Halloween Multiplication Worksheets

These Halloween multiplication worksheets help you integrate math topics with seasonal activities. They also help you see increase in student engagement, because they’re so fun for students. It’s also great having a staple of no prep activities ready to go, because I never know when I’ll need a little something extra. These 3rd Grade Halloween Multiplication Worksheets are so incredibly fun too! Fourth grade teachers, I didn’t forget you! You can find the 4th grade version here.
In these Halloween multiplication worksheets, there are a few Ghostly Word problems. These word problems are fairly rigorous, because students solve comparing problems, equivalent group, and unknown factor problems. I like giving students word problems that will require them to think and to not solely rely on the memorization of key words.
Of course there is a Halloween Candy activity included in the Halloween Multiplication Worksheets, because what goes with Halloween better than Halloween candy. Of course, this activity does not require you to actually use candy, because at this point, that’s the last think my students need:)  This lesson goes beyond basic graphing and has students use a table to multiply the amounts of different types of candy by different factors.
My students love the Haunted House activity where they determine the cost of admission to a haunted house. There are so many ways you can differentiate this activity! You could have groups of families, rather than individual families,  attend the haunted house for an extra challenge. You can also have students use their own immediate family for the activity, or you could give students a set number for a family to work with. I like to get creative!

The Pumpkin Patch is Halloween multiplication worksheet that is easy to differentiate! There are three versions of the same activity to for extra flexibility to meet the needs of your students. In this activity students place either 24, 26, or 48 pumpkins into as many different arrays as possible.

The Costume Shop activity is my favorite Halloween multiplication activity in the pack! In the activity, students will need to apply some serious problem solving skills! This is my favorite activity in the pack, because of its open ended nature and the required problem solving. I always love activities that present a real challenge for my students.

One thing that I really like about this unit is that there’s almost no prep work!  I don’t have to cut out or laminate anything for these activities!  You can check out out here! If you’d like to see more ideas on ways to incorporate Halloween activities, be sure to check out this post!

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