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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 … Continue reading

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October STEM and Math Fun

Everybody likes a Jack O’ Lantern with its fiery eyes and gleaming grin but what do you do with the pumpkin once Halloween is over. Did you know that the US wastes 450 million kg of pumpkin yearly. The National … Continue reading

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Fun Halloween Math Problems

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? Count Juan Toothree is giving a party at his haunted castle. … Continue reading

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The Math Behind Famous Halloween Facts!

1. The world’s largest pumpkin weighs 2,032 pounds, that’s more than a ton.  The average weight of a pumpkin is about 12 pounds.  How many average pumpkins equal the weight of the world’s record? http://www.guinnessworldrecords.com/records-1/heaviest-pumpkin/ 2. Punkin Chunkin is an … Continue reading

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