Thanksgiving Skip Counting Cards

When Thanksgiving comes around, it means it's time to unplug and enjoy time with your family. But you can also get your kids ready for it by bringing Thanksgiving into their learning. These skip counting cards are perfect for the fall and to get kids thinking about Thanksgiving.

FREE printable Thanksgiving clip cards for kids to practice skip counting. They are self-correcting so kids can check their answers by counting the pictures. Fun Thanksgiving math activity!
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Get kids thinking about skip counting which will help them learn their multiplication tables more easily. These skip counting cards get kids skip counting and makes it easy for them to do so without giving up. If they don't know the answer they can count the items to find the correct answer.

Thanksgiving Skip Counting Cards

Print out the cards onto paper or card stock if you'd like them to be more durable. If you'd like them to last, I suggest you laminate them or cover them in contact paper. Cut them up and mix them up.
Have your child follow along the skip counting pattern, if they can't figure it out, they can count the number of items on the card. They can clip the correct answer with a clothespin or place a counting chip on top of the answer.

To extend this activity, read your favorite Thanksgiving books, get your children thinking about Thanksgiving and gratitude by serving your community. Bake cookies for your local police station or firefighters, visit a nursery home or make a meal for an elderly neighbor. Have kids write down things that they are grateful for and display them so the whole family can be reminded of each other's thankfulness.

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Monique from Living Life and Learning
Monique is a homeschooling mom to 3 kiddos who lives in Ontario, Canada. She loves exploring code as a website designer and also has an MS in biology. She enjoys sharing math and science printables on her blog, Living Life and Learning, along with homeschooling tips and family ideas. You can also find her on Facebook, Pinterest, Instagram, and Twitter.


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