Welcome to the Thanksgiving Math Worksheets page at Math-Drills.com where there is a cornucopia of math worksheets. On this page, you will find Thanksgiving math worksheets on a variety of topics including comparing, patterning, addition, subtraction, multiplication and division.
Thanksgiving is a special time in the United States and Canada (although it is celebrated on different days). There are usually Thanksgiving related activities in the classroom in preparation for the celebration. Math-Drills.Com is pleased to provide some themed worksheets for Thanksgiving. Whether you are searching for a worksheet full of turkeys or want something a little more historical, like the Mayflower, we have a worksheet for you.
Thanksgiving math worksheets on a variety of math topics including comparing and ordering numbers, patterning, geometry and ratios.
After you select the first worksheet, please look at the other versions (A, B, C, etc.) as each one has a different picture.
Comparing numbers at Thanksgiving is so important because we all want to know who ate the most food! Was it Uncle John who ate four plates full of food and no dessert, or was it Cousin Jill who only ate two plates of food, but filled up on four slices of pie? Your comparisons might not be that complicated, but you can certainly use these themed worksheets to help your students understand the ordinality of numbers.
These Cartesian art pictures challenge students to plot points on a set of axes. After they are done, they can color or add to them, especially in the case of the cornucopia.
Thanksgiving math worksheets for practicing multiplication and addition.
At this time of year, it is important to complete a cornucopia of math facts. Below are some worksheets that will help you do just that.
What could be better than completing math questions on paper with a beautiful background? Use the Autumn Leaves worksheet for a little challenge with an aesthetically pleasing background. The turkeys have taken over the next worksheets. They just like to stand around and block students' views of their math questions. Make sure you only mark the questions they can see.