Growing up, summer was always my #1 season! I mean, what's not to like? Vacation. Warm weather. Ice cream. The beach. Del's! It's the best! But something strange happened after having my daughter. My body changed. I started sweating when it got above 75 degrees. The heat made me panic. Bring on Fall! Bring on Halloween and Thanksgiving! Below are some fall math activities to celebrate the season.

Here is a fun pumpkin-themed

**rounding decimals pennant**.And this

**rounding whole numbers pennant**is for younger kids.Now Fall is by far my favorite season. It's not muddy like Spring and look at all those beautiful colors! So this post was a no-brainer.

These

**domain and range cornucopia pennants**are a fun way for algebra students to practice finding the domain and range of graphs.And here is a ghost-themed

**multiplication pennant**.**coordinate graphing activity**that introduces point plotting.

For middle school students, here is a set of

**solving proportions pennants**.This

**Halloween picture puzzles digital math escape room**comes in both digital and printable form. The digital version is an answer-validated Google Form where students need to type the correct 4-letter code to move to the next puzzle.You can see all of my holiday math activities here.

Below are a bunch more fall-themes math activities from some friends!

Thanks friend! I am also someone who has learned to love and appreciate fall. :) Jodi

ReplyDeleteThanks for adding your resource:) I never thought I'd see the day I thought Fall was the best, but here it is!

DeleteYou crack me up! I also sweat whenever it is 70+ degrees outside!

ReplyDeleteYes, what's up with that?! Sweat City, USA! :)

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