# Halloween Erasers Self-Correcting Math Activities

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We all love those mini erasers, but what do you do with them? These Halloween Eraser activities are great, self-correcting, hands-on fun that will engage your students while they practice essential skills.

Using interesting and fun manipulatives for math can be engaging for your students and a valuable learning tool for teachers. When you combine engagement with independence, it makes for a math station that both teachers and students love. These self-correcting math stations will give your students valuable skill practice, but they’ll think they’re playing.

Included in this set:

•Spooky Patterns

• I can card
• Playing mats
• Self-correcting pattern cards

•Frankly Ten Frames

• I can card
• Playing mats
• Self-correcting number cards

•Frankly Ten Frames Before and After

• I can card
• Playing mats
• Self-correcting number cards

•One More Piece (Of Halloween Candy)

• I can cards
• Playing Mat
• Self-correcting plus one more playing cards

•One Less Piece (Of Halloween Candy)

• I can card
• Playing Mat
• Self-correcting minus one playing cards

•Counting On Bats

• I can card
• Playing Mat
• Self-correcting counting on cards

•Counting Back Bats

• I can card
• Playing Mat
• Self-correcting counting back cards

Teacher instructions: Print off mats and playing cards on cardstock and then laminate for durability. You will need to cut apart the cards and then fold in on the dotted line. I like to secure them with a small clothespin. Students select a card and place it on their mat and then complete the problem by manipulating the erasers with/without tongs and then by using a dry erase marker to complete the problem when necessary.

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Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Count forward beginning from a given number within the known sequence (instead of having to begin at 1).
Count to 100 by ones and by tens.
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