We have put together a fantastic and totally interactive Fall Math activities that kids are going to love so much! This is a very comprehensive list.
Interactive Fall Math Activities
Make tangrams with Fall leaves! Use spiders for learning Math! Fall-themed math activities are so much fun!
Have tree cutouts with number 1-10. Place objects on the corresponding tree and count aloud.
With linking cubes, practice measurement. There’s some free printable fall themed measuring cards, and you can use the cubes to begin working on measurement.
Just how heavy is a pumpkin? Find out in this experiment, great for elementary students!
Have any leftover corn kernels from crafts? Use them to practice basic math!
This apple counting activity is a good way to practice counting. Label cutout baskets with numbers and dip fingers in paint and make dots corresponding to the number on the basket.
Make a mat and place a number, then have the child put the corresponding number to the mat!
Practice math with these candy corns. Learn the number, the word, and how many items there are!
More Interactive Fall Math Activities
Make different cut out shapes and place number on them. Practice by making kids put the corresponding item number to the cut out.
This activity is a great way to practice greater than less signs. Use the candy corn as the greater than less sign symbol.
Have a sheet numbered 1-10. Kids will than draw the corresponding number of apples to the correct box.
Label plates and have the corresponding number of bugs insects placed on the plate.
Learn shapes by cutting out different shapes and using them to decorate a tree in this fall themed craft.
These baskets are a good way to practice seeing and recognizing numbers. Label a basket with a number and put that many objects in the basket.
Label instructions with numbers and then build the potato head.
Have an apple cutout, then place appleseeds in the apple corresponding to the number you roll on the dice.
Practice fractions by using cutout of tubes and placing apples in them!
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