Halloween Math Worksheets
Welcome to the Halloween Math Worksheets page at Math-Drills.com. On this page, you will find Halloween math worksheets on a variety of topics including Halloween multiplication, division, addition and subtraction. The Halloween worksheets on this page should only be tried after you have learned how to defend yourself against evil spirits. Be careful of the monsters on the worksheets; they sometimes bite. Instead of labeling the Halloween math worksheets with letters, we've labeled them with scary words. If you happen to hear a noise when you click on one of the worksheets, we assure you, it is all in your head.
"The ultimate measure of a man is not where he stands in moments of comfort and convenience, but where he stands at times of challenge and controversy." Like when he is surrounded by ghosts and other Halloween creatures on these Halloween math worksheets.
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Various Halloween Math Worksheets
A variety of Halloween themed math worksheets on a variety of math topics such as counting, sorting, patterning, geometry and measurement.
Halloween Math Word Problems
The hair-raising Halloween word problems are certain to terrify your students. They were written to unnerve and chill anyone who dares to solve them.
Halloween counting worksheets
Here are some Halloween worksheets to help your little monsters practice counting. Counting objects in various patterns is a good skill to have and leads to being able to tell how much candy your dad ate from your collection.
Halloween sorting/ordering worksheets
There are all "sorts" of Halloween math worksheets, but these ones will help to get things in "order." Be careful, though. Monsters don't like things to be in order.
Halloween number patterns worksheets
The curse of the mummy has caused these number patterns to be wrong. See if you can break the curse and fix the patterns.
Scary Halloween picture patterns worksheets
"Nevermore!" and the Tell Tale Heart are not the only patterns you'll find at Halloween. Look below if you dare and choose the Halloween worksheet that will make you shiver the most. If you want to make the picture patterns more horrifying for your students, cut off the "cut-outs" strip before giving it to them and make them scratch the designs into stone with their fingernails.
Not-So-Scary Halloween picture patterns worksheets
In case your young ones find the scary Halloween picture patterns a little too scary, these ones should keep them happy and let them focus on candy instead.
Halloween geometry worksheets
Cartesian Art is a fun activity that reinforces the use of coordinate grid systems and has a satisfying product at the end that students can color. Students who have mastered this skill can try their hand at creating Cartesian art for their friends which brings their skills to a whole new level.
Halloween measurement worksheets
You might have a hard time building a haunted house if you don't know how to measure angles? Fortunately, some spiders decided to help and built you some angles with their silk.
Halloween graph paper
Graph paper... scary! There are so many uses for this graph paper, just try not to get trapped by its insidious squares.
What is the probability that you will get a chocolate bar at the next house? Maybe the worksheets below will help.
Halloween addition worksheets.
Add these Halloween math worksheets to your classroom and watch your students tremble in fear as they avoid the spooky creatures!
Halloween subtraction worksheets
Subtraction does not have to be too scary. Practice with these Halloween creatures and become a pro.
Halloween mixed addition and subtraction worksheets
In a daring act, we combined addition and subtraction questions on the same page. Although, this might seem a bit unorthodox, when students pay attention to signs on this page, they might get better at paying attention to the sounds in dark forests.
Halloween multiplication worksheets
Beware of the multiplying monsters when you use these scary halloween math worksheets!
Halloween division worksheets
Beware of the dividing demons when you use these scary halloween math worksheets!
Halloween mixed multiplication and division worksheets
Ahhh! Multiplication and division on the same page is frightful, but so is getting a poor mark in math. Use these scary math worksheets to prevent being haunted by B's (or even worse, C's or D's).
Halloween Missing Digits Worksheets
For the more advanced monsters, here is a mixture of operations with a little "punch." If you don't have enough fingers and toes to complete these Halloween math worksheets, then try counting with candy.
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Welcome to our Free Halloween Math Worksheets page.
We have a range of math puzzles, challenges and coordinate sheets with a Halloween theme with varying levels of difficulty.
Have fun with our Halloween math sheets!
We have created a range of math worksheets we have created with a halloween theme.
On this page you will find:
- halloween math puzzles;
- halloween math challenges;
- halloween coordinate sheets
Here are some of the learning skills our sheets on this page cover:
- add and subtract up to 20;
- learn multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables;;
- add several small numbers together;
- use coordinates using an alphanumerical grid.
- use coordinates in the first quadrant;
The pages have been split up into several different sections, with a different section for each series of worksheets.
- Codebreaker Challenges
- Number Word Challenges
- Picture Puzzles
- Alphanumerical Coordinates
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- More Halloween Worksheets
Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Codebreaker Challenges
Each challenge consists of a Halloween joke, and a hidden message which is the answer.
Solve the math facts to work out the hidden message.
Using these sheets will help your child to:
- learn and practice addition and subtraction facts to 20;
- practice multiplication facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
These sheets are suitable for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Sheets 1a and 1b have the same joke and answer, but different clues.
Sheets 2a and 2b have the same joke and answer, but different clues.
Sheets 1a and 2a have questions involving Addition and Subtraction facts to 20.
Sheets 1b and 2b have questions involving Multiplication Facts for the 2, 5 and 10 times tables.
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 1a
- PDF version
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 1b
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 2a
- Halloween Codebreaker Sheet 2b
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Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Number Word Challenges
Each letter in the word HALLOWEEN has been assigned a particular value.
For the first part of each challenge, you have to work out the value of different words that can be made from the word 'HALLOWEEN'.
For the second part of each challenge, you have to find words that have a specific value.
This challenge is great for developing fluency with addition facts.
Using these sheets will help you to:
- Sheet 1: practice addition facts of 3 or more single-digit numbers.
- Sheet 2 : add multiples of 10;
- Sheet 3: add multiples of 0.1.
These sheets are suitable for 2nd grade up to 5th grade.
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 1
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 2
- Halloween Number Word Challenge 3
Free Halloween Math Worksheets - Picture Puzzles
With our Halloweeen picture puzzles, you have a grid with a different Halloween picture in each square.
Each of the pictures has a value.
In the easiest challenge (Puzzle 1), the values of the picture are given, and you have to use the pictures to work out the totals in each row.
In all the other puzzle worksheets, you are told what the totals of each row are, and you have use this information to work out the value of each picture.
Puzzle 1 is suitable for 1st and 2nd graders.
Puzzle 2 is suitable for 2nd and 3rd graders.
Puzzle 3 is suitable for 3rd and 4th graders.
