Thanksgiving Counting Worksheets
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Your preschoolers will love practicing counting to ten with these Thanksgiving counting worksheets. Add them to your holiday math centers!
This Thanksgiving, use these counting pages to have your preschooler practice writing their numbers from 1-10. They can practice counting from one to ten as they color the Thanksgiving images on each page.
Then, they’ll have a chance to fine tune their cutting skills as they cut and paste the correct set in the boxes at the top of each page.
These free preschool printables include a variety of Thanksgiving images – pumpkins, pilgrims, natives, and more. You could easily add them to your math activities this fall.
Thanksgiving Counting Worksheets
As I mentioned above, this ten-page activity pack will give your preschooler an opportunity to practice writing their numbers 1-10. They’ll also practice counting from 1-10 as they count and color the images on each page and as they count the sets at the bottom of each page.
Print the pages out on regular printer paper. Have your child trace the number in the top left corner of the page. Then, they can count and color the images. Again, practice tracing the numbers on the writing lines.
Finally, cut out the boxes at the bottom of the page. Find the four sets that match the featured number, and glue them to the boxes at the top of the page.
It’s fairly simple to make this activity a reusable one. Laminate the full pages, and then cut of the boxes at the bottom of the page. Put a velcro dot on the back of each box, and then store them in a zipper pouch.
Now, put a velcro dot in each box in the top right corner of each page. You can now hole punch the pages and bind them together with ribbon or binder rings.
PRESCHOOL BOOKS ABOUT THANKSGIVING
Fill your book basket with a great collection of Thanksgiving picture books. Most of these books can be found at your local library or used bookstore.
If you have a hard time finding them, you can order them through my Amazon affiliate links by clicking the images below.
How to Catch a Turkey – A turkey is running loose in a school right before a Thanksgiving play. Can YOU help catch it? Follow along as students turn their school upside down trying to catch the turkey, ending with a twist that ensures no turkeys are harmed (or eaten!).
Turkey Trouble – Turkey is in trouble. Bad trouble. The kind of trouble where it’s almost Thanksgiving . . . and you’re the main course. But Turkey has an idea–what if he doesn’t look like a turkey? What if he looks like another animal instead?
10 Fat Turkeys – Girls and boys will gobble up this hilarious story about ten goofy turkeys and their silly antics: swinging from a vine, strutting on a boar, doing a noodle dance, and more.
More FREE Thanksgiving Printable Resources
Work on letter recognition with these P is for Pilgrims Letter Find pages from 3 Boys and a Dog.
Work on visual discrimination and counting with this Thanksgiving I Spy set from Life Over C’s.
Set one of these I’m So Grateful Coloring Pages from Thirty Handmade Days at each place at your Thanksgiving table.
You can use these Free Thanksgiving Photo Booth Props from The Dating Divas in both your classroom and your home!
Educational Thanksgiving Resources for Kids
Powhatan Indians TOOB – This TOOB includes a camp fire, dugout canoe, stretched deer hide, Powhatan woman cooking, Powhatan warrior with war club, Powhatan hunter with bow, Pocahontas, Powhatan woman with baby, Chief Whunsoncock, as well as a deer, bear, and fox.
Jamestown Settlers TOOB – This Toob includes a sailor with a navigational device, a female gardener, a blacksmith, a settler workman, a female settler cooking, and John Smith, as well as a chicken, pig, and a cannon.
LEGO Thanksgiving Harvest – Celebrate Thanksgiving with this fun LEGO Thanksgiving Harvest set, featuring 2 mini-figures in a harvest setting with a carriage, Thanksgiving turkey, bird, scarecrow and a colorful autumn tree.
Gobble Gobble Mad Libs – Featuring hilarious stories about preparing and eating dinner, Thanksgiving traditions, and Black Friday shopping, it’s sure to keep kids laughing for hours.