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Today I’ve put together a brand new printable just in time for Halloween. My Halloween Roll and Cover Math Games supports number recognition, basic addition, and basic subtraction skills.
It is the perfect Halloween learning tool for your preschooler, kindergartener, or 1st grader who is working on these important early math skills. Plus, it’s free!
Note: For more Halloween printables, see my Halloween Activities for Kids page.
To play my Halloween Roll & Cover Math Games, print off the game board you prefer. In the picture below, I printed off the number recognition version featuring bats. This version uses one die.
To play, kids begin by rolling the die.
Then they place a small object – I used buttons – to cover the number that was rolled. They keep rolling the die until they have covered all the numbers on the playing board.
The playing board featuring a bubbling cauldron uses two dice to help children practice basic addition.
And the playing board featuring a haunted house surrounded by pumpkins uses two dice to help children practice some simple subtraction problems.
All three versions come with a colored background and a white background for those who are trying to save on printer ink.
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More Halloween resources
More Halloween printables from Gift of Curiosity:
- Halloween Printables Pack
- Jack-o-Lantern Printables Pack
- Halloween Play Dough Mats
- Halloween Do-a-Dot Printables
- Halloween Sudoku
- Halloween I Spy Printables
- Halloween Search Games
- Pumpkin Outlines