spiders) Ordering Decimal Hundredths (Spiders) Ordering Decimal Thousandths (Witches)
The curse of the mummy has caused these number patterns to be wrong. See if you can break the curse and fix the patterns.
- Halloween Patterning Worksheet Cursed Patterns (Mummy Theme)
"Nevermore!" and the Tell Tale Heart are not the only patterns you'll find at Halloween. Look below if you dare and choose the Halloween worksheet that will make you shiver the most. If you want to make the picture patterns more horrifying for your students, cut off the "cut-outs" strip before giving it to them and make them scratch the designs into stone with their fingernails.
- Scary Halloween Picture Patterns Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape Attribute Only Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Size Attribute Only Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Rotation Attribute Only Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape and Size Attributes Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape and Rotation Attributes Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Size and Rotation Attributes Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape, Size and Rotation Attributes
In case your young ones find the scary Halloween picture patterns a little too scary, these ones should keep them happy and let them focus on candy instead.
- Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape Attribute Only Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Size Attribute Only Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Rotation Attribute Only Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape and Size Attributes Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape and Rotation Attributes Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Size and Rotation Attributes Not-So-Scary Halloween Picture Patterns with Shape, Size and Rotation Attributes (Old) Halloween Patterning with Pictures (Kindergarten)
Cartesian Art is a fun activity that reinforces the use of coordinate grid systems and has a satisfying product at the end that students can color. Students who have mastered this skill can try their hand at creating Cartesian art for their friends which brings their skills to a whole new level.
- Halloween Cartesian Art Cartesian Art Jack-o'-lantern Cartesian Art Bat Cartesian Art Witch Hat Cartesian Art Cat Cartesian Art Owl Cartesian Art Spider Cartesian Art Candy Cartesian Art Ghost
You might have a hard time building a haunted house if you don't know how to measure angles? Fortunately, some spiders decided to help and built you some angles with their silk.
- Halloween Measurement Worksheets Spider Web Angle Measuring Spider Web Angle Measuring 2 Area and Perimeter of Monsters' Yards
Graph paper... scary! There are so many uses for this graph paper, just try not to get trapped by its insidious squares.
- Halloween Graph Paper (inches) Halloween Bat Graph Paper (1/2 in) Halloween Banner Graph Paper (3/8 in) Halloween Ravens Graph Paper (5 Lines/Inch) Halloween Trees Graph Paper (5 Lines/Inch) Halloween Witches Graph Paper (5 Lines/Inch)
- Halloween Graph Paper (centimeters) Halloween Skeleton Graph Paper (1 cm) Halloween Monsters Graph Paper (1 cm) Halloween Jack-o-Lanterns Graph Paper (2.5/0.5 cm) Halloween Zombies Graph Paper (2.5/0.5 cm) Halloween Ghosts Graph Paper (2.5/0.5 cm) OLD Halloween Graph Paper
What is the probability that you will get a chocolate bar at the next house? Maybe the worksheets below will help.
- Halloween Probability Worksheets Trick-or-Treat Candy Probabilities Trick-or-Treat Candy Probabilities and Predictions
Halloween Arithmetic Worksheets
Add these Halloween math worksheets to your classroom and watch your students tremble in fear as they avoid the spooky creatures!
- Halloween Secret Message Addition Worksheets Halloween Pumpkins Secret Message Addition with Addends from 1 to 25 ✎ Halloween Skeleton Secret Message Two-Digit Addition ✎ Halloween Spider Secret Message Three-Digit Addition ✎
- Halloween Addition Worksheets Spider Addition Facts to 30 (100 per page) Raven Addition Through the Dark Forest One-Digit Addition Through the Dark Forest Two-Digit Addition Through the Dark Forest Three-Digit Addition Through the Dark Forest Four-Digit Addition Scary Single-Digit Addition Scary Double-Digit Addition Scary Triple-Digit Addition Scary Quadruple-Digit Addition
Subtraction does not have to be too scary. Practice with these Halloween creatures and become a pro.
