Halloween in the classroom is SO MUCH FUN! Students will go crazy over these adorable, engaging and hands-on math crafts that reinforce first grade math skills. They are a treat for the teacher too! They are easy to prep and make stunning bulletin board or hallway displays! Students enjoy cutting, pasting and matching to create unique projects that can be easily differentiated to meet the needs of all learners in your classroom. Check out our Halloween crafts below, and score a freebie while you’re here!
Candy Corn Making Numbers
Teach number sense in a FUN way by challenging your students with this candy corn activity. There are 2 versions to meet the needs of your students, so pick and choose what is appropriate. Activities on each candy corn include identifying the number, writing the number word, tens and ones, number bonds, place value and more!
Batty For Time
Students will cut and paste to match correct times to the hour and half hour on this adorable bat craft. Multiple versions are included for repetition and reinforcement. Copy them on various astrobrights colored paper for a spooky colorful display 🙂
Frankenstein Missing Addends
Create this silly Frankenstein while giving students practice with missing addends. It can be easily differentiated for your students, as one version provides a ten-frame visual, and another level that challenges through independent practice.
Cut and paste the correct comparison symbols to demonstrate an understanding of greater than, less than or equal to using numbers up to 100. There are SIX versions, all with different numbers and silly faces to make learning fun. Grab 2 of these ghosts as a freebie on us right here to use with your own students this October.
If you want to see more, check out the seasonal craftivities on Teachers Pay Teachers! We also bundled all 4 seasons together as well as 6 holidays at a discounted price.
If you’re looking to easily differentiate or increase rigor, check out our Halloween and Fall Math Crafts for 2nd grade!
Happy Halloween!!! We would love to see images of these cute craftivities in your classroom! Send us an email or comment below with how you used these for a chance to win a free resource in our store!