Halloween Math Centers for 1st Grade
Halloween is such a fun time of year. There are so many fun, thematic ways to reinforce math skills in your classroom. These 1st-grade Halloween math centers are perfect for independent practice, or small groups. Be sure to check out our Halloween Resource round-up for even more ideas.
Here are some of the Halloween math center activities that we use during our math block.
Candy Fact Families
Fact families are a great way to practice addition and subtraction fact fluency with your students. We practice them all the time! In this Halloween-themed math center, students match the candy with the pumpkin candy baskets.
This spooky number order gives students a way to practice ordering numbers from least to greatest, and greatest to least.
Witch’s Brew Part-Part-Whole
If you are working on part-part-whole with your class, they will love this witch’s brew math center.
Spooky Equation Sort
Addition and Subtraction fact fluency can be a struggle for some kids. This spooky equation sort gives them practice looking at equations and sorting them to the correct answer. For those students who need a challenge, add a sand timer to the station.
Candy Corn Nonstandard Measurement
Have you ever wondered how many candy corns long an item is? Probably not, but your students will love to practice nonstandard measuring with candy corns. We place real candy corns in our center, but you can also you a candy corn ruler.
Missing addends can be tricky for some kids. This center is a great follow-up to the Witch’s Brew part-part-whole center that was shared earlier in the port
Halloween Find, Tally, Graph & Solve Activities
Find, Tally, Graph, and Solve activities are always a favorite with my students. We have them in our math centers all year long.
These 1st Grade Halloween math activities should keep first graders engaged during the Halloween season! If you are interested in any of these math centers, be sure you check them out below.
What are some of your go-to Halloween math activities?
Always looking for creative holiday ideas, thanks for the resources!
Love the idea to measure with candy corn! So cute!
🙂 Tamra and Sarah
First Grade Buddies
Absolutely love it, the part part whole is my favorite – any chance to win it? –Rosy
Love the ideas. Wish I had seen them sooner. Now that Halloween has come and gone and "turkey season" is upon us, I wonder if a Thanksgiving theme could be used?