Parents can easily take advantage of their children’s enthusiasm for Halloween to work in an educational activity. Consider math worksheets that incorporate counting lessons, word problems, multiplication, addition, subtraction, or division.
Profiled below is one source of Halloween worksheets appropriate for kids at first through fifth grade math levels.
Printable Halloween Math Worksheets
The Kidzone website houses an excellent selection of Halloween theme math worksheets. There are over fifty worksheets, divided by suggested grade levels (from 1st grade through 5th grade). All worksheets have a Halloween theme image on them, from a bat, pumpkin, or ghost, to a witch, cat, or skeleton & crossbones.
Here is a sampling of the types of printable Halloween math worksheets available on the site:
- First Grade – add or subtract two numbers from one to ten (vertical or horizontal), fill-in-the-blank simple addition or subtraction, add a column of three numbers (one of which is always “1”), add one number from 10 to 19 to one number from 0 to 9, easy word problems
- Second Grade – number sentences with fill-in-the-blank addition, subtraction or multiplication signs, two digit number math tables, simple multiplication math tables
- Third Grade – four digit number addition or subtraction, addition of decimal numbers with carrying, single digit quotient division without remainders
- Fourth Grade – five digit number addition or subtraction, two digit division with remainders, find the missing factor 1 to 100
- Fifth Grade – advanced math word problems, multiply decimal numbers, multiply a decimal number by a whole number
Print Math Worksheets with Bat, Ghost, Pumpkin, Skeleton & Witch Images
To print a particular math worksheet on the website above, click on the underlined portion of the worksheet description, then use the browser’s print feature or click on the underlined word “print.” Click on “no ad version” at the top of the web page to generate a cleaner-looking worksheet.
Fun Halloween Learning Activities – Reading, Writing Worksheets for Children
Math worksheets with cute Halloween images aren’t the only way to turn this holiday into a learning experience. Hundreds of Halloween worksheets are available for free online. A simple Google search will produce plenty of free printables. Here are a few more Halloween learning activities for parents or teachers to consider looking up:
- Adjective worksheets (i.e. ways to describe ghosts, pumpkins, or witches)
- Handwriting skill practice
- Reading comprehension worksheets
- Vocabulary lists
- Word searches