These Thanksgiving Math Worksheets are perfect for exploring ten frames with your preschool and kindergarten learners this November. Get your Free Printable Preschool Worksheets today!
I can’t wait to share these new Thanksgiving Math Worksheets with you! These themed counting owl printables are adorable and perfect for exploring early math concepts with your preschool and kindergarten learners this November.
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You can use these printables at home or in the classroom to explore ten frames, place value, and counting skills with your little learners this Thanksgiving season.
Want even more fun Thanksgiving Math Worksheet ideas for learning fun this Fall? Check out all the fun you can have with printables and math activities below. Then, don’t forget to download your own cute counting owl math worksheets.
What’s a ten frame?
Ten frames are super helpful when it comes to teaching preschool and kindergarten learners about numbers. You can help your little learners truly understand numbers by using this one nifty tool. Ten frames make counting easier, but they also help kids understand place value.
The best thing about ten frames is that they are a visual representation of mathematical equations. Kids learn best when they can see math and practice it in a concrete way. Ten frame worksheets like these Thanksgiving math counting owl printables can make that happen for your preschool and kindergarten learners.
Plus, exposing your preschool learners to ten frames before kindergarten will give them a foundation to build on as they explore more complex math in kindergarten and beyond. You can use these Thanksgiving math worksheets to explore ten frames in a whimsical way your little learners can enjoy.
Ready to make learning fun? Keep scrolling to get your own counting owl Thanksgiving worksheets today.
More Thanksgiving Math Worksheet Fun
Want to have even more math fun with your preschool and kindergarten learners this Thanksgiving? Try creating a 3D version of my counting owl ten frames with your kids this November using the following tools for more concrete math practice.
- Free Printable Owl Ten Frame Worksheets
- Learning Resources Snap-n-Learn Rainbow Owls* or Learning Resources 1-10 Counting Owls Activity Set*
- Blue Painter’s Tape
Use the painter’s tape to create your own ten frames on a large horizontal surface. We usually do activities like this on the floor in the studio, but you could also use a large sheet of poster board.
Then, recreate each ten frame from the Thanksgiving math worksheets using the adorable counting owls in Learning Resource’s activity set. Ask your preschool and kindergarten learners to practice counting and solving each ten frame with you.
It’s a fun way to bring these Thanksgiving math worksheets to life at home or in the classroom.
Need even more Thanksgiving-themed math fun? Check out these other fun printable worksheets for your kindergarten and preschool learners this November:
Don’t forget to share your Thanksgiving learning adventures in the comment section. I love reading about your experiences exploring these holiday-themed printables at home and in the classroom with your early learners.
Thanksgiving Math Worksheets
Keep in mind that all preschoolers do things in their own time and on their own terms. What one is ready for, another might not be. Please use your best mama judgement when planning activities for your little kids.
I hope you enjoy using these Free Printable Thanksgiving Worksheets with your little kids as much as I enjoyed creating them with mine.
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