# Frighteningly Fun Halloween Math Problems

- Share these frighteningly fun Halloween math problems with your class.

- Stumpy the skeleton goes for a bike ride every night in the cemetery. He rides 1/2 way around the cemetery and stops. Stumpy then bikes 3/4 of the way around before stopping again. He finishes his ride by biking another 3/8. How far around the cemetery does Stumpy bike?
- An adult skeleton has 206 bones. There are 27 bones in a hand and 26 bones in a foot. How many bones are not in the hands or feet?
- After scooping out and carving the Jack O Lantern, the class counted 162 pumpkin seeds. Their teacher roasted the pumpkin seeds for a tasty treat. She wanted to divide the seeds up evenly among all her students. There were 18 students in the class. How many pumpkin seeds did each student get?
- Anoka, MN is the Halloween Capital of the World. They created the first Halloween parade in 1920. How many years will it be before they can celebrate their 100
^{th }anniversary? How many months? Think that’s scary, now try to figure out how many days?
- Count Juan Toothree is giving a party at his haunted castle. Throughout the evening guests come and go. 10 guests go in. 2 come out. 12 more go in. 3 come out. 6 go in. 8 come out. 10 more go in. 1 comes out. And just before midnight 2 go in and 8 come out. How many guests are at the party at midnight?

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