# Halloween Math Centers | 4th Grade Math Games BUNDLE

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This Halloween fourth grade math centers bundle contains ten math games that are perfect for the month of October! Students will get to practice Halloween games! 4th grade students will enjoy these Halloween math centers that spiral review skills previously learned earlier in the year.

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Letâ€™s Build Monsters: Addition and Subtraction Game

Hungry Zombies: Rounding Game

Trick or Treat: Multiplication Game

Line Them Up: Multiplication Game

Grab It: Division Facts Game

Haunted Walk: 2 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication Game

Emoji Halloween: 2 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication Game

Halloween Photos: 1 Digit by 4 Digit Multiplication Game

Haunted Village: Multiplication Word Problems Game

Candy Galore: Multiplication and Division Comparative Word Problems

A Haunted Walk: 2 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication Game

Set up all of the haunted places in order from 1-12. Each student places their character of choice at the starting place. Each time a student answers a question card, they get to move forward towards their final stop--their house. They are going from spooky place to spooky place trying to be the first student to make it back home! Students are practicing solving multi-digit multiplication equations (2 digit by 2 digit) and can use any strategy you'd like to solve each equation. There are also chance cards thrown in that can help or hurt a player's chances in winning the game. Answer key included. Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Trick or Treat: 1 Digit by 4 Digit Multiplication Game

Each child is given a trick-or-treat bag and the candy pieces go in the candy bowl in the middle. Each time a student solves a multiplication card, they get to add a piece of candy to their Halloween trick-or-treat bag. The first player to get 10 pieces of candy in their bag wins the game! There are also chance cards thrown in to spice up the game and makes things more interesting! Answer key included. Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Let's Build Monsters: Addition and Subtraction

This Halloween-themed game is perfect for the month of October! The kids each get a monster body game board. Each time they figure out an addition or subtraction equation, they get to add part of their monster to their game board. Chance cards can help or hurt a student's chances of winning. Answer key included. Aligns with 4.NBT.4.

Halloween Village: Multiplication Word Problems

This Halloween math game is perfect practice for kids who need extra practice with multiplication word problems. Each question card contains 1 digit by 4 digit multiplication or 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication. Students lay out the game board and put an object of their choice on the start. They answer a question card. If they get it correct, they get to randomly pull out a circle Halloween card. Based on what they draw out, the "game answer key" tells them if they get to go forward or backwards. Each Halloween themed circle represents a number of spaces they can go forwards or backwards. It's a game of chance based on who answers the most questions correctly AND who draws out the best circles. Answer key included. Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Line Them Up: 2 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication

There are two sets of this game included so students can race against another team. I like to play this game in my classroom with 2 kids versus 2 kids. They each find their start card and then line up the cards in order based on what the answer to each multiplication equation is! This is a self-checking game because when all of the cards are used, the finish card is used last. Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Grab It: Division Facts

Students lay out all of the pumpkin cards that show division quotients. Then, they flip over one cat card and have to figure out the answer to each division equation in their head (mental math). The students look for the match to their division equation and the first person to yell â€śGrab It!â€ť and find the matching card wins that round. The person with the most cards at the end of the game wins! Aligns with 3.OA.7.

Hungry Zombies: Rounding Game

There are 24 zombies included and 24 eyeball jars! Each of the hungry zombies wants to eat an eyeball for Halloween! Help each zombie eat the correct eyeball by matching up each shape with the clue given. Students have to practice rounding numbers to the nearest ten, hundred, thousand, ten thousand, hundred thousand, and million. Aligns with 4.NBT.3.

Halloween Photos: 1 Digit by 4 Digit Multiplication Game

Each of the Halloween photos has a cute Halloween character on it that wants to solve a multi-digit multiplication equation. Students have to match each witch answer with the correct picture. This is a fun racing game because students race to see who can find the most witches that match with the pictures. Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Halloween Emoji: 2 Digit by 2 Digit Multiplication

Students try to get five in a row diagonally, horizontally, or vertically on their board.First, student pulls out a ghost randomly and it will have a letter on it. Depending on the ghost's letter, they solve an equation on that row that has them complete a 2 digit by 2 digit multiplication equation. When a student fills up a whole row, they win! Aligns with 4.NBT.5.

Candy Galore: Multiplication and Division Comparative Word Problems Game

In this Halloween candy math game, the students have to solve the multiplication or division word problem on each candy bag. They then find the piece of candy that has the matching answer. They then have to put the candy in the correct candy bag based on the answer. Aligns with 4.OA.2.

These games can be used for elementary children as a worksheet alternative, game printables, math stations, center rotations, math centers, in guided math, as enrichment or remediation, in small groups, as test prep, homework practice (take what you donâ€™t finish home for homework), and so much more! These engaging math activities are made to be flexible so you can use them however youâ€™d like in your classroom.

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Multiply or divide to solve word problems involving multiplicative comparison, e.g., by using drawings and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem, distinguishing multiplicative comparison from additive comparison.
Multiply a whole number of up to four digits by a one-digit whole number, and multiply two two-digit numbers, using strategies based on place value and the properties of operations. Illustrate and explain the calculation by using equations, rectangular arrays, and/or area models.
Fluently add and subtract multi-digit whole numbers using the standard algorithm.
Use place value understanding to round multi-digit whole numbers to any place.
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