Puzzles 4 and 5 are suitable for 4th and 5th graders.
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 1
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 2
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 3
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 4
- Halloween Picture Puzzle 5
Halloween Coordinate Worksheets
Halloween alphanumerical coordinates.
These worksheets all have an alphanumerical grid with letters on the horizontal axis and numbers on the vertical axis.
You have to color each square on the grid the correct color to make the picture..
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 1
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 2
- Halloween Alphanumerical Coordinates 3
Halloween Coordinates (1st Quadrant)
These worksheets all involve plotting and joining coordinates in the first quadrant.
You have to plot and join the coordinates until you make a polygon, then shade it the correct color to make the picture.
These sheets are suitable for 4th and 5th graders.
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 1
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 2
- Halloween Coordinates Sheet 3
Halloween Coordinates Walkthrough Video
This short video walkthrough shows our Halloweeen Coordinates Sheet 3 being completed and has been produced by the West Explains Best math channel.
If you would like some support in solving the problems on these coordinate sheets, check out the video!
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Looking for fun Halloween math activities? Check out this collection of Halloween-themed math lessons, puzzles, games, and activities that you can download and use instantly in your middle school or high school classroom.
I had a lot of fun putting Halloween themed spin on some classic brainteasers to create some of these Halloween Puzzles that are suitable for use in elementary school, middle school, or high school math classrooms.
Hopefully this list gives you plenty of ideas for Halloween fun to share with your students.
Halloween Math Lessons
Halloween mystery tangram puzzle and coordinate plane graphing activity.
This Halloween Mystery Tangram Puzzle combines two favorite math activities into one. This printable Halloween puzzle will have students both practicing plotting ordered pairs on the coordinate plane and solving a fun tangram puzzle using the resulting outline from the plotted ordered pairs.
Halloween Candy Tax Lesson
This fun Halloween-themed analogy involving candy is the perfect way to introduce students to the concept of factoring out the greatest common factor of a polynomial.
Halloween Math Mistakes Activity
Chris Luzniak shares a fun question he added to his quiz on Halloween: show the scariest math mistake you can make.
Pumpkin Scatterplot Project
Have students bring in their pumpkins after Halloween so you can do a great hands-on scatterplot project from Austintacious Mathematics. Is there a linear relationship between the circumference and weight of a pumpkin?
Candy Grab Lab for Linear Regression
In this fun candy-themed lesson, students use their math and investigation skills to figure out if there is a relationship between a person’s handspan and the amount of Halloween candy they can pick up at one time.
Pythagorean Theorem Math Costume
Teaching the Pythagorean Theorem near Halloween? I have found the perfect costume for you!
Trick or Treat Venn Diagrams
Are your students having trouble understanding the difference between OR and AND in a venn diagram? Check out these Trick or Treat Venn Diagrams.
Desmos Linear Graphing Haunted House Project
Let your students put their linear graphing skills to the test by having them design a Haunted House in Desmos.
Wes Overton does a similar Desmos project he calls Halloween Houses.
Independent vs Dependent Variables: Ghosts in the Graveyard Game
Practice differentiating between independent and dependent variables with a fun game of Ghosts in the Graveyard.
The Ghosts in the Graveyard review game can be adapted for almost any math topic you can think of!
Practicing Calculus Vocabulary with Candy Graphs
Chris Bolognese shares a nifty way to use Google Search Trends to produce graphs of how frequently people are searching for things like “candy.”
I love his suggestion of how to use these graphs to practice calculus vocabulary such as increasing/decreasing and concavity.
Halloween Puzzles for Middle School or High School
9 pumpkins puzzle.
This 9 Pumpkins Puzzle is sure to provide your students a fun Halloween themed math challenge. Without lifting your pencil, draw 4 straight lines that pass through all nine of the pumpkins.
Pentominoes Jack-o’-Lantern Puzzle
This jack-o’-lantern made from pentominoes is the perfect halloween puzzle for math class. In this math activity, students must work to arrange a standard set of twelve pentominoes to form a jack-o’-lantern.
Halloween Symbols Puzzle
This Halloween Symbols Puzzle challenges students to arrange four cards so that various numbers of symbols are visible on each card. This is a fun Halloween-themed version of a classic playing card puzzle.
Bat Tangram Puzzle
October is the perfect time to challenge students with this bat tangram puzzle! Tangrams are one of my favorite puzzles to use in the math classroom.
Halloween Triples Puzzle
Bring some spooky fun to your classroom or party with this fun Halloween triples word puzzle. Can you reassemble the trios of letters to form words related to Halloween?
The Ghost Game is a fun two player game which involves coloring in or covering up ghosts arranged in a 5 x 5 grid. The player that colors in the last ghost loses.
Picking Pumpkins Game
Looking for a quick game for the fall or Halloween season? Picking Pumpkins is a game for two players. The game is easy to understand, quick to play, and full of mathematics to analyze.
Halloween Art Projects
Pumpkin jack-o-lantern sliceform.
Turn a few sheets of orange cardstock into this jack-o-lantern sliceform using just a pair of scissors .
Sliceforms are models made from intersecting parallel planes which slot together to form a 3D shape which fold flat for storage. They are so fun to create and play with!
Miscellaneous Halloween Activities and Resources
Spherical geometry with pumpkins.
Chris Bolognese introduces his students to the field of spherical geometry by having them draw on top of pumpkins.
I sat through a similar lesson using balloons before, and my mind was BLOWN.
An Interesting Halloween Graph
Did you know that child pedestrian fatalities spike on Halloween?
What calendar date would have the least fatalities?
There are so many things you could explore with your students with this graph.
Get your students both embracing the spooky season and learning some math history with this fun tombstone project where they create tombstones for famous mathematicians.
Ideas for Department Halloween Costumes
Looking for a dress-up idea to involve your entire math department?
- Expo Markers Department Costume
- Social Distancing Formula Math Department Costume
Trig or Treat?
Teaching trig? I am so inspired by this Trig or Treat shirt shared by Burnside Math.
Imaginary Number Jack-o-lantern
What other creative ways could you incorporate math symbols into a Halloween Jack-o-Lantern? Burnside Math uses square root of -1 for the “i’s”
School-Wide Halloween Tradition
Want to start a new tradition at your school? I absolutely love the idea shared by Allison Richards of having students decorate pumpkins to look like various teachers at the school.
I think my students would LOVE this!
I might have to make a paper-based version of this activity where students draw a jack-o-lantern design to represent various teachers.
