You can trick-or-treat with your students as a review game. It’s simple. Students are given questions with 2 answer choices (one right and one wrong). When they make their choice, they find out if their answer is a trick (wrong answer) or a treat (right answer). It’s a fun and engaging way to practice math skills!

To add even more engagement, I offer real tricks and treats. If a student gets the answer correct, I let them choose a piece of candy from my candy bucket. If they get it wrong, I had some choices of tricks that included wearing fangs or googly eye glasses the rest of class, acting like a zombie, or wearing a hat that says “I got tricked.” Of course if students weren’t comfortable, I didn’t force them to do anything. It’s all meant to be fun for everyone!

**DIGITAL Trick or Treat Halloween Games**

Angle Relationships Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Two-Step Equations Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

**8th Grade Math Trick or Treat Halloween Games**

Function or Not a Function? Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Estimating Square Roots Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Square Roots & Cubes Roots Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Angle Relationships (Parallel Lines Cut by a Transversal) Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Scientific Notation Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Rational or Irrational Numbers Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

8th Grade Math Number Systems Review Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Multi-Step Equations with Variables on Both Sides Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

**7th Grade Math Trick or Treat Halloween Games**

Two-Step Equations Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Percent of a Number Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Integer Operations Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

**6th Grade Math Trick or Treat Halloween Games**

One-Step Equations Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Distributive Property Trick or Treat Halloween Activity

Combining Like Terms (no negatives) Trick or Treat Halloween Activity