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Thanksgiving Math Printables for Preschoolers

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These Thanksgiving Math Printables for Preschoolers are perfect for PreK math! Use them to help work on math and literacy and to make learning fun.

Make sure to check out my other Free Thanksgiving Worksheets for even more Thanksgiving themed learning fun. You can never have too many great learning printables for kids.

These Thanksgiving activities are great for working on math skills and to help with lesson planning, too.

These are great for pre k math and to instill confidence in free printables that focus on number recognition while helping to practice counting skills, too.

I’m a big fan of hands-on active learning. This is why fun Thanksgiving printables make for fun and engaging math activities to do during the holiday months.

What is the learning benefit of this printable?

This Thanksgiving-themed math printable set will teach addition and subtraction that will then also help to prepare them for multiplication and division, too!

What it includes:

This printable packet includes Thanksgiving math activities for early learners. Printables that focus on counting, color by number, and number identification are included!

Fun ways to use this printable:

There are a lot of great math activities included in this packet but it’s always fun to branch out and learn new things! These are just a few more ideas on how you can easily use this printable.

Write out a Thanksgiving word problem

Once they start to identify their numbers, have the kids create a fun word problem for the family to solve. (Have them solve it first though so that they know the answer!)

Create a coloring sheet

Even though there is already one color by number included, the kids can easily create their own. They can draw their own picture and then color it based upon the directions that they set.

Have a scavenger hunt with math clues

This isn’t any ordinary scavenger hunt. This is a counting scavenger hunt! Have them write out the clues on a piece of paper where they have everyone take “2 steps forward” and “3 steps to the left” and then “5 plus 2 more steps” to reach the end. They’ll be able to use math skills and create a fun game for the family at the same time!

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