Learning to count and put numbers 1 to 10 in order is fun with this bat jigsaw, which is of course perfect for Halloween. It comes in black and white (make sure the kids colour the picture before you cut it up!) and colour.
Halloween Maths Worksheets
We've had a lot of fun putting together these Halloween maths worksheets, and hope your children enjoy using them! We cover counting, simple addition and substraction and ordinal numbers.
Fill in the number before and after the number on the bat's tummy! We've provided 3 worksheets in this set, for numbers up to 10.
Fill in the bats' wings with the numbers before and after the numbers on the bats' tummies! There are 2 pages in this worksheet set, for numbers up to 20.
Fill in the bats' wings with numbers up to 50 - writing the number before and after the number on the bats' tummies. There are 3 pages in this set.
The kids will love sorting these cute bats in order of size! Simply print and cut out (laminate if you prefer), then jumble them up ready to be sorted!
Learn about symmetry by trying to reproduce the second half of our funny bat on this symmetry worksheet. We have a gridded version for younger children.
Here's a fun counting activity that hopefully won't drive you batty! Count the different types of bats (including cute baby ones!) and write your answers in the boxes.
Count up the broomsticks, pumpkins and ghosts in each group and then compare the groups together, filling in the blanks as you go. Halloween worksheet fun!
Puzzle out the number that each ghost represents to complete this tricky ghost addition square worksheet. It will get the kids thinking!
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.
Children will have so much fun colouring this ghost maths fact colouring page that they won't even notice that they are practicing their addition to 10 sums!
Can the kids work out what the final two ghosts in each room should look like? This is definitely a fun pattern worksheet!
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.
Count the ghosts in each group and write the number below it, then have a go at these simple subtraction sums. Fun for Halloween!
These colourful Halloween peg cards are a different way to practise adding to 10 and are perfect for the classroom or at home. The children need to work out the sum then peg the correct number on the card. Laminate the cards if you want to reuse them.
Here's a fun way to practise adding to 20 with a spooky Halloween twist. Print and cut out these Halloween Addition peg cards, then ask the kids to try the sums and "clip" the correct number at the bottom of each card.
We love these cute Halloween bat number cards and we hope the kids will enjoy them too - use as flashcards, for card games and counting practice with a Halloween twist...We've given you numbers 0 to 20 and a spare bat to fill in how you choose.
There's lots of Halloween sorting fun to be had with our big and small size sorting worksheet! Print and cut out the fun Halloween pictures and the sorting mats too, then ask the children to sort the pairs by size.
Can the children circle the biggest Halloween picture on each row, and draw a cross on the smallest? A fun sorting activity with a Halloween theme!
The children will enjoy totting up the number of each Halloween picture and writing the answers in the boxes on this spooky counting worksheet.
Grab some clothes pegs and printer card and have fun with these Halloween number peg cards! Cut out the cards (laminate for repeat use) and then ask the kids to count the objects and "clip" the correct number.
Print out this simple Halloween hundred square in colour or black and white and have some fun with maths this Halloween.
There are five hundred squares in this pack to choose from, all requiring children to fill in the blanks. The first and second work on "odds and evens". The third, fourth and fifth drop progressively more numbers from the square for the kids to fill in.
Here's a useful pack of hundred squares with a Halloween theme and the times tables 2 through 12 highlighted on each. Laminate them and use them as reference, or put them up as posters perhaps?
There are 6 worksheets in this pack so your children can get plenty of practice with their Halloween counting! Search for the gruesome Halloween pictures in the boxes at the bottom of the sheet, count them up and write the number of each in the boxes.
Just for fun this Halloween, brighten up the classroom desks or the homework table with these Halloween number lines, which print 3 to a page and are quick to slice and distribute.
We have 2 versions of this colourful Halloween number line. The first is designed to be cut into strips and glued into one long long line ... fun! And the second can be used just as is.
Here is a fun way to practice counting and tie it in with everyone's favourite spooky holiday! There are 4 pages to this pdf file. Print onto card, cut each pair apart, and give to the kids to reassemble.
Trace the numbers 0 to 10 on these Halloween "candy" cauldrons. When you've finished you could colour them in and cut them out and use them as an ordering activity.
This counting activity is rather like a Halloween I-Spy! There are all sorts of things to spot in the picture, and we ask the kids to count up some of them.
Can the kids number the Halloween pictures from smallest to biggest? A fun sorting skills worksheet for Halloween!
My son always looks for the biggest pumpkin he can find in the shops at Halloween! Can the children sort our Jack 'o' Lanterns by size?
Children need to complete some simple addition sums and follow the key to colour this Jack O' Lantern maths fact colouring page.
This hundred square has a funny monster to amuse your children as they hunt for their numbers, practise counting on and skip counting and so on. It comes in colour or black and white, with odds and evens highlighted or with stripes to differentiate the lines. Take your pick.
Choose from 5 different "fill in the blanks" versions of our monster hundred square, included 3 levels of random numbers, and one each for odds and evens. You could use the complete monster hundred square for self-checking or reference, too.
Practising skip counting and learning times tables is much more fun when you have a monster to cheer you on!
Make times table practice fun with these pumpkin dot to dot puzzles! Choose the times table your child is learning then ask them to join the dots by counting in 2s, 3s, 4s, and so on ... all the way up to 12s.
This spooky pumpkin worksheet practises logic, observational skills and cutting and pasting too. Can the kids complete the sequences by cutting out and sticking the pumpkins in the correct boxes?
Draw the other 4 legs to complete the spider on this spider symmetry worksheet. Try to make your drawing a mirror image of the printed spider half.