Halloween Place Value Activities
There are 6 activities and 8 worksheets in this Halloween place value pack. The numbers 11- 20 are used in this pack. The activities use a 11 – 20 spinner which is included. I take a 0 – 9 spinner and convert it into an 11 – 20 spinner by writing a 1 in front of the numbers I – 9 and writing a 2 before the 0.
Activities and Worksheets
We Need Teeth! - Activity
Each child will need a ‘We Need Teeth!’ sheet and an 11-20 spinner. Two children can share a spinner. Each child will spin the spinner, Write the number on the box above the monsters. Draw teeth to show how many in the ten frames The children can look at the monster’s teeth at the top of the sheet to see how to draw the teeth. A number can only be used once.
Going Batty – There are 2 different ‘Going Batty’ sheets. One is a worksheet & the other an activity.
Look at the number on the bat’s body. Write how many tens and ones on the wings.
Spin a 11- 20 spinner. Write the number on the body of the bat. Fill in the blanks on
the bat’s wings to show how many tens and ones. A number may only be used once.
How Many Pumpkins? Activity
Spin a 11- 19 spinner. Write the number spun on the pumpkin. Fill in the ten frame by drawing pumpkins or orange circles. Fill in the sentence to show the number.
Spider Frames - Worksheet
Look at the number in front of the ten frame. Draw that many spiders or black circles in the ten frame. Fill in the sentence to show how many tens and ones.
Halloween Place Value - Worksheet
Fill in the sentences to show how many tens and ones.
Draw a Pumpkin Patch – 2 Worksheets
Draw pumpkins in the ten frame to show the number.
Bibbity Bobbity Boo - Worksheet
Write the number on the ghost to show how many tens and ones.
How Many Seeds? Worksheet
Write the number in the box that shows how many pumpkin seeds are in the ten frames. Write how many tens and ones on the lines.
How Many? - Worksheet
Write the number at the top of the candy corn to show how many pieces of candy corn are in the ten frame. Fill in the blanks at the bottom to tell how many tens or ones.
Pumpkin Match – Activities This activity can be used 3 different ways.
1. Whole Group Pumpkin Match
Use 2 or 3 sets of cards depending on the children’s needs or how many children are participating. Make sure there is a match for each card. 2 or 3 cards can make a match. Give each child a card. When the teacher gives a signal, the children will find the child or children, that matches their card. The group will stand together until all children have found their match. The teacher will then review each group’s cards with the class by questioning the children. She will ask each child what their card shows and why they got with the group.
2. Small Group Pumpkin Match
The children will match the cards that show the same number. Use 2 sets or all 3 sets
3. Whole Group or Small Group – Where’s the Bat?
Place 8 – 10 pumpkin cards in a pocket chart. Hide the bat or the ghost card behind one of the pumpkin cards. The children will guess where the bat is by giving the number they think it is behind and pointing to the card. (giving the number, telling how many jack-o-lanterns in the ten frame, giving the number that the ten and ones represents) After naming the number the child or teacher will pull the card up to see if the bat is there. Continue until the bat is found.