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 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.

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 probability

What is the probability that you will get a chocolate bar at the next house? Maybe the worksheets below will help.

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.

Halloween Addition & Subtraction

Halloween themed addition and subtraction worksheets including basic facts and multi-digit operations.

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 & Division

Halloween themed multiplication and division worksheets including basic facts and multi-digit operations.

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).

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