It’s Monday, October 5, 2015, and time for **Math**** **at *ClickSchooling!*

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**Age Range: **Varies; see below (children with parental supervision).

It’s pumpkin season! You can use pumpkins to demonstrate many math concepts. Here are a few ideas:

This site offers some simple math activities for grades K-2 that use a pumpkin for practicing estimation, learning about circumference, and counting.

Testing Hypotheses About Pumpkins

This site offers a variety of free lessons using pumpkins to help students (about ages 8-14) learn about estimation and testing predictions. Do larger pumpkins have more seeds than smaller pumpkins? Is there a relationship between a pumpkin’s size and the number of seeds it contains? See all of the hands-on pumpkin math activities offered.

At this site you will find 4 arithmetic problems with multiple choice answers that test basic math skills.

This page includes preschool lesson plans, activities and Interest Learning Center ideas.