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! 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**.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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