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Put the Spooky Back in Halloween 2020 With FREE Digital Mystery Pictures

Halloween looks so different this year, it’s scary. The thrill of chasing candy door-to-door has been replaced by virtual costume contests and socially-distanced pumpkin carving.

Don’t let that stop you from assigning fun fall math lessons that will be even more meaningful for kids. Put the spooky back in Halloween with eight FREE mystery pictures that allow students to practice math facts while uncovering seasonal scenes, such as bats, jack-o-lanterns, and witches.

Digital mystery pictures work seamlessly in the classroom or for remote learning. You’ll get two spooky, self-checking mystery pictures for each operation (addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division—8 Google Slides total). Pictures are paperless, no-prep and ready to assign with a link or in Google Classroom.

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Looking for more Halloween-themed activities to keep kids engaged? My Digital Math Escape Rooms and Digital Math Centers will hold students’ attention even when they’re hopped up on Halloween candy! 

For second graders and grades 3/4, the Digital Math Escape Rooms challenge kids to solve math problems and “Escape the Haunted House” on Halloween night. They’ll have so much spooky fun they won’t even realize they’re learning.

The Halloween Digital Math Centers include themed true/false, matching and puzzle games to keep kids entertained while they solve math problems. Each activity contains detailed directions with either moveable pieces or text boxes for students to type their answers, so they can complete the slides independently. Assign this no-prep, paperless pack all at once or split into several activities per day and your distance learning plans are done!

Digital Math Centers

Hear what Jessica S. had to say about the Grades 3 & 4 Digital Math Centers:

“This resource saved me SO much time.  It was easy to use and had CLEAR and straightforward directions on every slide for my students to follow. Assigning these slides allowed my students to work with a suggested timeline but ultimately work at their own pace. I LOVE this resource and plan to purchase more.”  

Happy Halloween! Hope your students are scary good.:)

Xoxo,

Kristin

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