Desmos Halloween Costumes
Casey shares a fun, quick Desmos slide where students have to design their own Halloween costume.
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Physics themed halloween costumes.
I was incredibly inspired by this collection of physics themed Halloween costumes by a college physics professor.
It makes me wonder – could we come up with a mathematical version of this?
Periodic Table of Pumpkins
I am super impressed by the dedication that went into creating a Periodic Table of Pumpkins !
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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.
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Halloween math worksheets are a great way to get your children or students excited about math with mixing in all the fun of Halloween.
These free Halloween worksheets cover a variety of levels of math all the way to preschool up to high school. You'll find subjects such as basic operations, patterns, word problems, and more.
The links below will lead you to hundreds of printable Halloween math worksheets that are completely free to print and hand out.
Free Halloween Math Worksheets From Math-Drills.com
There are so many free Halloween math worksheets here! They all open as PDF files and you can choose from 5 different designs for each worksheet. Each worksheet comes with a matching answer sheet. These are so easy to use, you'll be coming back to them year after year.
The Halloween math worksheets here include counting, addition, subtraction, multiplication facts, patterns, angle measuring, ordering numbers, number patterns, picture patterns, and printable Halloween graph paper. There are also a few Halloween math activities here that you'll want to check out.
Printable Halloween Math Worksheets at KidZone
The Halloween math worksheets at KidZone are organized by grade for students in grades 1-5 as well as a separate section for word problems.
You'll find Halloween math worksheets covering counting, math tables, addition, subtraction, word problems, number sentences, magic squares, graphing, multiplication, and division. When you find a worksheet that you like, follow the on-screen links to print.
Teachers Pay Teachers' Halloween Math Worksheets
Despite the name, Teachers Pay Teachers has pages and pages of free Halloween math worksheets that you just need to register (for free) to be able to download. Besides worksheets, there are a lot of other Halloween activities involving math that you'll want to check out.
As you search these Halloween math activities, you can also choose a grade level, math subject, and resource type. Be sure to choose "Free" under the price option to only be shown the free Halloween worksheets.
Click on one of the free worksheets and you'll see the description, subject, grade levels, resource type, rating, number of ratings, file type, number of pages, whether there is an answer key, teaching duration, and a preview of the worksheet.
Free Halloween Math Worksheets at Free Worksheets for Kids
There are over 20 free Halloween math worksheets for kids here and there is something for every skill level. These worksheets are decorated with pumpkins, bats, witches, and more to make them perfect for Halloween time. Some of the actual math problems have a Halloween theme while others don't.
Use these Halloween math worksheets to teach number recognition, counting, skip counting, adding, counting money, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, mixed operators, rounding, and converting decimals to a percentage.
edHelper.com's Halloween Math Worksheets
There's a nice variety of printable Halloween math worksheets from edHelper.com. Note that you will need t register for a free account in order to access and print them.
Print off Halloween math worksheets to help your children or students practice addition, subtraction, counting money, telling time, multiplication, division, measuring, algebra, graphing, counting, and completing Halloween-themed word problems.
Besides math worksheets, there are also some free Halloween-level reading books here.
Halloween Math Worksheets for Kindergartners and Preschoolers
These Halloween math worksheets are created just for those kids in preschool and kindergarten. It's a great resource if you have some little goblins eager to learn some Halloween-themed math.
Print these free Halloween math worksheets to reinforce numbers, counting, easy addition, and easy subtraction. Activities include number mazes, connect the dots, and flashcards in addition to worksheets.
Halloween Math Worksheets from Education.com
Education.com has a wonderful selection of 50+ Halloween math worksheets. You can filter these worksheets by grade level, math topic, and standard. In addition to the math worksheets, there are also fun games, lessons, calendars, and unit plans for even more Halloween fun.
You will need to log into the website with a free account to download and access these worksheets but once you do so, they're free to print.
Halloween Clip Cards from A Little Pinch of Perfect
Here's a set of free, printable Halloween clip cards to help the little ones practice their 1-20 numbers. Each card features a fun Halloween image and three different numbers. Only one of those numbers is right, and you'll want to challenge the kids to count the items and find the number that belongs to them.
Use clothespins, paperclips, or the clips shown in the photo so kids can mark the right answer. You also could laminate the cards and then use erasable markers for kids to mark the right answer.
Monster Dice Match from The Measured Mom
Here's an adorable free math activity from The Measured Mom that's perfect for the young kids just learning math.
The kids will roll a die and then mark off on the monster worksheet when they've rolled the matching number. Use candy for a sweet treat.
The Happy Teacher's Halloween Addition and Subtraction Activity
Do you have kids or students who are working on their addition and subtraction? If so, you're just in luck with these free printables from The Happy Teacher.
There are free, printable ten frames, part-part-whole mats, and a practice sheet that are all Halloween themed. Use Halloween mini erasers or candy to make this activity extra fun.
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Halloween Worksheets for your Middle School Math Classroom
Are anyone else’s students looking forward to Halloween? I’ve been trying to sprinkle in some Halloween Math worksheets whenever we need a chance to practice. I decided to put together a list of all of my favorite Halloween math activities for you to use with your students.
I always find it very difficult to find activities that match where we are in our curriculum. Currently, my 7th graders are studying ratios and proportions and my 8th graders are studying Laws of Exponents, so these Halloween worksheets are centered around those topics.
Halloween Worksheet #1: Two-Step Equations Monster Maze
Confession: I am not a spooky Halloween fan. I love the childhood fun of dressing up, walking around the neighborhood, and seeing everyone’s costumes (and my kids LOVE the candy.) That’s why I absolutely love these little monsters! They are so cute but still on theme, and I love that my students can still get some great practice. My students love a maze. They can’t wait to see if we’re going to have to complete all of the problems. Ironically, it makes them more motivated to answer questions when they know where the limits are.
Since there isn’t much room on the maze, my students show work in their notebooks or on a separate sheet of paper and attach it to the back of their maze. We spend a LOT of time practicing keeping their work organized on scrap paper. Then, they use a color of their choice to shade in their path through the maze. I love the color version for displaying on the board and the black-and-white version for copying for the kids. My favorite is when my artists color in the monsters with different patterns and additions. They are so creative and talented!
