Heather Morgan

# Halloween math crafts

Engage your kids with fun and educational Halloween math crafts. Explore creative ways to teach math concepts while enjoying the spooky season. Get inspired with our top ideas!

### Grab a FREE halloween Math craft here! These math crafts are perfect for October to use in your first grade class!

Lauren Tomaselli

### Grab this FREE Halloween Fact Families Math Center to reinforce addition and subtraction fact families with your 1st grade students.

Gail Hendricks

### Add in a fun Halloween activity or two to your October lessons! Your 1st and 2nd grade students will love the spooky twist!

Jennifer Malcolm

### Have some fun measuring a variety of Halloween creatures with this FREE Halloween Measurement Math Resource. It makes a great math center during the month of October and reinforces centimeter and inch measurement processes. #measurement #halloweenmath #math #measuringwitharuler #halloweenfun #freemathresources

Bri Ahlers

### Pumpkin Editable Addition & Subtraction Activity connects pumpkins with key math concepts, so your kids can review their math facts in a fun hands-on way!

Emily Crossman

### Math crafts are my favorite Friday activity! Here's a simple, fun, and free one for Halloween! Spider Addition! All you need to make this is: black paper (I used 6 x 7.5 inch, but you can use any size you want!) a white crayon spiders - I used spider rings with the ring part cut off, but you could also use stickers or even have your kids draw some. optional: background paper to glue it all on :) On a piece of black paper, have your kids draw a web. It may be easiest if you do this as a…

Yayo Viramontes

### Does the thought of trying to teach 25 Halloween-crazed kids the week before Halloween make you want to curl up under your covers and call in a sub? Have no fear, because you really CAN

Mackenzie McCollum

### Ten Frames will support students in multiple content areas of mathematics. In addition they can help move students from an emergent understanding of joining two groups to a more structured and coordinated process. This will help them learn to better explain addition and also make them open to naturally learning strategies like the 'turnaround' strategy and bridging. Playing games with ten frames makes math so much more fun! My monster themed ten frame addition packet includes 4 activities to…

Denise M.

### These Halloween part part whole activities help kids learn about decomposing numbers and fact families. They make an awesome addition to October math

Johanna