On this page, you will find fun math activities that will help your students fall in love with math this November! These autumn and Thanksgiving lesson plans review addition, subtraction, multiplication, and decimals.
Many students find traditional math exercises boring and dull. I encourage you to use fun powerpoint presentations to bring life to these boring mathematics exercises.
At the beginning of math class, provide your students with a fun powerpoint warm up activity using one of the Thanksgiving Dinner math word problems. These animated word problems require students to solve questions involving addition, multiplication, money, decimal points, and place value.
The next day, have your students complete an animated fall math puzzle that will engage your students solving addition and subtraction equations.
I hope that these Thanksgiving math teaching resources will provide you with some ideas for some fun math activities that you can complete with your students during the month of November.
For this Thanksgiving Dinner math powerpoint presentation, students have to use both addition and multiplication to solve these Thanksgiving word problems.
The math word problems in this activity involve money, so students are also reviewing money, decimal points, and place value as well.
These math word problems use an engaging grocery cart style format and students have to calculate how much money is spent to buy food for a Thanksgiving dinner.
There are 5 sets of question and answer slides in this powerpoint lesson, as well as two student response worksheets for students to work out their answers on.
These 5 Thanksgiving Dinner word problems would work well as a daily warm up activity which you could do each day of the week prior to Thanksgiving. Your students will love reviewing multiplication, addition, and money equations using this engaging and animated November activity!
This powerpoint presentation includes two student response worksheets for students to write their answers on (one worksheet is shown below).
Engage your students in reviewing money, decimal points, and place value with this set of Thanksgiving math teaching resources!
Below you can watch a short video that demonstrates my Thanksgiving word problems powerpoint presentation.
For this Fall Into Math powerpoint presentation, students have to solve addition and subtraction equations, using an engaging and fun puzzle style format.
There are no Thanksgiving animations in this powerpoint, only fall leaves, so this activity can be used anytime during the autumn season.
There are 5 sets of question and answer slides in this powerpoint presention, as well as a student response worksheet for students to work out their answers on.
These 5 fall puzzles work well as a daily warm up activity which you could do each day of the week. Your students will love reviewing addition and subtraction equations with this engaging and animated autumn activity!
This powerpoint presentation includes three student response worksheets for students to write their answers on (one worksheet is shown below).
Engage your students in reviewing addition and subtraction equations with this fun set of math powerpoint puzzles!
Below you can watch a short video that demonstrates my Thanksgiving puzzles powerpoint presentation.
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