Halloween Worksheet #2: Math Challenges from Rise Over Run
I honestly don’t know where I found these, but they’re incredible! My Honors class absolutely loved the Candy Corn Paint activity. It was nice to be able to challenge them and watch all the different strategies they came up with. I used the Candy Container activity for our October Math Club meeting. Since we both advise other clubs as well, Math Club can sometimes take a backseat on our priority list, but this was the perfect activity for us. Easy, low prep, and engaging. I love that it is open-ended enough that kids of all levels could access it and they could test their containers as they went. We had so much fun with it! I couldn’t find a direct link to this activity, but she has an amazing list of Halloween Math activities in her TPT store .
Halloween Worksheet #3: Math Mystery
I love, love, love these Math Mysteries . When I taught 6th grade, I used these in almost every chapter. They were so fun and my students absolutely loved them. I love that she has a Halloween-themed Math Mystery that actually matches the things we study in the fall! The same mystery is available for different grade levels, so I can easily differentiate to give my Honors class the challenge they need or switch to a lower grade level for more targeted skills practice.
Halloween Worksheet #4:Spooky Cookies
To spice up your proportions practice, your students can modify recipes for spooky cookies created by the ever-amazing Lindsay Perro. A lot of my students this year love to bake and cook so we have been loving scaling recipes to give more practice. They can see the value in practice because they don’t want to mess up the recipe!
Halloween Worksheet #5: Solving Proportions Maze
Yes, I’m listing another one of my products but I absolutely love this one. Some of my middle schoolers are too old for all of this Halloween practice. *insert eye roll here* This maze is perfect. The pumpkins make it a little more fun without making it too babyish. As always, my artists go to town on the black-and-white version.
I hope this list of Halloween worksheets was helpful and you found something that you can use in your classroom! If you try them out, let me know ! I love hearing from you and hearing what’s going on in your classroom. Are you incorporating Halloween math activities into your classroom? What are some of your favorites?
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Adventures in Junior High and Mathematics
Enjoying Halloween Math Activities in Middle School
October 23, 2016 by Rachel
Quick question for you: Where does a ghost go on Saturday night?
Answer: Anywhere he can boo-gie!
Ah, it’s that time of year again! Piles of candy, fun costumes, spooky stories, and if you’re really lucky, cheesy Halloween jokes. With all this fun and excitement going on, it can be tough for students to stay focused on the math world of integers, slope, and graphs. But with just a few adjustments, we can help students stay on top of math while having fun. Use these Halloween math strategies and resources to enjoy the season while staying on track with the math.
1- Cheesy Halloween Jokes
A great way to inject a little whimsy and Halloween fun is with Halloween jokes. Add them to your whiteboard, class website, or sprinkle them throughout your lesson. Here’s a link to a great collection of Halloween jokes. Be warned- they are extra cheesy. Which, of course, makes them extra awesome! Here’s a few examples:
Q: Where do baby ghosts go during the day?
Q: What kind of protozoa likes Halloween?
A: An amoeboo!
I mean, how great are those?! I can just hear the groans from my students now!
2-Halloween themes in math problems
When you ask math questions throughout the week leading up to Halloween, embrace the seasonal, and don’t be afraid to be a little silly. Some topics to consider:
- pounds of candy
- odds of surviving a zombie apocalypse
- time spent trick or treating relative to candy received
- anything with costumes, ghosts, haunted houses, and of course, pumpkins.
3- Incorporate Halloween themed math resources
A few years ago I had a hard time finding a fun math activity for my students to do for Halloween. But now, there are more and more resources readily available for teachers. Whatever you’re currently studying or reviewing with your students, you’ll likely be able to find a Halloween math resource. And just like that, students will be a bit more engaged and enthusiastic than they would with a non-seasonal version. Weird, I know. But year after year that’s exactly what I see with my students.
Halloween Comparing Functions- Color by Answer gets students practicing comparing functions, with an added bonus of a simple coloring break. Just this simple nod to the season gets students a little more into their practice and they really enjoy the break from traditional practice.
Cute Halloween graphics + one step equations practice adds up to fun, festive math practice. I’ll be using these two mazes for cyclical review in my classroom.
What better way to get practice with the distributive property than this fun Halloween themed maze ? I love the spiderwebs on this maze- they just fit!
Another great way to practice math at Halloween is with this Order of Operations Riddle activity . It’s cheesy and fun, while also reviewing this important skill.
Finally, another important skill that my students always need more practice with is adding integers. These two math mazes will get students more practice and make them even more confident when working with positive and negative integers.
I hope these ideas help you navigate this Halloween season. To read even more easy ways to bring Halloween fun into the middle school classroom, plus 2 great freebies, check out “ 13 Halloween Math Activities. ”
Here’s one more cheesy Halloween joke- feel free to impress your colleagues, students, friends, and family with its awesomeness!
Why didn’t the skeleton dance at the party?
He had no body to dance with.
Thanks so much for reading! Until next time.
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Halloween Math Activities for Middle School and High School Students
It’s that time of year when math class is full of spooky sums ! F rightful fractions ! P aranormal parabolas ! Um, maleficent terror percent error?
This year has reshaped what it means to bring trick-or-treating into our communities and to celebrate Halloween with our students. But rest assured, whether your students are first learning about zombie zeroes or eerie series , you can still bring Halloween into your math classroom.
Here are some fun ideas for Halloween math activities for middle school and high school students.
Fun Halloween Math Activities
This year, Halloween is not on a school night, and it’s on a full moon. What are the odds of that happening?
- For middle schoolers, what is the probability that Halloween will fall on a Friday or Saturday in a given year? What is the probability that it is on a full moon (which occurs every 29.5 days)?
- For high schoolers, ask whether these probabilities are independent, and have them find the odds that both occur at the same time.
- This can extend into a creepy coincidences project. Have your students ever said the same thing as a friend at the same time? Did they learn that another family has a pet with the same name? Ask students to think about an instance where two or more things happened at the same time, and then have them calculate the odds of that occurring. Embrace the fact that math is not a perfect science! How do you calculate the probability of two people saying the same word at the same time?
Possible answers: There are seven days in a week, so there is a 2/7 chance that any given day would fall on a Friday or Saturday. A full moon occurs every 29.5 days, so there is a 1/29.5 chance that any given day would fall on a full moon. These probabilities are independent, so the probability that both occur is (2/7) • (1/29.5) ≈ 0.0097, or 0.97%. Answers will vary wildly for the last project. Assuming the word wasn't too unusual, it probably comes from a lexicon of around 800 words . And assuming the speakers start talking about a new topic once every 60 seconds, the probability that they speak at the same time is around 0.0165 (note that the previous link involves multivariable calculus; in lieu of internet research, students might intuit that there's about a 1% chance of speaking at the same time). Since these two probabilities are independent, the odds that two people say the same word at the same time is around 1/800 • 0.0165 ≈ 0.00002, or 0.002%.
