Can the kids count the number of each fruit or vegetable in the harvest picture, then fill in the squares?
Thanksgiving Maths Worksheets
Lots NEW! We've used Thanksgiving as an excuse for these fun maths worksheets - an easy way to introduce a little learning into your Thanksgiving classroom or to keep the kids busy in the long run-up to Thanksgiving dinner...
Practise counting skills with these fun harvest match the numbers jigsaw cards. Cut out each jigsaw card and then cut each one into two pieces following the line in the middle.
Being able to recognise patterns is a useful skill! Can the children work out which harvest picture comes next to complete the pattern?
Can the kids identify a circle, retangle, square and triangle, and match them with the words? We've turned the shapes into pumpkins to make them more fun! Perfect for autumn, Harvest, Halloween or Thanksgiving.
Look at our 6 pumpkin shapes, decide what they are and match them to the correct word. This page is a fun way to tie shape learning into Harvest Festival, autumn, Thanksgiving or a food topic.
Here's our third - and most difficult - pumpkin shape match up page. There are 12 shapes to identify and match with the correct shape word.
Colour in our fun Thanksgiving pictures according to the instructions above each row, for some ordinal numbers practice.
Here's a worksheet with a Thanksgiving theme, that gives children extra practice with their ordinal numbers. Just colour in the correct picture in each row.
There are four shapes for the children to identify on this pumpkin 2d shapes worksheet. On the first page we've helped the kids out by giving them the first letter of the shape, but on the second sheet they have to name the shapes without any letter to prompt them.
Learning about shapes can be fun with these pumpkin-themed fill-in-the-blanks worksheets! Can the children name the different seven pumpkin shapes? One page has the first letter filled in as a clue to help, and the other sheet asks the kids to fill in the blanks without any guidance.
Here's a challenge to see how well the kids know their shapes! Can they name all of the 17 pumpkin shapes on this worksheet? There's a little question at the end for them to answer too.
Printing one to a page, these large pumpkin 2d shape posters are perfect for a classroom display or group work. There are 17 different shapes in this collection, all with an autumnal, pumpkin theme.
The aim of this fun game is to colour in the pumpkins! Roll two dice, add them up and colour the correct pumpkin. Compete against the clock or a friend.
Can the children solve the problems then colour in the pies? A fun way to practise maths skills, that may make you a little hungry too!
To play multiplication bump you just need two players, one of our printable boards, 2 dice and 2 colours of counters (one for each player). It's the perfect way to practice times tables whilst having fun!