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Halloween Multiplication Arrays Google Slides Activities & Print Task Cards

Add fun to your multiplication unit with this Halloween multiplication activity that gives your students conceptual practice with multiplication arrays.


Add fun to your multiplication unit with this Halloween multiplication activity that gives your students conceptual practice with multiplication arrays. Your students will love practicing multiplication with arrays with cute Halloween graphics. For each task card, students will practice counting rows and columns to create a multiplication equation for each array.


Promote conceptual multiplication understanding!

Help students understand basic multiplication concepts with colorful arrays and cute Halloween graphics. These activities are perfect for struggling students who need extra support! Students will label the rows and columns and then create a multiplication equation that matches the array.


Print and digital!

This is an ideal activity for math centers or small groups. I assign my class the Google Slides or Easel Activity for independent practice while I use the print task cards to help my struggling students in small groups.


Google Slides

This Halloween multiplication resource includes an interactive digital file with preformatted text boxes.


Easel Activity

An Easel Activity has been added to give you more flexibility. You get the same great activity without having to have a Google account. Easel Activities are easier for students to use because they can’t accidentally delete or resize objects.


Printable task cards

Differentiate by selecting the recording sheets that best meet the needs of your students.


What is Included in this multiplication arrays activity?

  • 25 interactive Google Slides task cards
  • 25 interactive Easel slides
  • 25 printable task cards
  • 3 recording sheets – perfect for differentiation
  • answer key



This Halloween multiplication resource was created to support the following 3rd-grade multiplication TEKS:


3.4D – determine the total number of objects when equally-sized groups of objects are combined or arranged in arrays up to 10 by 10



What teachers are saying about this Halloween math activity…

⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “This was perfect to use on Halloween after we finished our unit on Repeated Addition and how it related to multiplication and arrays! The format was easy to maneuver and students really enjoyed working on the themed arrays.” – Dana B


⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “We learned arrays on Halloween with this resource. Students were engaged and loved learning through the slides in small group. Students were able to mark up the slides to show that they were adding. I like that each slide tells students to identify the number of rows and columns and identifies how to write the multiplication equation. – Amy M


⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐  “My students loved the cute Halloween theme, and I love the easy-to-follow directions. It was a great way to transition my students from repeated addition to multiplication with arrays.” – Sherri L




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You will need a free Google account to access the digital task card files.


Tip – Students will need to work in “edit” mode to use the movable pieces.


View Halloween Multiplication Arrays on Teachers Pay Teachers.


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