The Great Candy Swap
There’s one image that many children associate with Halloween: a giant bag of candy! There’s a lot of math to be found in supernatural sweets .
- For middle schoolers, have them take on the role of a candy seller trying to assemble the perfect bag of candy. They should start by listing all of the candies they would want to sell together in a mixed bag and then survey their classmates to see which are the most popular. If there are 100 pieces of candy in the bag, what should the ratio of candies be so that every student gets what they want? How would the quantities change if there were only 20 pieces of candy? This activity is similar to Into AGA author Robert Kaplinsky’s chip bag problems , where students can analyze how many different types of chips should go in a mixed box.
- For high schoolers, have them start a full-on candy business. They should begin by making a catalog of what candy they will sell. Have them research how much the candy costs to buy in bulk. Will they sell small or large packs? Mixed bags? How much will each pack cost? Once everyone’s store is ready, all students get 100 (fake) dollars to spend and get an open market day. At the end, who earned the most money? Who earned the most profit ? For a more authentic experience, have students design their stores, complete with shelves, custom bags, advertisements, and anything else they think will help drive business. But don’t let them forget to include these costs in their profit calculations!
Possible answers: Students could survey the class and extend the proportion of each candy picked to a fraction over 100 or 20. For example, if three students out of a class of 17 vote for Snickers, then a mixed bag of 100 should include 18 Snickers (3/17 ≈ 17.6/100) and a mixed bag of 20 should include four Snickers (3/17 ≈ 3.53/20). For students looking to calculate the cost of making a mixed bag, they should research the cost of buying a bag of Snickers, calculate the unit cost, and multiply that by 18 for the bag of 100 or 4 for the bag of 20.
Pumpkins are an excellent way to introduce a fun Halloween math activity into so many math topics. Pre-kindergarteners can count them, elementary schoolers can measure them, and high schoolers can launch them with trebuchets! Check out some problems for teachers and students from our Into AGA program. In these free worksheets, students graph the circumferences of prize-winning pumpkins (Algebra 1) and model the path of a pumpkin launch (Algebra 2).
Can you escape the web of zombies in 13 steps and exit safely? Challenge yourself with a web made up of algebraic expressions that include exponents and square roots, all tangled up with angles, area, and other ghostly geometry concepts. This puzzle is designed for students in 7th grade and older and comes with an answer key for teachers.
Check out HMH Into AGA as our solution for shaping high school math students into confident mathematicians. (Or should I say mummified mathematicians ? Okay, I'll stop.)
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It's time to have fun with math by using Halloween math worksheets. These will inspire your student to do math while having a great time. We have addition worksheets, subtraction, division, multiplication, color by number and even a fun Halloween maze. Inspire your student to complete the worksheets for a candy or sticker reward. Most kids are already very distracted thinking about trick-or-treating, so these free math worksheets are the perfect way to keep them focused on learning. Don't keep the witches, zombies, pumpkins and haunted houses waiting. Print these worksheets and get started!
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Halloween is a time for costumes, candy, and spooky fun. But did you know it can also be a fantastic opportunity for teaching and learning? Halloween printables offer a range of engaging and educational resources to help students of all ages celebrate the holiday while expanding their knowledge and skills. In this article, we'll explore the importance of Halloween printables, the different types of printables available, and how to use them effectively in various settings.
The Importance of Halloween Printables
Halloween printables are more than just fun and games. They serve several educational purposes and can be a valuable addition to any teaching environment.
- Educational Benefits
Printables can help students practice essential skills like reading, writing, and problem-solving. They can also reinforce math and science concepts through themed activities and worksheets. By incorporating Halloween themes, these printables can capture students' attention and make learning more enjoyable.
- Enhancing Creativity
Many Halloween printables encourage artistic expression and creativity. Coloring pages, crafts, and design activities provide students with an opportunity to explore their imagination while developing fine motor skills and artistic abilities.
- Teaching Cultural Significance
Halloween printables can also help students learn about the history and cultural significance of the holiday. They can explore the origins of Halloween, its traditions, and how it is celebrated in different parts of the world.
- Classroom Ideas
In the classroom, Halloween printables can be used as a supplement to your curriculum or as a fun break from regular coursework. You can include them as part of your lesson plans, offer them as an optional activity for early finishers, or use them as a basis for group projects and collaborative work.
- Homeschooling and Remote Learning
For homeschooling or remote learning, Halloween printables can add a festive touch to your daily lessons. They can be used to reinforce concepts, practice skills, or provide an opportunity for creative expression. You can even use them as a reward for completed assignments or as a means of encouraging students to stay engaged with their work.
- Halloween Parties and Events
Halloween printables can also be a great addition to Halloween parties, events, or community gatherings. They can serve as icebreakers, entertainment, or a creative way to incorporate learning into a festive atmosphere.
Fun Halloween Activities and Themes
Explore a variety of Halloween printables for haunted houses, pumpkins, Halloween parties, and trick or treating. These resources will not only engage your students or children but also provide a creative and educational twist to your Halloween celebrations.
- Designing your own haunted house
Encourage creativity and imagination by having your students or children design their own haunted house. Provide them with halloween printable templates that feature different rooms, furniture, and spooky decorations. They can then cut and assemble their haunted house, creating a unique, personalized experience.
- Haunted house coloring pages
Haunted house coloring pages are a great way to explore different spooky settings and practice fine motor skills. These Halloween coloring pages often include intricate details, such as cobwebs, ghosts, and skeletons, that will keep kids entertained and engaged.
- Haunted house educational activities
Turn haunted house fun into an educational experience by incorporating math, language arts, and problem-solving activities. For example, use printable escape room puzzles set in a haunted house or have students solve spooky word problems or riddles. Pumpkin carving stencils
Carving pumpkins is a Halloween tradition, and printable stencils can make the process easier and more enjoyable. Provide a variety of stencils, from simple to complex, to suit different skill levels and interests.
- Pumpkin coloring pages
Pumpkin coloring pages are another creative way to enjoy the Halloween season. These printables often include pumpkins with expressive faces, patterns, and scenes that will captivate children's imaginations.
