Primary Halloween Math Resources

Last week we gave you an overview of our Halloween Literacy and Math Pack. Now, we are going to take a closer look at the math pack, all of the fabulous resources included in it, and how to use it in the classroom.

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These adorable colour by number worksheets are sure to be a big hit, and are great as ‘early finishers’ or as ‘seat work’. Answers to subtraction and addition questions correspond with a colour, and the activity is  fun way to help kids consolidate grade appropriate addition and subtraction facts with a  colourful twist.

Colour by number

Finding fun word problems that are at your students’ reading level can sometimes be tricky. The word problems in this pack contain only decodable and level appropriate sight words (including Halloween related words), ensuring students do not struggle with the language as they solve the problem. This is a look at one of the grade 2 math word problems.

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Measuring activities include cute critters and spooky spiders. These sheets come in black and white, which means that as a reward for finishing the measurements, students can colour them in!

bat measurement

This fun graphing activity practises data management skills by having students survey and graph each others’ favourite Halloween candy. With trick-or-treating just around the corner, there will be some strong opinions!

candy survey

We hope that you enjoy all of the spookily-terrific resources in this pack!

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For more fabulous resources,  please visit our Teachers Pay Teachers store, contact Ruth Rumack’s Learning Space at 416.925.1225, or visit our website.

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