The Count Is A Fun Number Costume Idea
Number And Math Costume Ideas For Mathematically Inclined People
So you love numbers, math, or unique Halloween costumes, and you are on the right page to find all of the above. You can make, or buy, costumes with a number theme. Some of these costumes are numbers themselves, others are number related. Hopefully you will find that one brilliant numerical costume idea that strikes your fancy!
Hey, was The Count on Sesame Street your favorite character too? When I think of a great outfit to wear about numbers or math, Count von Count always comes to mind.
Below find a list of fun ideas with a number or math theme to use on Halloween or any of the fun number holidays through the year. I've also searched for unique holidays throughout the year that are related to numbers and math. You can use these costume ideas for them too. I was quite surprised at the number of unique holidays about this theme. Hope you enjoy looking over the costume ideas and the holidays. As you can see, I've gone off on a tangent.
The List Of Fun Number And Math Costume Ideas
- Foam Numbers
- Count von Count
- A Ruler
- Math Monsters
- Albert Einstein And His Theory of Relativity
- Uno Cards
- Flash Cards
- Pi Rates (πrates)
- Pumpkin Pi (or any kind of Pi you like)
- Any Math Symbol
- Zero The Hero
- Rubik's Cube
- The Möbius Strip
Math Monster Costumes
Flash Cards Number Halloween Costume
Halloween, Math Day, International Math Week, Number Day All Reasons To Find Fun and Easy To Make Number Costumes
Here are the holidays I found while searching out number and math related costume ideas. I never knew there were so many interesting days set aside to honor math. There are some contests you can enter to help choose next years holiday themes.
- October 21 Celebration of Mind
- October 23 Mole Day (Avogadro's Number)
- November 23 The Fibonacci Sequence (Math Day)
- September 25, 2022 Math Story Telling Day
- March 14, 2022 Pi Day
- March 14, 2022 International Day of Mathematics (World Math Day)
- July 24, 2025 Pythagorean Theorem Day
Halloween Number And Math Ideas - You Figure It Out
Celebration of Mind - October 21 - Math And Magic Costume Ideas
Celebration of Mind is a day to celebrate for anyone who enjoys puzzles, games, math, and magic. Check out the link below to find out more about this fun day and the different themes you can find there - puzzles and games, magic, and more. There have got to be a lot of fun costume ideas with this variety of themes.
Sudoku Costume For Anyone Who Loves Math
Math, Puzzles, Magic
- Host Resources – Gathering 4 Gardner
The Gathering 4 Gardner (G4G) Foundation stimulates curiosity and the playful exchange of ideas and critical thinking in recreational math, magic, science, literature, and puzzles to preserve the legacy of writer and polymath Martin Gardner.
The Möbius Strip Halloween Costume Idea
Mole Day - October 23, 2021 Or “Avogadro’s Number” Costume Ideas
Mole Day recognizes Avogadro's Number (6.02 x 10²³), a basic measuring unit in chemistry. This holiday is celebrated by schools and chemistry departments throughout the United States with activities related to chemistry or to moles.
Every year there is a contest to see who can come up with next year's Mole Day theme. Previous themes have been Moley Potter and HaMoleton. You can submit an idea to the link below if you do so before November 1st, 2021. Good themes to submit are Mole puns! Sounds like a Mole Hill of Fun to me!
Teachers Dress Up For Mole Day
Find Out More About Mole Day (Avogadro's Number)
Fibonacci Day - November 23, 2021 - Fun Math Costume Ideas
Fibonacci Day is based on the "Fibonacci Sequence," a group of numbers that create a spiral. That is, each number is the sum of the two numbers before it beginning with 0 and 1.
The sequence starts: 0, 1, 1, 2, 3, 5, 8, 13, 21, 34, 55, 89, 144 ... do you see it?
Brilliant Math Costume - The Fibonacci Sequence For Halloween Or Math Day
You Missed Pythagorean Theorem Day In 2020 But There's Another One In 2025
- December 16, 2020 (12/16/20 or 16/12/20): 12² + 16² = 20²
- July 24, 2025 (7/24/25 or 24/7/25): 7² + 24² = 25²
Pythagorean Theorem Day comes around once and a while. There was one in 2020 but we missed it. The next one comes in 2025. That gives you plenty of time to plan a costume to wear.
- How does it work? - Pythagoras theorem for right-angled triangles
- What else can you do? - Squares and right-angled triangles: Jigsaw Puzzle
Pythagorean Theory With Chocolate
Math Story Telling Day - September 25, 2022 - Math Story Costume Ideas
Math Story Telling Day was started in 2009 and it's been a fun day for math lovers ever since. This day is celebrated by talking and showing how math enriches our lives. One way to celebrate is to read books, tell stories, and of course, dress up in a costume.
This Math Hat Sure Does Tell A Story - Great For Math Halloween Costume or Math Story Day
Find Out More About Math Story Telling Day
- MATH STORYTELLING DAY - September 25 - National Day Calendar
Math Storytelling Day is observed annually on September 25. This is a day to appreciate all the ways math enhances our daily lives.
Pi Day π - March 14, 2022 - Number And Math Costume Ideas
A Pi costume is perfect for Halloween, Math Day, or Pi Day! On March 14 of each year the mathematical constant known as Pi is celebrated. The ratio of a circle's circumference to it's diameter is defined by Pi and the value is 3.14. That's March 14th. (π) So celebrate with a pie or a Pi costume!
World Math’s Day (International Day of Mathematics) - March 14, 2022 - More Math Costume Ideas
World Math Day is celebrated on Pi Day - go figure! Every year the IDM issues a poster making challenge with a unique theme. For 2022 the theme is MATHEMATICS UNITES. Visit their website to find out more about creating and submitting a poster if you are serious about Math and Numbers. For right now, think about creating a number or math poster costume to wear on Halloween or in March.
Find Out More About International Day of Mathematics
- International Day of Mathematics
A worldwide celebration of Mathematics on March 14 of every year.