- Halloween Subtraction Worksheets Raven Subtraction Scary Subtraction with Single-Digit Subtrahends and Differences Scary Subtraction with Double-Digit Subtrahends and Differences Scary Subtraction with Triple-Digit Subtrahends and Differences Scary Subtraction with Quadruple-Digit Subtrahends and Differences
In a daring act, we combined addition and subtraction questions on the same page. Although, this might seem a bit unorthodox, when students pay attention to signs on this page, they might get better at paying attention to the sounds in dark forests.
- Halloween Mixed Addition and Subtraction Worksheets Monster Addition & Subtraction Scary Mixed Addition and Subtraction with Single-Digits Scary Mixed Addition and Subtraction with Double-Digits Scary Mixed Addition and Subtraction with Triple-Digits Scary Mixed Addition and Subtraction with Quadruple-Digits
Beware of the multiplying monsters when you use these scary halloween math worksheets!
- Halloween Secret Message Multiplication Worksheets Halloween Witches Secret Message Single-Digit Multiplication ✎ Halloween Ravens Secret Message Two-Digit by One-Digit Multiplication ✎
- Halloween Multiplication Worksheets Multiplication Facts to 49 (48 per page) Multiplication Facts to 81 (48 per page) Multiplication Facts to 144 (48 per page) Raven Multiplication Scary Multiplication (1-Digit × 1-Digit) Scary Multiplication (2-Digit × 1-Digit) Scary Multiplication (3-Digit × 1-Digit) Scary Multiplication (2-Digit × 2-Digit) Scary Multiplication (3-Digit × 2-Digit)
Beware of the dividing demons when you use these scary halloween math worksheets!
- Halloween Division Worksheets Jack-o'-lantern Division Facts to 144 Raven Division
Ahhh! Multiplication and division on the same page is frightful, but so is getting a poor mark in math. Use these scary math worksheets to prevent being haunted by B's (or even worse, C's or D's).
- Halloween Mixed Multiplication and Division Worksheets Scary Multiplication & Division (1-Digit)
For the more advanced monsters, here is a mixture of operations with a little "punch." If you don't have enough fingers and toes to complete these Halloween math worksheets, then try counting with candy.
- Ghostly Figures Missing Digits All Operations Worksheets Ghostly Figures Missing Digits All Operations Mixed (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits All Operations Mixed (Harder) ✎ (Retro) Missing Digits (Various Operations)
- Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Addition and Subtraction Worksheets Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Addition (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Addition (Harder) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Subtraction (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Subtraction (Harder) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Addition and Subtraction Mixed (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Addition and Subtraction Mixed (Harder) ✎
- Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Multiplication and Division Worksheets Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Multiplication (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Multiplication (Harder) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Division (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Division (Harder) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Multiplication and Division Mixed (Easier) ✎ Ghostly Figures Missing Digits Multiplication and Division Mixed (Harder) ✎
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Below you'll find a selection of printable Halloween-themed math worksheets and activities for elementary-aged students. Topics include: counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, time, place value, graphing on coordinate grids, and fractions.
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Join the coordinates, and plot the straight line graphs…. and reveal the scary spider!
Complete the table of values for each function, and plot the points to see the Halloween Ghost!
Complete the functions table, plot the points….. and see the scary Halloween Bat come to life!
Can you crack the Halloween code to decide which number each symbol represents?
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Replace the Halloween symbols with one of the 4 operations to solve this hair raising puzzle!
Solve these equations and area and perimeter problems and throw the ultimate Halloween Party!
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Halloween, celebrated on the 31st of October, is widely recognised for its spooky festivities, costumes, and of course, the iconic pumpkin carving. But there’s a hidden element of math in all the fun. Carving pumpkins involves a dash of geometry, figuring out how to create those fun or frightening faces. And when kids go trick-or-treating, they’re also practising arithmetic, counting their sweets and maybe even swapping them with friends.
Interestingly, Halloween is on the 31st day of the 10th month, both prime numbers! If you’re looking to mix a bit of education into the festivities, Cazoom Math Worksheets has a range of Halloween themed math worksheets and Halloween Math activities. They provide a great way to weave some learning into the Halloween fun, ensuring that somewhere in all the spooky excitement, children can be learning skills and math finds a way to quietly join the celebration.
What is the Math behind the date of Halloween?
