That sweet smell of fall brings with it the beginning of a festive season. Halloween cheer is spreading all over. So let’s sprinkle some Halloween magic in our Math too! We have assembled an array of fun and creative Free Halloween Printables. These Halloween worksheets for kids are for Grades 1 to 5.

Download these free Halloween printables and add some fun to math practice. Our homeschooling moms can even include them in their homeschool curriculum. And teachers you can conduct a fun activity in your math classrooms using these Halloween printables for kids.

## Halloween Printables for Grade 1

### Halloween Alien Style

This scary-funny Halloween math printable focuses on counting related to addition. It enhances the fluency of addition within 10.

This Halloween math printable is applicable for Grade 1.

Level of difficulty: Easy

A scary alien with multiple body parts in line with the Halloween theme is presented. Children need to count his body parts (namely, eyes, ears, fingers, hands, legs, and toes) one at a time. Then, write down the respective numbers in the space allotted below the alien image.

### Halloween Picture in Picture

Here, the concept of one and two-digit number addition is revised by involving a situation of comparison. This Halloween math printable also highlights the association of a certain value (less than 50) to create a different picture, hence evoking a sense of suspense and thrill.

This printable is applicable for Grade 1.

Level of difficulty: Normal

This puzzle-like image contains 2 one- or two-digits numbers that need to be added. The blocks in which the answer of the added numbers is less than 50 need to be colored with the same color. The color could be the childrenâ€™s choice. If the answers are correct, the colored blocks create an image of an elephant.

## Halloween Printables for kidsÂ of Grade 2

### Halloween Dragon War

This Halloween math printable especially uses place value to understand the properties of addition. It also reiterates the concept addition involving a situation where two digits are put together to form a number by means of an Abacus. The colorful images helps to maintain focus.

This Halloween math printable is excellent for Grade 2.

Level of difficulty: Normal

Every dragon is allotted two abacuses. AnÂ abacus showing 2 strings of beads that signify two place values is shown. The top string (red) belongs to the tens place and the bottom (purple) to the ones place. A few beads in the strings are moved to the left. These beads in both the strings need to be simply put together (without addition/subtraction) to form a 2-digit number. The two 2-digit numbers obtained in this manner from 2 abacuses must be added. Higher the sum, greater is the fire power of the dragon.

### Halloween Wuff Wuff

This Halloween math printable helps to compare two two- or three-digit numbers on the basis of the hundreds, tens, and ones digits by using >, =, or < symbols to record the results of comparisons. The funny images of dogs lend an amusing feel to this activity.

This printable is aptly created for 2nd graders.

Level of difficulty: Normal

Eight pairs of dogs fighting over bones are shown in this printable. Each dog is assigned a two- or three-digit number. Children must compare these numbers for every dog pair and decide which dog between the pair has the highest number. They must then use any one of the appropriate comparison symbols <, >, or = in the space allotted in between the dog pair. The goal of this fun activity is to find the dog in the pair with the bigger number so that he could win the fight.

## Halloween Printables for Grade 3

### Halloween Accountant Owl

With Math getting slightly difficult from this academic year, this printable is like fresh air. The cute concept of birds hiring an owl catches a childâ€™s fancy right from the beginning. This Halloween math printable aims at increasing the fluency level of solving long division. It also helps to understand the relationship between multiplication and division.

This math printable is particularly created for Grade 3.

Level of difficulty: Hard

The main goal is to divide the number of grains amongst the birds. In mathematical words, the number of grains is the dividend, the number of birds is the divisor, the quotient is the number of grains each bird would receive, and the remainder is the owlâ€™s fee. Children could follow the example to solve the remaining problems by appropriate division and write the correct answers in the boxes. The quotient needs to be written in the box available above the birds and the remainder in the box above the owls.

### Halloween Piggy Back

This super cute Halloween math printable focuses on subtraction of 4-digit numbers, thus making children fluent in place values. The adorable theme and images make this printable an instant favorite.

This printable is applicable for Grade 3.

Level of difficulty: Easy

Children must conduct subtraction. If the remainder is the number mentioned under the mamma pig, a tick mark needs to be added.

## Halloween Printables for kids of Grade 4

This humorous and colorful printable serves as a great visual fraction model. It helps to compare two fractions with different numerators and denominators and visually determine the result. The joke as the final answer perfectly ends this math printable on a funny note.

This Halloween math printable is aimed at 4th graders.

Level of difficulty: Normal

Children must mentally solve the fractions and compare the result. The alphabet assigned to each mushroom must be aligned in the blank space in such a way that the first alphabet belongs to the smallest fraction, and progressively the last to the largest.

### Halloween Magical Circle

This super-cute surprising math printable is ideal for a Geometry class. Not only does it allow children to use some basic Geometry skills but also makes it interesting by adding colors to it.

This Halloween math printable works great for 4th graders.

Level of difficulty: Easy

Children need to use their compass to form circles whose centers and radii are already provided in the printable. In total, there are 6 circles to be drawn. If drawn correctly, the image appears to be that of a mouse. Children must then color it as per their own choice.

## Halloween Printables for Grade 5

### Halloween Cowboysâ€™ Studs

This interesting math printable makes children understand the basics of fractions by identifying their correct type.

This Halloween Math printable is ideal for Grade 5.

Level of difficulty: Easy

Children need to categorize fractions assigned to the horses as Proper, Improper, or Mixed fractions by writing them under their appropriate types in this printable. A few examples are shown for easy understanding.

### Halloween Pie Rates

This perfect Halloween math printable is great to understand pie charts and percents. It also helps to revise percent to decimal conversion.

This Halloween math printable benefits Grade 5.

Level of difficulty: Normal

Children must carefully read the pie chart and answer the questions based on it. To get the answers, percents must be converted to whole numbers in order to obtain the number of days.