# 3 Fun & No Prep Halloween Math Activities for 6th Grade

by · Updated October 10, 2023

Here’s 3 No Prep Math Activities to celebrate Halloween in math class, including doodle math activities, hands on zombie invasion project, and digital pixel art activities —that you can throw together instantly.

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## 1. Get Artistic with Doodle Math Worksheets

Who doesn't love doodling?

Doodle Math is a great way to get your students’ creative juices flowing, as well as practice their math skills.

It’s a fresh twist on color-by-number or color-by-code, with more creative freedom on the resulting image. Simply print out a Doodle Math worksheet relevant to the topic that you’re covering in class. Your students will solve problems and unlock doodle patterns that they can doodle in the color of their choice.

Here’s a few that are perfect for 6th students during Halloween:

You can find more Halloween Doodle Math activities in my Fall-Halloween-Thanksgiving section of TPT.

## 2. Stop a Zombie Invasion

Looking for a fun way to practice graphing and coordinate planes with your students?

Try this exciting, print-and-go activity, students help the CDC stop an outbreak of a zombie virus by plotting outbreak locations, analyzing where to place a laboratory and hospital, and computing the distance between infected individuals.

#### Coordinate Plane Graphing & Distance | Plotting Points, Quadrants | 6th Grade

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Looking for an exciting application for plotting points coordinate planes, identifying quadrants, and calculating distance on graphs? How about a zombie apocalypse? In this print-and-go, EASEL-compatible activity, students must help the CDC stop an outbreak by plotting outbreak locations, analyzing where to place a laboratory and hospital, and computing the distance between infected individuals.

## 3. Try Halloween Google Sheets Pixel Art Activities

This activity is a fun way to help students practice independently while they create a spooky masterpiece on their digital devices.

Students solve the problems and incrementally unlock a Halloween-themed picture. It’s great because it auto-grades, so students get instant feedback on what problems they’re getting right and wrong, so that they can improve.

I’ve made a few that you can use right away:

Get the 6th-grade Halloween Digital Pixel Art Bundle for season-long fun! Ideal for fall, Halloween, and Thanksgiving. Use 1-2 activities weekly with your students. 🎃✨

I hope you find at least one activity to make this Halloween spooktacular!

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