Oh, Halloween! That spooky time on the 31st of October has a secret – it’s got a hidden math lesson in it! You see, both 31 and 10 are prime numbers, which means they can only be divided by 1 and themselves. And get this – 13, which is 31 backwards, is not only prime but also famously ‘unlucky’, adding a cheeky, spooky twist! Plus, if you add 31 and 10 together, you get 41, another prime number! It’s like math is playing a little trick on us during this treat-filled holiday. Why not share these fun, spooky math facts with your students? Or maybe play some prime number based Halloween math games?
Halloween in Numbers!
Halloween is celebrated by so many people all over the world, it’s a sweet spot for exploring statistics. Just in the USA, over 175 million people join in the fun. That’s a lot of sweets being shared around during trick-or-treating, and a whole lot of math to make sure there’s enough to go around! When you think about it on a global scale, the numbers get even bigger and the math gets even more interesting. It’s a great way to get in the Halloween spirit and explore stats and arithmetic in a real, festive way, showing that math really is all around us, even when we’re having fun!
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Our Halloween worksheets have been a huge hit year after year , so to add to the Halloween fun, here are some Halloween math worksheets I’ve dug up from our archives. These worksheets are good for students in 3rd grade, 4th grade, and 5th grade and teach skills such as number recognition, adding numbers in word form, and multiplying decimals. If having images of bats, pumpkins, spiders and witches somehow makes math practice and homework more fun, why not use them as much as possible!
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Printable Halloween Easy Sudoku Worksheets for Kids
I have to watch myself while playing sudoku – it can be very addicting! My kids like it too – as long as they have enough hints so as to not get too frustrated. These sudoku printables for Halloween are definitely on the easy side, great for 3rd through 6th grade students, or adult sudoku junkies like me! The answer keys are below so that I don’t make you figure out these number puzzles just to grade papers.
Here’s a simple overview of how sodoku works, in case you aren’t familiar with them. They are great at teaching logic as well as pre-algebra skills. Each and every row and column contains the numbers 1-9, without repetition of any numerals. With the hints provided in the worksheets, children can start to deduce which numbers go into each spot by looking at the other numbers in the corresponding rows and columns. If there are two spots open in a row, and the row still needs a number 7 and number 8 to complete the sequence, they look to other intersecting columns to determine which number goes in each spot. In the first worksheet, the very middle row is missing a 7 & 8, and the first column already has a number 8 in a different row. So the child can reason that number 7 goes in the first space, leaving number 8 as the only option for the last space. As the puzzle fills up with numbers they know are accurate, it gives the students even more hints as to how to solve the rest of the blank spaces.
Be sure to also check out these printable Halloween tangram puzzles !
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Spooky season has begun! Halloween is here and everything is a little more fun with ghost and goblins. Spark Math by Spark Education is all about making math fun and exciting. To make practicing math a little more exciting for kids we are offering free Halloween math worksheets for kids from Kindergarten to 5th Grade.
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Top math skills your kid learns in kindergarten.
Kindergarten acts as the foundation of elementary school math. Kindergarteners should know basic Geometry, including the different types of primary shapes and how to describe them. They should also be able to comfortably count up to 20 and do simple addition, subtraction, and put them in basic equations. The worksheets cover these skills and more. Click HERE for Kindergarten Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
Free 1st Grade Halloween Math Worksheets
Top math skills your kid learns in 1st grade.
1st Graders should be able to count up to 100, ideally 120. This will give them a foundation to start working with triple-digit numbers. They should be able to do addition and subtraction with numbers 100 and below. They will also start working with bigger equations and get familiar with place values. The worksheets cover this top skills and more. Click HERE for 1st Grade Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
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Top math skills your kid learns in 2nd grade.
Often when we think of Grade 2 Math, multiplication and division overshadow other important concepts. While these 2 are the stars of the show, there are a handful of supporting casts that play critical roles. Geometry and angles make a big return in 2nd Grade. Students should get comfortable with advanced shapes and measuring angles. Likewise, place value makes itself known again. Students need to have a handle on adding and subtracting up to 1000 using place value operations. Click HERE for 2nd grade Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
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Top math skills your kid learns in 3rd grade.