- Pumpkin-themed learning activities
Use a pumpkin-themed printable to teach a variety of subjects, from counting and addition to reading and writing. For example, have students practice their writing skills with pumpkin-themed story prompts or use pumpkin number cards for math games.
- DIY party decorations
Hosting a Halloween party for your classroom? Use printables to create DIY party decorations. From banners and signs to halloween coloring sheets to cute labels for trick or treat bags, you'll find a wealth of ideas that can be customized for your event.
- Printable party games
Keep your students entertained with Halloween games, such as scavenger hunts, word searches, bingo, or a classic game of trivia. These games will not only provide hours of so much fun but also encourage teamwork and community building with friends.
Get Started with Halloween Printables on TPT
Halloween printables are a valuable resource for teaching and learning, offering a range of educational benefits while making the holiday fun and engaging. With so many types available, there's something for everyone, whether you're a classroom teacher, homeschooling parent, or simply looking for ways to celebrate the season with your whole family. Don't miss out on the opportunity to incorporate these festive and educational tools into your Halloween party and teaching this year!
Frequently asked questions
Are halloween printables suitable for all age groups.
Yes, Halloween resources come in a wide variety of age-appropriate designs and difficulty levels. You can find resources for young children, middle schoolers, high school students, and even adults.
Do I need any special equipment to use Halloween printables?
You'll need a printer and paper to print your chosen resources. Some printables may also require additional materials, such as scissors, glue, or coloring supplies.
Can I create my Halloween printables?
Yes, you can create resources using design software or online tools. This allows you to customize your resources to suit your specific needs and preferences to maximize your halloween fun for no extra cost.
Are Halloween printables free?
TPT offers free halloween printables as well as ones available for purchase. This includes individual resources as well as resource bundles. Be sure to explore your options and choose resources that fit your budget and needs.
What are popular themes for Halloween coloring pages
Some super easy ideas for printable coloring pages that kids love:
- Pumpkins and Jack-o-Lanterns
- Ghosts and goblins
- Witches and wizards
- Spiders and spider webs
- Haunted houses and graveyards
- Bats and owls
- Skeletons and skulls
- Zombies and monsters
- Scary masks and costumes.
These themes are often associated with Halloween and can provide a fun and spooky coloring activity for kiddos and adults alike. Each of these images might be accompanied by writing that says: "Happy Halloween".
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Halloween Activities, Worksheets & Lesson Plans
Spooky Classroom Activities for Halloween
Discover Halloween-themed activities that will bring a fun, spooky twist to students’ learning during this season of haunted houses, jack-o-lanterns, and candy corn.
The air is crisp, the Autumn leaves are falling, and it’s starting to feel a little spooky. Halloween is the perfect time to bring some fall-themed fun into the classroom. Whether you want to host a classroom Halloween party, decorate pumpkins, or simply integrate Halloween-themed reading, writing, and math activities into your lesson plans, we’ve got something for you!
Read on for classroom activities, worksheets, and lesson plans for Halloween. Organized by grade and topic, to help you find what you’re looking for.
Halloween Activities For Elementary Grades
Choose from our top 10 Halloween activities, worksheets, and themed packets for elementary students that build important reading, writing, and maths skills while incorporating some spooky fun!
- Halloween Classroom Games (Grades K-5)
- Halloween Math and Writing Choice Board (Grades K-4)
- Halloween Crafts, Songs, and Stories Choice Board (Grades 2-4)
- Elementary ELA Halloween Activity Packet (Grades 1-4)
- Elementary Math Halloween Activity Packet (Grades 1-4)
- Halloween Haunted House Math and Writing Mini-Project (Grades 2-5)
- Halloween Scary Story Starter Cards Writing Prompts (Grades 2-5)
- Halloween English Language Arts Choice Board (Grades 3-5)
- Halloween Math Choice Board (Grades 3-5)
- Monster Mash: Halloween Activity Packet (Grades 3-5)
More Halloween Activities for Grades K-
Halloween Math Activities
Add some Halloween spirit to your math lessons this year! Choose from activities suitable for Kindergarten through 5th grade that help students understand the concept of matching, counting, addition, subtraction, division, multiplication of Halloween candy, and more.
- Pumpkin Count Worksheet (Kindergarten)
- Match the Monsters Worksheet (Kindergarten)
- The Same: Drawing Monsters Worksheet (Kindergarten)
- Elementary Mathematics Halloween Activities Packet (Grades 1-4)
- An Outdoor Night Lantern Worksheet (Grades 1-3)
- Wilma Witch's Party Worksheet (Grades 3-5)
- More Halloween Math Activities
Halloween Craft Activities & Coloring
Spook up the classroom with these fun arts and crafts activities, and Halloween-themed coloring pages. Choose from printable templates and Halloween costume patterns. Perfect for Pre-K and elementary grades!
- Pumpkins Coloring Page
- The Little Green Witch Coloring Page
- Mask Template
- Halloween Patterns
- Eerie Invitations
- Quick Halloween Costumes, List A-C (K-12)
- Quick DIY Halloween Costumes, List H-R (K-12)
- Halloween Costume Patterns, Templates & Accessories (K-12)
- More Halloween Craft Activities
Halloween Activities for Middle School
Help your middle schoolers learn about the history of Halloween with videos and accompanying activities, build math and writing skills with easy, no-prep Halloween activities, discover Halloween book for your Language Arts classes, or have fun with some Halloween games!
- Halloween Writing and Math Choice Board for 5-8
- Halloween Choice Board for Middle School
- Halloween Math, Reading, And Writing Activities For Middle School
- Halloween History: Videos & Activities
- Halloween Games For Grades K-8
- Top 13 Halloween Books for the Classroom
More Halloween Activities for Grades 6-8 #
Halloween Bulletin Boards & Classroom Decoration
Get inspired by ideas for Halloween-themed bulletin boards and Halloween quotes, or use our printable packet for a quick and easy option.
- Halloween and Fall Word Wall Decor Packet
- 28 Halloween and Fall Bulletin Board Ideas
- Spookiest Halloween Quotes from Infoplease
Halloween Lesson Plans
Be prepared for Halloween with these handy lesson plans, and fun, creative ideas for planning a Halloween-themed lesson.
- Creating Halloween Problems
- Halloween Lessons
- Which Foods Contain Sugar?
- The Witch's Wart
- Halloween Word Game
- Walk on the Witch: Musical Chairs for Halloween
Have a Halloween Party
- Find the Pumpkins
These fun quizzes from Infoplease cover Halloween-themed topics from witches and zombies to haunted houses around the world. Great for some spooky pop culture fun!
