In this post are a bunch of fun fall math activities perfect for Halloween and Thanksgiving! Each math pennant activity allows students to create festive classroom décor while reinforcing their math skills. Transform your classroom with these fun, interactive projects that celebrate the season!

These pumpkin rounding pennants ask students to round decimals to the nearest ten, whole and tenth. Each of the 30 pennants has 2 problems on it.

"I absolutely love this resource! A good theme is always welcomed. I used this resource as a review and my students love to see their work go up around the class." — Elle D.

A few teachers had asked if I could make a rounding pennant with whole numbers instead of decimals. These rounding whole numbers pumpkins have students rounding whole numbers in the hundreds place to the nearest ten and hundred.

"My students loved this activity. I allowed them to practice a skill they've been struggling with in a fun, engaging way." — Jamie A.

These simplifying algebraic expressions pumpkin pennants have students practicing the distributive property and combining like terms.

"My students had a really good time taking a class period to be creative. They also felt a sense of pride solving a problem and having it hung in the window for everyone to see." — Colette C.

Students multiply 2-digit numbers by 2-digit numbers on these funny multiplication ghost pennants. Problems very in difficulty, making it easy to differentiate.

"This was a great activity for October. The students had a blast working these problems. Each student displayed their work in the hallway." — Jeannie F.

"Great resource! Easy to use, student friendly. Students loved solving their multiplication problem and personalizing their own ghost. Will use again!" — Stefanie S.

"This is a great resource! Easy to use and print. The students enjoyed creating these mathematical ghosts!" — Bobbie M.

"My students loved this activity. It was a cute way for them to be able to display their understanding of long division." — Ysela M.

Students find domain and range of graphs, then identify each graph as either a function or not a function, in these domain and range cornucopia pennants.

"This was the perfect activity to do on the days leading up to Thanksgiving break, the kids really enjoyed it!" - Kerry D.

There are 40 pennants in this solving equations ghost pennants activity- 20 for 1-step equations and 20 for 2-step equations.

"I used this as a sub plan for a day I was gone. It went very well. The ghosts were so cute that I left them up in my classroom through November! I gave each student 4-5 ghosts, and together as a class, they solved and colored the whole set." — Katherine F.

"My students LOVED this resource! They were incredibly engaged!" -Victoria R.

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