We already know the essential nature of learning multiplication and division. Let’s not forget about fractions! Fractions will be a common feature of math moving forward and also a priceless life skill. Grade 3 kicks off fractions with simplification and learning mixed numbers. Expect to see these 3 main players and more in our worksheet. Click HERE for 3rd grade Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
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Top math skills your kid learns in 4th grade.
Grade 4 represents a ramping up of fractions and the way they are used. At this point your child should be comfortable with the concept of them and be ready to start using them to represent data or adding them together. One concept that often gets eclipsed by fractions is measurement and graphing. Graphing becomes a big part of math in the years to come and 4th Grade is a crucial point for kids to get the basics of graphing and measuring data with them. Click HERE for 4th grade Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
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Top math skills your kid learns in 5th grade.
In order to be prepared for middle school, Grade 5 students should bring in some essential tools to create a strong foundation to build on as they push toward higher level math. With algebra becoming a main player, 5th Grade kids must work on creating and analyzing graphs. Additionally, adding and subtracting fractions or mixed numbers is a must-have part of 5th Grade math. Click HERE for 5th grade Halloween Worksheet and answer key.
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3 Fun Halloween Math Activities for 5th Grade
Halloween is a great time to get your students excited about math. There are so many fun activities that you can do with your students to help them celebrate this spooky holiday. Here are three Halloween math activities that your fifth grade students will love!
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This is a great way to get your students’ creative juices flowing, as well as practicing their math skills with those math + art worksheets.
It’s a fresh twist on color-by-number or color-by-code, with more creative freedom on the resulting image. Simply print out a Doodle Math worksheet relevant to the topic that you’re covering in class. Your students will solve problems and unlock doodle patterns that they can doodle in the color of their choice
Here’s a few that are perfect for 5th grade:
Adding & Subtracting Decimals | Doodle Math Twist on Color by Number | Fall
Multiplying Decimals | Doodle Math, Twist on Color by Number Worksheets
Evaluating Numerical Expressions | Doodle Math Color by Number | Halloween
You can find more in my Fall-Halloween-Thanksgiving section .
This activity is a fun way to help students practice independently while they create a spooky masterpiece.
You can copy a Google Sheet for each of your students and have them copy it. Students solve the problems and incrementally unlock a Halloween-themed picture. It’s great because it auto-grades, so students get instant feedback on what problems they’re getting right and wrong, so that they can improve.
I’ve made a few that you can use right away:
Metric Unit Conversions Pixel Art | Decimals | Google Sheets | Thanksgiving Math
Evaluating Numerical Expressions Pixel Art | Order of Operations PEMDAS Digital
Adding Fractions with Like & Unlike Denominators Pixel Art | Thanksgiving Math
Multiplying & Dividing Fractions Pixel Art | Whole Numbers Fraction Google Sheet
Dividing Fractions by Whole Numbers and Fractions Pixel Art | Google Sheets
Volume by Counting Unit Cubes Pixel Art | 3D Solids, Prisms | Thanksgiving Math
Dividing Unit Fractions and Whole Numbers Pixel Art Google Sheets 5th Grade
Multiplying and Dividing Whole Numbers Pixel Art BUNDLE | Fall & Halloween
There’s more in my Fall-Halloween-Thanksgiving section .
Looking for a fun way to practice graphing and coordinate planes with your students?
Try this exciting, print-and-go activity, students help the CDC stop an outbreak of a zombie virus by plotting outbreak locations, analyzing where to place a laboratory and hospital, and computing the distance between infected individuals.
Coordinate Plane Graphing & Distance | Plotting Points, Quadrants | 6th Grade
Looking for an exciting application for plotting points coordinate planes, identifying quadrants, and calculating distance on graphs? How about a zombie apocalypse? In this print-and-go, EASEL-compatible activity, students must help the CDC stop an outbreak by plotting outbreak locations, analyzing where to place a laboratory and hospital, and computing the distance between infected individuals.
I hope you find at least one activity to make this Halloween spooktacular!
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Fun & Free Halloween Math Activities from Piqosity!
The spooky plights of All Hallows Eve are upon us, and what better way to alleviate those frights than with engaging Halloween math activities? From reading coordinates to using algebraic equations to solving hidden messages, we’ve provided a variety of free Halloween math activities perfect for both middle and high school students.
