Grade 4 Thanksgiving Math Task Cards

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Add these 20 Thanksgiving themed task cards to your grade 4 learners’ math curriculum. They are perfect for the days leading up to Thanksgiving break as they will engage your learners and allow them to practice concepts found within grade level curriculum.


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PROBLEM: Days leading up to holiday breaks can be a challenging time to engage learners.

SOLUTION: This set of 20 math task cards focusing on the Thanksgiving holiday! Your 4th grade learners will enjoy solving problems relating to these Autumn festivities, all while practicing grade appropriate math skills. All concepts align with state standards in mathematics. Some problems review skills learned in grade 3 and others introduce learners to concepts taught in grade 4. These are just a few of the skills included in this product: multiplication, division, graphing, area/perimeter, fractions, and elapsed time. This product contains 2 sets of task cards (1 color version and 1 b&w version). PLEASE NOTE: the color and b&w versions are IDENTICAL. An answer key is also included.

When you purchase this product, you will receive:

PAGE 1: Task Cards 1-4: division, adding multi-digit numbers (hundreds), rounding, multiplication

PAGE 2: Task Cards 5-8: 2-step word problems with money, multiplication, division, fractions

PAGE 3: Task Cards 9-12: fractions, reading analog time to the minute, graphing, calculating area

PAGE 4: Task Cards 13-16: division, calculating perimeter, elapsed time to the minute, multiplication

PAGE 5: Task Cards 17-20: identifying quadrilaterals, graphing, liquid volume, fractions

PAGE 6: Answer Recording Page



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Grade 4 Thanksgiving Math Task Cards