Halloween Math Freebies for Second Grade and More

October 25, 2015
My students are enjoying my Halloween math worksheets that I have created over the years.  I decided to make it a little easier for you to access them because we all have too many things to do.  There are never enough hours in the day to get everything done.  My students love riddles.  Hopefully, I will get some extra time to make more Halloween math riddles with simple addition with regrouping.
Free Halloween math for second grade
Click here for Halloween Math Freebie #1  This math freebie includes expanded form, comparing numbers, place value, and skip counting for second grade. 
Click here for Halloween Math Freebie #2  This Halloween math freebie includes mental math, missing addends, and comparing numbers.
Click here for Halloween Math Riddles  These Halloween math riddles include 2-digit addition with regrouping.  They are a fun Halloween activity for students.

My students are enjoying all the great Halloween books.  We finished writing about The Bumpy Little Pumpkin.  It is about a little girl that makes a jack-o-lantern with the help of her animal friends.  The message in this story is that like people, jack-o-lanterns come in all different shapes and sizes.  After listening to this book, my students all want a lumpy, bumpy pumpkin.  Here is an affiliate link to purchase The Bumpy Little Pumpkin from Amazon.  

Here are a few pages from my monthly Common Core Morning Work packets.   Click here to go to my TPT store and click on the preview for a few  FREE sample pages.

Second grade morning work
We made jack-o-lanterns for fun.

I had to buy costumes for my dogs.  Hunter doesn’t look too excited about his costume.  I am hoping they will wear them for Halloween when I have to pass out candy to a hundred or more trick-or-treaters.

Head on over to Teaching Blog Addict for some more freebies.
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  • Kathryn Zbrzezny October 25, 2015 at 12:36 pm

    Happy Halloween and thank you, Shelly!

  • tina b October 25, 2015 at 5:10 pm

    Thank you for your generosity!

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