Each of the activities listed below is a fun and easy printable that can seamlessly be incorporated into your daily classroom activities. Our Piqosity team has also created a few spooktacular math problems exclusively for this article that are sure to challenge and delight!
An all-new 2022 version of this article , complete with embedded Piqosity original quizzes, is available for your use!
Halloween Activities for Middle School
1. creepy coordinate grids.
This creepy coordinate grid activity covers a variety of math concepts, including h ow to identify coordinate pairs and quadrants, c alculating the distance between ordered pairs, and r eflecting points over the x and y axes.
Your student will solve 16 different task cards using a provided graph and record their findings on a provided worksheet. This is a great activity for your student to complete on their own or with a partner.
Created and made available for free download by Mixing it Up in Middle .
2. Distributive Property and Combining Like Terms Halloween Hidden Message Activity
Nothing fits better with Halloween than solving a good mystery. With this hidden message activity, middle and high school students can test their algebra skills by solving equations to reveal a secret message.
The activity can be done by individuals or in small groups to promote working cooperatively. You can also choose between two different difficulty levels depending on the skill level of your students: color-coded or non-color-coded. The non-color-coded version is more difficult as students can’t rely on a specific color group to narrow their choices down.
During the activity, students need to use the distributive property to simplify equations and combine like terms to reveal the Halloween message. Once they simplify the equation, they will cut and paste the answer onto the provided secret message sheet. An answer key is included and the creator recommends projecting it onto a board to go over once students finish.
Created and made available for free download by Math in Demand.
Halloween Activities for High School
1. graphing cartesian cartoons (pumpkin).
Cartesian cartoons are a great way to practice piecewise functions and other graphing skills without causing students to completely lose interest. In this pumpkin cartesian cartoon activity, students will solve 34 different coordinates and then connect the dots to reveal a smiling jack-o-lantern.
Your students will get a kick out of creating their own Halloween-themed dot-to-dot while simultaneously exercising their brains. This activity pairs well with the geometry portion of our ISEE Upper Level math review .
Created and made available for free download by Matt Lora at Value Added Publishing .
Halloween Math Questions by Piqosity (5th Grade-Algebra 1)
We are nearing the end of October and Halloween is on everyone’s mind. The trick-or-treating night is nigh and millions are wondering how they can streamline their journey around the neighborhood while receiving the most amount of candy possible. Join us as we dive into some spooky math problems to determine how a group of trick-or-treaters can best maximize their candy haul this Halloween. Piqosity devised these problems, starting at a 5th-grade level and progressing in difficulty to Algebra 1, in order to test your math knowledge and prepare you for a bountiful Halloween – solve these tricks to prepare for your treats! These problems, written by Piqosity’s own Mohamed El Noamany , are easy to copy/paste and turn into your own Halloween math worksheet!
Piqosity’s Halloween Math Questions
1. During Halloween, a group of 3 friends plan to collect as much candy as they can. If they plan to visit 185 houses and will each receive 3 pieces of candy from each house, how much candy will the trio collect if they visit all the houses?
A. 555 B. 1665 C. 1500 D. 1885
2. One of the trio wonders if they will even be able to carry that much candy in their bags. The bags that the trio carry are shaped as rectangular prisms, with a width of 5 inches, a depth of 6 inches and a height of 10 inches. If the average candy has a volume of 1 in ³ how many pieces of candy can the trio carry between themselves?
A. 300 B. 900 C. 1800 D. 1600
3. Let’s say that the trio only visits 8 houses, and they take 1 piece of candy from the first house. Each time they visit another house, they become more greedy and each takes double the amount of candy that they took from the previous house. How much candy will the trio collect by the time they visit all 8 houses?
