Puzzle out the number that each ghost represents to complete this tricky ghost addition square worksheet. It will get the kids thinking!
These ghost worksheets are too much fun to be worksheets, really - the only problem being that the kids might get distracted by the rather lovely ghosts and not concentrate on the maths bit!
This ghost addition square worksheet is a mixture of a logic puzzle, a code, and a maths worksheet – and it is a lot of fun!
Count the number of ghosts in each group and write the number in the box below it. Then add up the total ghosts in each row, counting the ghosts again if it helps. Write the total in the box on the right.
How many ghosts in each line? Children should count them up and write the correct number in the box on the right.
Can the kids count the ghosts in each line, and write the correct number in the box on the right? This is the second of our ghost counting worksheets.
Here is the third of our ghost counting worksheets, and the trickiest. Count up the total of each type of ghost and write the number in the box. Children might want to cross out each ghost as they count them to help them keep track.
Each ghost in this equations worksheet was associated with a digit from 0 to 9. When you work out what the digit is, write it in the appropriate box on the bottom of the worksheet and then use it to help you work out the rest of the sums.
This fun ghost equations worksheet is a mixture between code and sums! Lots of fun at Halloween time.
You don't need to be scared of writing if you use our paragraph writing prompts to help you! This one is all about a spooky ghost, so it's perfect for Halloween...
Can the kids work out what the final two ghosts in each room should look like? This is definitely a fun pattern worksheet!
Halloween is a great time of year for sparking the imagination, and the children can write a couple of sentences about a spooky ghost using our Ghost Sentence Writing Prompt to encourage them...
This spooky size sorting activity is great for teaching the kids how to sort from biggest and smallest (and smallest to biggest too!). Cut out the ghosts (laminate if you want to make them more durable), then shuffle them up and ask the kids to sort them by size.
Bring some Halloween spirit to your creative writing with our ghost story paper - we have lined and handwriting lined versions available.
Count the ghosts in each group and write the number below it, then have a go at these simple subtraction sums. Fun for Halloween!
Here's a fun way for little ones to practise their letters. We've designed this set of images with simple outlines so that you can cut out the images and laminate them, for the kids to trace over with a dry wipe pen. Of course you don't have to ...