Sunday, October 8, 2017

Halloween Middle School Math Activities & Games

Are you looking for a fun Halloween Math game?

Do you want to incorporate the CCSS Math concepts?

If you said YES, there are six fun review activities for your students to do for Halloween.


These Middle School Math Activities and Games are NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! Each game focuses on different Mathematical concepts with a Halloween theme. Students can play these game with 1 to 4 Players. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



These Middle School Math Rational Numbers Games are NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! These games focus on using Rational Numbers to find locations on a Coordinate Plane with a Halloween theme. Students play this game with a partner to discover where their partner's zombies and bats are located on the Coordinate Plane. Included are 4 different versions with 1 Quadrant and all 4 Quadrants. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.


This Middle School Math Two-Step Equations Activity is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! These activities are focused on solving two-step equations with a Halloween theme. Students spin the spinners to create spider web equations. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework. 


This Middle School Math Exponents & Scientific Notation Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on solving Exponents and Scientific Notation problems with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game with 2 to 4 Players to solve exponents and scientific notation. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.


This Middle School Math Integers Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on adding and subtracting Integers with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game as a 2-Player or 4-Player game to solve adding and subtracting integers. Included are 2 different versions with 2-Players game and 4-Players game. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



This Middle School Math Decimals, Fractions, & Percents Game is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This game focuses on finding equivalent Decimals, Fractions, and Percents with a Halloween theme. Students can play this game with 2 to 4 Players to solve decimals, fractions, and percents. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



This Middle School Math Ratios Activity is NO PREP and ready to keep your sixth, seventh, and eighth graders engaged! This activity is focused on finding ratios and equivalent ratios with a Halloween theme. Students will need a bag of candy m&m's to participate or you can print the NO PREP bag of m&m's provided. Students review Common Core State Standards and have some Halloween fun. Use these activities for bellwork, classwork, extra credit, fast finishers, or homework.



I hope your students get excited about Math during Halloween. I love to share with my students how to incorporate Math into the holiday. Of course the students love the candy, so I always offer it as a reward at the end of class (permitting it is one candy and it is either eaten right then or saved for later at lunch). Engaging students in Halloween Math activities can be rewarding for students to enjoy practicing and reviewing skills. Make it Engaging, Creative, and Fun and the students will be sure not to forget their awesome Math teacher.

Happy Teaching!

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