A. 275 B. 945 C. 765 D. 637
Math Answer Key and Explanations
Since there are 3 friends and each of them will receive 3 pieces of candy, we can multiply these numbers together to get the total number of candy the trio will receive per house. If we multiply this by the number of houses they plan to visit, we will be able to calculate the total pieces of candy they will receive. C = 3 ×3×185 = 1665
In order to find the total number of candies that will fit into each bag, we need to calculate the area of each bag and divide the result by the volume of each candy. We can calculate the volume of a rectangular prism by multiplying each of its dimensions together. Volume = Height × Width × Depth Volume = 5 × 6 × 10 = 300 300 ÷ 1 = 300 Since there are 3 bags between the trio, we need to multiply this number by 3 . 3 × 300 = 900 The trio will only be able to carry 900 pieces of candy between themselves!
When the trio visits the first house they only obtain 1 piece of candy and each time they double the amount they took before. The amount of candy each of the three received at the first house is equal to: The amount of candy each of the three received at the first house is equal to: The total amount of candy each person will receive from the 8 houses can be modeled with the following equation: Multiply this value by 3 to calculate the total amount of candy the three will receive: The trio will have 765 pieces of candy if they visit 8 houses.
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We hope you didn’t find these Halloween math activities too ghoulish. After all, math shouldn’t be a scary concept for anyone; fun activities like the above can pique curiosity in math and help students overcome math anxiety . And if you enjoyed these free Halloween math activities, make sure you check out our upcoming free Halloween English activities ! You can find more (non-Halloween-themed) Math lessons with questions of similar difficulty levels in our Math Course! These are complete courses available online through our app and can be purchased separately or received for free when bundled with our ISEE test prep courses !
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For your convenience, we have outlined lessons relevant to or at the same difficulty level as the above passages and word problems. These can be found below.
Related Math Lessons by Piqosity: Lessons related to question #1: Math 5 – Solving Algebraic Equations from Word Problems Math 5 – Multiplying Whole Numbers Lessons related to question #2: ISEE UL – Surface Area and Volume Math 5 – Calculating Volume Lessons related to question #3: Algebra 1 – Properties of Exponents Algebra 1 – Geometric Sequences
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For your Halloween math games and activities, we’ve got 7 spine-chilling suggestions for you, ranging from Halloween math problems to some spooky math division, so let’s hope that you don’t get a fright when you see how tricky some of the questions are!
Halloween Math Activity 1: Three-digit addition and subtraction ‘Trick-or-Treat’ adventure
Halloween math activity 2: spider web angles, halloween math activity 3: fill in the symbols to help the witch make her potion, halloween math activity 4: spooky math division word problems, halloween math activity 5: bats vs. broomsticks measuring activity, halloween math activity 6: frankenstein’s friends – simplifying fraction door numbers, halloween math activity 7: spider web area and perimeter greater-depth investigation.
This simple Halloween math worksheet will help your elementary class practice 3-digit addition and subtraction in a fun and engaging way.
Sid the Skeleton is heading down a haunted trick-or-treat path where he will get loads of candy from each house, but the ghosts and goblins may steal his candy along the way. It is up to your students to work out how many pieces of candy Sid is left with after he completes his math-filled journey.
Each house along the path requires your class to work out the answer to an addition or subtraction equation. At some houses, Sid will add more candy to his bag (a ‘treat’) and at others, he will have some candy stolen from the ghosts and goblins, which will be subtracted from his total (a ‘trick’).
Students will need to use the answer to each problem as the first number of the following equation to keep up with Sid’s ongoing candy total as he trick-or-treats!
Read the following directions aloud to your students:
Sid the Skeleton enters the haunted village with 148 pieces of candy. Along the path through the haunted village, he receives an enormous amount of candy. But look out! The ghosts and goblins who haunt the village are also stealing candy from his bag.
Start with the first addition equation. Use the answer to this equation as the starting number for the second equation. Repeat this process until you find out how many pieces of candy Sid is left with at the end!
Halloween math activities don’t come easier to use than this!
How to use this Halloween math worksheet
You can print off the image and get your class to tackle the path individually or in teams, or if printing poses a problem, then simply put the sheets up on the interactive whiteboard and use math books to record their answers.
1) 148 + 115 = 263 2) 263 – 135 = 128 3) 128 + 387 = 515 4) 515 – 294 = 221 5) 221 + 473 = 694 6) 694 – 496 = 198 7) 198 + 185 = 383 pieces of candy
383 pieces of candy
These spiders have made different paths with their silk, and it is up to your class to work out the angles they have made! Each spider has chosen to begin creating its web using a different angle, so make sure your elementary students pay close attention to each and every arachnid.
