# Halloween Colour-by-Number Worksheets for Multiplication Facts

## Multiplication fact practice with a Halloween twist. Perfect for revising times tables this October.

With Halloween on the horizon, it’s always fun to incorporate a few Halloween-themed activities into your math curriculum.

So today, I’d like to introduce a new resource: a set of Halloween-themed colour-by-number activities.

These activities are for great for practising multiplication facts and are available now both in the Math, Kids and Chaos online store or over on Teachers pay Teachers.

I had great fun drawing these Halloween pictures (apart from the bats – it’s harder that you’d think to get the shape of a bat correct…) and I hope you like them.

## Tell me about these colour by number activities

These activity sheets are a really fun way for your child to keep multiplication facts ticking over.

This resource comes in the form of a digital PDF document and contains four different colour-by-number pages.

Each of the four activities gets progressively more challenging and focuses on a different group of facts.

The four different Halloween activities are as follows:

### Worksheet 1 (witch picture):

This first sheet focuses on 2s, 3s, 4s and 5s.

With this activity, answers are no bigger than 50. Your child will need six colours: yellow, black, purple, orange, green and blue.

### Worksheets 2 (haunted house):

This second activity sheet focuses on 6s, 7s, 8s, 9s and 10s and will reveal a colourful haunted house.

This is a bit trickier than the first sheet with answers as up to 100.

### Worksheet 3 (owl and bats)

For children that want to practise all their multiplication tables from 2s, through to 10s, this activity includes a selection of facts up to 10 x 10.

### Worksheet 4 (pumpkins)

Once children know their multiplication facts back-to-front and inside out (ie. really well!), they’ll need a little extra challenge.

And so, this activity focuses on 11s and 12s too with a selection of facts up to 12 x 12.

Yes! A full colour version of what each finished activity should look like is included.

The answers to each of the multiplication number sentences are marked on too.

I think you’ll agree, the finished pictures look pretty colourful.

## What age are these colour by number activities for?

These colour-by-number multiplication sheets are ideal for children in grade 3 and up.

But really they’ll be great for any child who needs to practise multiplication facts and likes colouring!

## Do these worksheets work well with a class of children?

Yes, with four different activities of different levels of challenge, it is easy to differentiate.

For example, a whole class can be completing a colour-by-number activity but can be practising different facts. Some children can be revising 2s, 3s, 4s and 5s whilst another child can be working on facts up to 10 x 10 or even 12 x 12.

These activities are great for class work, homework or as an extra activity for children who have finished all their classwork.

## Where can I find these Halloween math sheets?

These are available both in the Math, Kids and Chaos online store, or over on Teachers pay Teachers.

There are two versions: one for Canadian/UK/Australian spelling (e.g. ‘colour’) and one from US spelling (e.g. ‘color’).

But wait!….

If your child or students are working on multiplication facts this October, don’t miss our great value Halloween Multiplication Facts BUNDLE!

This bundle contains the above Halloween colour-by-number worksheets as well as our Pumpkin Multiples Math Craft and Halloween Multiplication Facts Worksheets.