# Halloween Math

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.

Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
Write the answers to the addition math facts and color according to the key.
Practice basic addition skills and color in two fun mystery pictures with this file.
Have your students complete this maze and solve the addition problem by filling in the number of pumpkins the good witch passes on her way through the maze and adding them together.
On their way through this maze, your students will fill in the number of pumpkins their path passes. At the end, they will add up all the pumpkins to find the total.
This is our most difficult Halloween addition maze, for those especially talented at navigating all the twists and turns. They'll have to add up 7 numbers to find the sum of all the pumpkins they pass.
Find adjacent shapes on the pumpkin that add up to 15. The player who finds the most if the winner.
Solve the basic addition problems and color. The finished picture reveals a scene with a jack-o-lantern, a cat, a bat, and a witch.
This Halloween-themed math worksheet has nine addition problems to be solved using 3-digit numbers.
Find the sum for each 3-digit addition problem. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding sums. THe finished picture is a werewolf howling at the full moon.
This monster-themed practice worksheet has three-digit adding problems.  These problems require students to regroup/carry.
What do you call a skeleton who refuses to do any work? To discover the answer to this funny riddle, students must solve nine column addition problems.
Why are there iron fences around graveyards? To discover the answer, students must answer a set of addition mental math problems. All problems have addends with 2, 3, or 4 digits. (example: 4,000+5,000)

## Subtraction

Write the answers to the subtraction problems and color the picture according to the key.
Write the answers to the subtraction problems and color the picture according to the key.
Find the differences. Then color according to the key to reveal a Halloween scene.
Subtract to find the differences with these 3-digit number problems on this spooky, Halloween-themed worksheet.
Solve the 3-digit subtraction problems. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding differences/answers. The finished picture is Dr. Frankenstein's monster.
Another monster-themed worksheet.  This one has 2-digit subtraction problems that require borrowing.
Use addition and subtraction to solve the Halloween word problems on this worksheet.

## Multiplication

Write the answers to the multiplication problems and color the pumpkin picture according to the key.
Find the products and color the picture according to the key. The finished picture is a Halloween scene with a witch, a jack-o-lantern, a bat, and a black cat.
Write the products for the basic multiplication facts (0s through 9s) and color the illustration according to the key.
Find the product for each 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problem. This worksheet contains 8 problems and several cute monster illustrations.
Calculate the product for each 2-digit by 1-digit multiplication problem. Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding products. The finished picture shows two Halloween skeletons.
This Halloween-themed math worksheet features 3-digit by 1-digit multiplication problems and pictures of spooky ghosts, bats, and pumpkins.
Multiply the three-digit numbers by 1-digit.  Worksheet includes cute pumpkin pictures.

## Division

Write the answers to the division facts, then color the mystery picture to reveal a pumpkin.
Solve the basic division problems and use the answers and the key to color accordingly and complete the two worksheets.
Write the quotients for the division facts. Then color according to the key. The completed picture shows a bat, a black cat, a witch, and an orange jack-o-lantern.
Write the answers to the division facts, then color the mystery picture to reveal a pumpkin.
Solve the basic division problems (1-digit quotients with remainders). Then cut out the numbered puzzle pieces. Place the numbered pieces on the corresponding quotients. The finished picture shows 2 kids trick-or-treating.

## Graphing

Plot the points on the coordinate grid and connect them to make a picture of a witch's hat. The x- and y-axes contain whole numbers between 0 and 25.
Plot the points on this grid and connect them to reveal the mystery picture.
Plot and connect the points on the coordinate grid. The finished picture is a smiling jack-o-lantern. Includes only positive numbers between 0 and 25.
This mystery graph jack-o-lantern is slightly harder because there are more points to find, plot, and connect. All numbers are between 0 and 25.
This Halloween-themed worksheet is a great way to practice making and reading bar graphs.
This worksheet has pictures of jack-o'-lanterns, black cats, witch hats, and ghosts. Count how many of each picture appear and use that information to make a bar graph and answer the 5 questions.
Students can complete this worksheet to learn about creating and reading histograms.

## Telling Time

This Halloween-themed worksheet has clocks for students to find the time to the nearest hour.
This worksheet has pictures of candy, ghosts, and pumpkins and six clocks for students to find the nearest 5 minutes time on.
Find the time to the nearest minute on this Halloween-themed time worksheet.

## More Halloween Math

Solve these basic algebraic equations to find out why the scarecrow won the Nobel Prize. (example: x - 300 = 80)
Students can solve these eight equations to demonstrate their understanding of Order of Operations. Then match the answers wit the letters at the bottom of the page to find the answer to a silly riddle. What do you call a witch who lives at the beach? A sand-witch.
Students will answer these word problems with fractions.
Write each 4-digit number in standard form. Then match the answers to the letters in the puzzle to decode the following riddle: Where do dirty bats go?

## Roman Numerals

What do ghosts do when they drive cars? To decode the answer to this laugh-out-loud riddle, students must convert roman numerals.
Decode the Roman Numerals, then color the mystery picture to reveal a pumpkin.

## Counting & Color-by-Number

Count the dots and color the pumpkin according to the key.
Kindergarten
Color the Halloween scene according to the color code at the bottom of the page. The scene has a black bat, a witch, an orange pumpkin, a full moon, and a black cat.
Have your students color this picture according to the number guide at the bottom to reveal a jack o'lantern.
This file includes two color-by-number pages. When uncolored, they look very similar. However, the keys and numbers on the pages are different. One worksheet shows a witch while the other shows a cat.
More Halloween Worksheets

This index page will link you to Halloween reading & writing worksheets, Halloween puzzles and classroom games, Halloween coloring pages, and much more!

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