Print off this Halloween image and hand it out to each member of your class. You will also need protractors for each student to use to work out the angles the spiders have made. Watch them work out the angles that each of the spiders has created!
A = 45 ° B = 25 ° C = 100 °
D = 90 ° E = 10 ° F = 75 °
You’ll find addition, subtraction, division, and multiplication in this one, making it the perfect Halloween activity for school. Willow the Witch is struggling to work out the amount of each spooky ingredient she needs for her potion, so she needs your class’s help!
Using the symbols for each of the four operations, your students will fill in the correct symbol in each box to ensure that exactly the right number of frogs legs, eyeballs and more end up in the potion.
This is a great math activity to use to settle your class down after an exciting lunchtime. Print it off for them and explain that Willow the Witch needs their help, and all that is left for you to do is sit back and watch them complete this math challenge using their four operations knowledge!
A) × B) + C) ÷ D) + E) × F) × G) × H) ÷
I) ÷ J) × K) ÷ L) ÷ M) + N) + O) ×
This is a ready-made Halloween math activity with 8 ghoulish division-based word problems to solve. These questions are bound to get your class into the Halloween spirit while practicing division, so what more could you ask for?
Perfect as a quick and easy math starter activity , you can print one of these Halloween math images for every student as a great way to ensure 10 minutes of focus.
Depending on the math level of the children in your class, you can adapt the numbers in the problems to stretch and challenge each pupil by writing individual problems up on the interactive whiteboard.
1) 16 2) 3 3) 8 4) 5 5) 2 6) 5 7) 5 8) 5
Depending on whether or not the cool fall weather has truly taken hold, this activity is the perfect one to make the most of the last few rays of sunshine and to take your math lesson outside.
This is one of the most active Halloween math activities we have on our list, so we know your students will enjoy it!
Ask your class to make a paper airplane each, and then decorate it with either bats or broomsticks. Everyone is likely to have a slightly different method of paper plane construction, but this is exactly what we want for this Halloween math game.
If there are a few students that don’t know how to make a paper airplane, you can find simple instructions on how to do so.
How to run this Halloween math activity
All you need to enjoy this math activity with your class is some paper, pens and a big dose of Halloween creativity.
Once everyone has made their paper plane, take them outside (or into the school hall if it’s raining) and let them fly! Then once everyone has released their plane, it is time for some Halloween math.
Students can measure and compare the distances their planes have flown, and you can ask questions such as:
- How far did your bat/broomstick fly in meters?
- How far did your bat/broomstick fly in centimeters?
- Which bat/broomstick flew the farthest?
- What was the average distance flown by bats and by broomsticks across the class?
- What was the average distance of all the bats?
- What was the average distance of all of the broomsticks?
- Which type of plane (bat vs broomstick) flew the farthest distance when all of them are added together?
Extra Halloween math activity idea
To turn this activity into more of a competition among your class, why not add some extra monsters into the mix? How much farther did the zombie plane fly than the ghost one? Is Frankenstein a better pilot than Dracula? The spooky possibilities are endless with this fun Halloween math game!
While learning about fractions, simplifying fractions is an important element teachers like to review with their class. Students should learn to be comfortable with simplifying fractions, so this fun Halloween math game is a great way to challenge the fraction knowledge in your class.
In a similar vein to the addition and subtraction trick-or-treat adventure sheet, you can print off the worksheet and get your class to tackle the path individually or in teams, or if printing poses a problem, then simply put the sheets up on the interactive whiteboard and use math books for answers.
Spider webs are everywhere approaching Halloween, but rather than accidentally walking into them in the playground, why not bring these clever creations into the classroom to help area and perimeter stick to your students like a fly in a web?
Using the spider web shown here as an example, your class will need to work to find the area of one section of the spider web and then multiply this by the total number of sections around that layer to find the overall surface area of each layer of the web.
Then, they can repeat this for each layer of the web, eventually working out the total area of the web.
If you are looking for a way to simplify this task, make each layer of the spider web a single shape, either in the form of a circle, square or triangle.
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