Welcome to my spook-tacular collection of Halloween-themed math worksheets designed specifically for second grade! As the leaves change and the excitement of Halloween approaches, it’s the perfect time to incorporate some festive fun into your math lessons. These Halloween math worksheets cover essential math concepts such as place value, mental math, ordering numbers, fact families, and missing addends.

Whether you’re looking for engaging morning work, homework assignments, or extra practice for small groups, these Halloween math worksheets are sure to captivate your students’ interest and reinforce their learning. Let’s dive into these bewitching math activities and make learning a treat this Halloween season!

Click on the picture of the Halloween math freebie for your free copy.

Need more Halloween Math Worksheets? Check out the links below.

Halloween Math Facts: Help students build addition fluency with these no prep worksheets with a Halloween theme. This Addition Math Fact Practice pack has 37 pages of simple math facts.

FREE Halloween Math Riddles: Everyone loves riddles, especially kids. Celebrate the month of October with this fun and engaging Halloween math riddles and jokes. Give your students a PURPOSE in math! Each page has a Halloween-themed joke or riddle. Students must solve the 2-digit addition with regrouping math problems given and then solve the riddle. My students love to go home and tell their mom or dad the new riddle they learned at school.

October Morning Work for Second Grade: This is a great way to start your morning. This morning work/bell ringer for second grade is a spiral review of second grade standards. It covers a variety of math, reading, writing, and language skills. Skills that are covered in this free resource include verbs, commas, spelling, graphing, word problems, comparing numbers, and mental math such as 10 more/10 less and 100 more/100 less.

Incorporating these Halloween math worksheets into your lessons will not only make learning fun but also ensure your students practice essential math skills in an engaging way. By connecting math concepts to festive themes, you’ll keep your students excited and motivated throughout the Halloween season.

Happy teaching and have a spook-tacular time in your classroom!

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This is fantastic. Printed up and ready to use for next week. Thank you!

Thank you! I love it! I'm going to print it and get it ready to use. I also shared so my teacher friends could download it too!

Thanks so much for these great practice pages! I love reading "The Ghost Who Could Not Boo!" and "Big Pumpkin" to my class every year! Great for both rhyming and sequencing skills!

~Jennifer

Stories and Songs in Second

Thanks for sharing this great freebie!

thank you! I will keep this on hand… if Im back up in 2nd next year! 🙂

Thank you for these practice pages. As always, your quality is excellent! I have been brave and read aloud Bunnicula by James Howe to my 2nd graders. Even though it is a stretch for them, I read with lots of expression and they love it. I use a few minutes after recess to read chapter books to expose them to great writers. Also, near Halloween, I show It's The Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown – so I can say I got a rock the rest of year and they'll get it!

These are perfect for what we're studying in math right now!

On the Go Teacher Mama

These are adorable, thank you for sharing!

SWEET Halloween themed math pages…many thanks!

Your pages are adorable!

Wow, thank you SO much for the math freebies! I also love using that book 🙂

Jen

I know I may be too late for books to order, but here are some we enjoy:

Spooky Hour by Tony Mitton

My Monster Mama Loves Me So by Laura Leuck

The Hallow-wiener by Dav Pilkey

Boo by Robert Munsch

We also love books mentioned by you and other commenters. Thanks for the freebies!

I just LOVE all your things! Thanks! We love The Hallo-Weiner in our class.

Thank you for sharing! Your materials are always wonderful and the students love them. Thanks again.

This is great! Thanks for sharing! I just found your blog. This is my first year in 2nd grade and I am still learning my way around the new grade level. I taught kindergarten for 4 years before the move!

Joni

This is wonderful! Thank you so much for sharing!

Thanks so much for sharing – I'm stretched in a few different directions just now, and this is a blessing 🙂

Thank you. Really appreciate you sharing your work for free. 🙂

I love this! Very cute worksheets! I love reading Barbara Park's, "Psssst! It's Me…the Bogeyman".

Thanks for the math pages. Will play with them tomorrow.

I love to read " The Bones of Fred McFee" by Eve Bunting. Written in the same format as "The Cremation of Sam McGee" but wonderful for Grades 1-4. Great for teaching inferencing.

Thank you for the cute Halloween themed math pages. I'm going to use the comparison pages (especially the part with expanded notation) and the 10 more/10 less, 100 more/100 less with my class. 🙂

Thank you so much! it is very generous of you to share this. God Bless your heart 🙂

Thank you! This is a great freebie.

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