- Halloween Geography Quiz
- Halloween Movies Quiz
- Unearthing Zombies Quiz
- Halloween Fun Quiz
- Worldwide Witchcraft Locations Quiz
- Real-Life Exorcism Quiz
- The Mysterious Bermuda Triangle
- Aliens, UFOs, & Extraterrestrials, Oh My!
Recommended Halloween Resources
Fall Activities for Elementary Students (K-2)
Day of the Dead Reading Comprehension Activities
Fall Math Activities for Middle School
Halloween Classroom Games
Grade 3 Holiday Math and Literacy Kit
Grade 1 Fall Math and Literacy Activities
Holiday Choice Boards Essentials Kit
Halloween Scary Story Starter Cards Writing Prompts Activity
Halloween and Fall Word Wall Decor Themed Packet
Halloween Writing and Math Choice Board for Grades 5-8
Halloween Haunted House Math and Writing Mini-Project
Halloween Math and Writing Choice Board for Grades K to 4
Selected Horror Stories of Stephen King
A Note About Witches: Fill-in-the-Blanks
Cat Bulletin Board
Fill-in Story: A Scary Halloween
Fall Reading Activities: The Scarecrow's Night Out
Monster Mash: Halloween Activity Packet
Halloween Writing Activity: The Halloween Party
Halloween Games for Grades K-8
Creating Halloween Word Problems
Fill-in Story: Halloween Carnival
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45 Spooky Halloween Activities for Middle School
August 1, 2022 // by Michelle Mandel
Halloween is the second biggest holiday in the USA. Lots of people around the world love to celebrate Halloween. Here are some classical and unique activities that can be done easily inside or outside of class.
1. Monsters and Scary Creatures from Around the World
Students can choose a country and research fantasy or mythical creatures to describe and give a presentation to the class.
Learn more: Visually
2. Halloween Blackout Poetry
Blackout poetry is perfect for Halloween. The children can choose a full text and they have to scan the information and look for keywords NOT to black out. Once they have their "Black Out Poem", they take a thick black pen and "Black out the rest of the text". Great fun!
Learn more: Arapahoe Libraries
3. Halloween ESCAPE ROOM!
Create multiple intelligence activities with puzzles, worksheets, or challenges, and set up stations around the classroom. Each station can have a timer and props. Work in groups and have at least 6 stations o find clues and get out!
Learn more: Teaching Ideas
4. A for Autopsy!
Today's autopsy will be performed by your middle school students as a writing project using class time. There is a "Crime Scene" and one of their beloved characters from a novel has died! The question is how did they die and what were they like before they took their last breath.
Learn more: Great Honor The Giver
5. Spooky Science Spiderwebs
Using just a few things from the supermarket these spider webs are out of this world to make and see. Get on your lab coat and goggles and start creating some fluorescent magic.
Learn more: Love to Know
6. Dark Poetry in honor of Halloween
The Raven, All Hallows, The Goblin's Market, and the Song of the Witches are some excellent poems to work with. Great opportunity to teach about poetry. You can use classic poems or even contemporary poems to dig deep into poetry writing.
Learn more: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt
7. Wrap the Mummy
Middle Schoolers love to participate in races and this one is good fun. Divide the class into 4- student teams. Choose one student to be the "Mummy". Give each team one or two rolls of toilet paper and ready set, go, as fast as they can, they have to "Mummify "their classmate. The first team to finish is the winner. Funnier if it is carried out blindfolded!
8. Halloween Karaoke for all
Here are some classic tunes to get your groove on the week of Halloween. Songs like: I've got a spell on you or Abracadabra. The classic Thriller is always a big hit. So get your mic and some drinks and snacks and have Karaoke "Halloween Style."
Learn more: Sing to the World
9. Paint or Decorate Pumpkins
Pumpkins are vital for Halloween and it is time to decorate them and properly learn how to cut open a pumpkin, wash and dry it out, take out the seeds for roasting and carve it with style.
Learn more: Farm Credit of the Virginians
10. Amazing Zombie Apocalypse Project Week
This might take a bit of preparation, but it is worth it. First, review how viruses and infections can spread worldwide, then review the human brain and how viruses or epidemics like COVID-19 affect our brain and body functions. Students can use graphing calculators and these links below and conquer the Zombie virus.
Learn more: Education
11. What goes "Bump or Creaks" in the night?
Spooky stories are loved by tweens and you can do this in any setting. Try to cover the windows to block out as much light as possible. Have the kids sit in a circle on the floor or in chairs. The readers can take turns reading by a flashlight to create a haunting atmosphere.
Learn more: Mrs. Readerpants
12. Halloween Italian Style
When you think of Halloween, you probably don't think about Italy. You would be surprised how Italians have added a twist to this American holiday. Mask making, statues, and more.
Halloween has taken Italy by storm becoming one of the best festivities for "All saints eve or The day of the dead."
Learn more: City Wonders on the Go
13. The Black Cat and Edgar Allan Poe - Learning about Suspense
More than anything, the thrill of the suspense is what is so exciting about Halloween. This classroom activity teaches about suspense in literature and how to build up to the final moment. Fantastic reading activity and a graphic organizer to download.
Learn more: ELA Common Core Lesson Plans
14. Sick Science with a Pumpkin Explosion
Have the middle schoolers work together and with special carving tools carve a face on a jack 'o lantern with a big mouth or if you can find foam ones that are pre-cut and you can cut out the bottom even better. Now with Steve the Science Guy and this amazing mix of H202+ KI, you will be in for an explosive treat. Goggles and Gloves are recommended.
Learn more: Sick Science!
15. Celebrating Halloween "En español "
We all know how important Spanish is. This site helps to reinforce simple grammar structures, intonation, and vocabulary in Spanish. Celebrate "las Dias de las brujas o Dia de Los Muertos".
Learn more: Spanish Academy
16. Cool Arts and Crafts for Tweens and Teens
Usually, arts and crafts is something like decorating, carving, or painting a pumpkin. Here we take it a step further with some string art, jewelry making, cooking crafts, and the stranger things pumpkin! You will impress your friends with your handicraft.
Learn more: Cool Mom Picks
17. Mad Scientists Experiments - Halloween Week
All the STEM activities are on this website and so much fun working in groups or pairs. Follow step-by-step instructions to make sticky slime, lava lamps, candy experiments, and much more.
