The month of October is such a fun time to get kids excited for Halloween! I am going to give you some fun Halloween math ideas for kids to use in your classroom. These ideas are easy and hands-on for the kids to learn and use.
The next few items are patterning activities that I got from Oriental Trading. I stocked up knowing that the kiddos would absolutely love these Halloween math ideas for kids. (Disclosure: I received three products for review from Oriental Trading. All opinions are my own.)
These stamps from Oriental Trading are amazing. Modeling AB, ABC, ABA, and ABB patterns are made simple and fun with these fall stampers! I made a simple template for them to make, which is offered as a math freebie below.
In the pictures shown above, I showed the freebie ABA and ABB pattern templates. Download that here!
This craft from Oriental Trading is also a really fun Halloween math idea for kids. Put it in one of your math centers during the fall, and you’re all set. The students are provided with foam leaves and a circle. They are also given peel and stick glue dots to lay down the leaves.
My niece tried this one. She was SO close!!
MORE Fun Halloween Math Ideas for Kids
These apple erasers from Oriental Trading make perfect ten frame markers! Check out the way I used them for ten frame and teen frames. Students can display a number on the ten/teen frame, then they can make addition and related subtraction problems from it. These two pages are also included in the freebie.
Halloween Math Ideas for Busy Teachers
In this pack, there are 10 coloring sheets where students will color by number or color by sight word. Sight words and numbers are K/1 level.
In this packet, you’ll find 50 printables for quick and easy teaching for first grade. These 50 practice sheets revolve around October themes (Halloween and Fall), while practice ELA and literacy skills for first graders.
I have also made a Halloween specific set of activities that has 5 math and 5 ELA activities. The 5 math activities are Jack-o-Lantern Notation (I Have, Who Has), Witchy Pie Graphs (creating graphs), Webs of Money (counting coin sets), Mysterious Adding (spinning numbers and adding), and Ghostly Differences (subtraction problems).
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Enjoy! As always, I hope you walked away with a few good ideas for your classroom! Subscribe to my newsletter for ideas all year long!