Halloween is one of the kids favorite holidays of the year, and The Room on the Broom is one of their favorite books. That’s why I decided to put these two together for a week filled with fun and games. These Halloween (Room on the Broom) Math Activities will keep the children engaged while developing their graphing, extending patterns, fine-motor and number recognition skills.
Room on the Broom: Graphing Center
Cut out and put all the Halloween pictures in a sensory bin. Children close their eyes and try and get as many pictures as possible out of the bin in 30 sec. They then count these and complete their pictographs.
Room on the Broom: Roll & Cover
The children take turns to throw a dice and cover/ color the dice picture with the same number on their cards. The first child that has all the dice covered, wins.
Room on the Broom: Extend the Patterns
Using the pictures from the ‘Boo! I Found You! Center, demonstrate how to extend ABAB, ABCABC & AABB patterns on the board. Hand out the activity sheets and ask the children to complete these by extending the patterns.