Learn more: Science Buddies
18. Is Chemistry a dream or a Halloween nightmare?
Science and Chemistry can be challenging subjects. Let's have a little fun and mix in the Halloween theme. Costumes, science experiments, recipes, and even a little anatomy will break up the stress of this subject. This site is packed with cool projects. You might even revise the periodic table simultaneously.
Learn more: American Chemical Society
19. Halloween Drama Games
Kids love to play games and mimic people - Charades is a classic game and so is Improvisation. These drama games are so much fun and middle schoolers will love to let their hair down and jump in and participate.
Learn more: eHow
20. Halloween Deviled Eggs
These are a real treat. Most people love the taste of Deviled or filled eggs. On this site, they have gone one step further to make them ghoulish and scary looking as well. They taste great too.
Learn more: Foxes Love Lemons
21. Unleash the Werewolf in you and get writing!
One idea is to do some creative writing activities to get their brains and pens moving. Creating a horror story or explaining a day in the life of Frankenstein. They will love letting out their creative flair and they might "howl" for more.
Learn more: Pearson
22. G= Geography-The origin of Halloween and how it grew globally so quickly.
Let's go back in a time machine, head to the "Caves of the cat" and learn about the original history of this "Hallows-eve" and how this madness and love for this celebration has grown and spread worldwide in the last 15 years.
Learn more: National Geographic
23. Eerie, Ogre, and Cackle!
It's Hangman time, but using difficult vocabulary will help in creative and descriptive essay writing. Get your pens, and paper, and make your list of words to use in your next daunting Halloween hangman!
Learn more: Holidappy
24. "I scream, you scream we all scream for Halloween ice cream!"
Ice cream is a favorite dessert for all. After a night's out, or just to cool off and have a treat. These recipes will blow your mind.
Learn more: Bigger Bolder Baking
25. Marvel Villians and Halloween
Kids and Tweens all love Marvel Comics. What a great way to learn about some of the Marvel Comics that are not so well known. Have you ever heard of Jack O' Lantern by Marvel? He is a bar worker by day and a villain by night. Learn all about him and his powers.
Learn more: Villains Fannon
26. Books with the word KILL in it
Halloween is about scary movies and sometimes people get killed. So why not look for novels to read excerpts out of that have the word KILL in the title. You might be hanging on the edge of your seat biting your nails to see what will happen or perhaps wonder why the word kill is even in the title.
Learn more: Teach Novels
27. Halloween Math Mazes
Mazes are so much fun to do and even better in our Math Class!
This is a great collection of printable math mazes for middle school.
Learn more: Math Idea Galaxy
28. Learn about proverbs and Cats and their 9 lives
All cats come around when it's Halloween, and we see lots of scary black cats deco or crafts.
Here are some proverbs about cats on this festive day.
Learn more: Pet Helpful
29. OCTOBER is the Month
Learn cool, weird, and interesting facts about Halloween Month October!
Using all 4 skills and by grade level, this site has some nice language arts activities.
Learn more: 2 Peas and a Dog
30. Halloween Pranks
Pranks and jokes are really a lot of fun to prepare for Halloween. You can do a red jello mix shower, hide fake insects in the bed, or leave bloody prints on the wall. Watch your back and remember it all in good fun.
Learn more: Momtastic
31. It is Powerful Potion Time!
Printable Potion recipes and you can make the cards in advance. Depending on the size of the class make sure that at least 3 or 4 groups can find their potion ingredients. ( Hint use the Frog juice instructions to carry out the game) Objective -do tasks to collect cards to match them to your potion.
Learn more: Etsy
32. If you hate Mosquitos, you will love Bats!
Bats got a bad wrap, but we should love them and protect them. Why do you ask? Because they love mosquitos! Learn all about bats and how cool they are in this activity.
Learn more: Bats Live
33. Get your Dancing Shoes on!
Time to show off your moves with 83 Halloween music tunes! You have to have creepy music like "Thriller" from the king of pop and "Monster Mash "is a blast. Click on the link and set up your playlist!
Learn more: Teen Vogue
34. The Mask
Halloween is all about disguise and no better way to do that is to paint your face!
Here are some amazing face painting tips and tricks that are easy and cheap to carry out.
Learn more: Pinterest
35. Carmel and Candy Apples - Where did that come from?
The story is sweet and simple. When there was an excess of caramels and candies at the factory, the owner had to think about what can I reinvent so that I won't lose a lot of money on this product. He melted some caramels and drizzled them over apples and that's where the caramel apple got its name.
Learn more: Primary Playground
36. 45 Super activities for Halloween
There are so many things to choose from. Recipes, games, crafts, and decorations. Let's dive into the Halloween fun with this link. For the whole month of Halloween October!
Learn more: The Pioneer Woman
37. Be a Halloween Volunteer and Treat Others
With the financial crisis and hard times many parents cannot celebrate Halloween, but a costume or take their kids trick or treating. You can learn to be a Halloween Volunteer and give some kids a treat to remember.
Learn more: Create the Good
38. Door Decorating for Halloween
Get out your arts and crafts and time to have a door decorating contest with friends and classmates.
Learn more: Castle Random
39. Halloween and Party Planning
Time to prepare and find the best party games for your next Halloween fest. Here are loads of ideas for all ages, especially middle schoolers.
Learn more: Play, Party, Plan
40. Ha Ha ha ha Halloween Jokes
We all need to laugh and this site has 100 jokes for Halloween that will make your day!
We all need to have a good laugh to get those endorphins moving!
Learn more: Parade
41. Spooky Haunted Houses and Art Projects
Kids love crafts - even the big ones! Here are 5 cool projects for tweens or teens around Halloween.
Learn more: Art Teacher in LA
42. Jewelry Making
Skull earrings, spider web necklaces, and potion charms. Learn how to make cool festive jewelry with these easy-to-follow instructions.
Learn more: Jewelry Making
43. Halloween T-Shirt Making
Here is a great site to make some cool t-shirts you DIY. You can let your imagination go and they are nice to wear anytime.
Learn more: It's Always Autumn
44. Create a Candy Wreath
Everyone has a sweet tooth and why not make a wreath for your door around Halloween for an extra treat. Or gift one.
Learn more: Oriental Trading
45. Spiced Pumpkin Latte Recipe
Pumpkin spice lattes are delicious and kids love them too. Make them Decaf and at home. Enjoy one with the whole family.
Learn more: Inspired Taste