# November Thanksgiving Math Activities for 3rd Grade

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1. Do you need no prep, print + go, hands-on, cut and paste math activities that focus on all 3rd GRADE MATH Common Core Standards for the entire year? The 2nd grade set can be found here.These hands-on worksheets are perfect for math rotations or your early finisher station and your students will LOVE
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Thanksgiving Math Activities for 3rd Grade

Do you need engaing, no prep, print and go November Themed cut and paste math activities that focus on 3rd Grade Math Common Core Standards?

These hands-on worksheets are perfect for math rotations or your early finisher station and your students will LOVE finding out the mystery trivia fact once they've solved the math problems!

Here's how it works:

• Students will solve the 9 problems.
• Then, students wil cut out the strips.
• Next, students will find the matching answer on the match-up sheet.
• They will glue the strips on top of the matching answer.
• The fun fact is then revealed!

Click here to see this activity in action via a REEL on Instagram!

❤️ I love that this activity has built in motivation because students will want to solve the problems in order to read the mystery trivia fact!

❤️ I also love that this activity offers a self-checking component- students must find the matching answer in order to reveal the fun fact- which makes this activity the perfect self-checking resource for your students.

⭐️What Teachers Are Saying about Unravel the Fact⭐️

• "This was a wonderful way for my resource students to review previously taught material or practice current skills. The facts made them engaging and also easy to leave as a station with a sub or an aide because they were self-checking."

• "I think these are very fun! They cover a bunch of skills and I really like how they have a page to glue the pieces on. The kids like the facts too."

• "I LOVE this product! My students have so much fun solving problems, putting the puzzle together, and reading the interesting fact. I love that literacy is a part of this math product. Thank you again!"

• "I bought these unravel the fact activities for both my children whom I homeschool. These activities are their favorite! I love that it reinforces math skills they have already learned and they love the cutting and putting together the facts in their notebook. This is an excellent independent activity for my children!"

⭐️ What themes/facts are featured this month?

Facts about Thanksgiving, Native Americans for Native American Heritage Month, National Aviation Month Facts, National Peanut Butter Lover's Month (facts about Presidents who were peanut farmers, astronauts who took peanut butter to space, etc.), and various other facts of important dates in history that revolve around November.

⭐️ How do these low-prep math puzzles work?

The November EDITION of these cross-curricular Unravel the Fact Math Puzzles reveal facts themed around holidays and themes in NOVEMBER. Students will answer the 9 math problems, put the puzzle strips in order from LEAST to GREATEST. If they have answered the problems correctly and have placed the numbers in order correctly, an interesting fact will be revealed. They will have "unraveled a fact".

Content Integration + Self-Correcting Math Puzzles = Happy Teacher and Engaged Students

This resource includes 32 different math puzzles that cover a variety of 3rd Grade Math Skills. A recording sheet for accountability and a fact booklet for students to record their facts {optional} are also included.

Option #1:

{NO PREP--PRINT AND GO} Pieces are already mixed up/jumbled up for students to solve, cut and put together to glue into math notebook or on a piece of construction paper.

Option #2:

{LOW PREP} Print on colored paper, laminate, students write and wipe the answers with a thin dry erase marker. These laminated puzzles can be placed in math centers.

⭐️ What skills are included? {Pick and choose which skills you want your students to practice}

Skills:

• Bar Graph and Tally Graph
• Telling time to the half hour
• Telling time to the five minute
• Counting Money {coins}
• Subtraction Facts
• Adding 3 single digit numbers
• Adding 4 single digit numbers
• Fact Family
• 3 Digit Addition {with regrouping}
• 3 and 4 Digit Addition {with regrouping}
• 3 Digit Subtraction {with regrouping}
• 3 Digit Subtraction Across Zeroes
• 3 Digit Addition and Subtraction {with regrouping}
• Word Problems {Addition, Subtraction, Multiplication}
• Base Ten Blocks--Picture Form {ones, tens, hundreds, thousands}
• Value of the Underlined Digit {5 and 6 digit numbers}
• Place Value {6 digit numbers}
• Expanded Form {6 digit numbers}
• Word Form {6 digit numbers}
• Round to Nearest 100
• Round to Nearest 10
• Round to Nearest 1,000
• Comparing Numbers {4 digit}
• Patters {5s and 10s}
• Ordering Numbers {3 Digit Numbers}
• Ordering Numbers { 4 Digit Numbers}
• Fractions
• Multiplication Facts

Other November/Thanksgiving Math Resources you may enjoy

Silly Math - Around the Room Thanksgiving Math Scavenger Hunt

©Unravel the Fact Math Puzzles are an original idea by Teaching with Nesli.

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### Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Interpret products of whole numbers, e.g., interpret 5 × 7 as the total number of objects in 5 groups of 7 objects each. For example, describe a context in which a total number of objects can be expressed as 5 × 7.
Understand a fraction 1/𝘣 as the quantity formed by 1 part when a whole is partitioned into 𝘣 equal parts; understand a fraction 𝘢/𝑏 as the quantity formed by 𝘢 parts of size 1/𝘣.
Tell and write time to the nearest minute and measure time intervals in minutes. Solve word problems involving addition and subtraction of time intervals in minutes, e.g., by representing the problem on a number line diagram.
Draw a scaled picture graph and a scaled bar graph to represent a data set with several categories. Solve one- and two-step “how many more” and “how many less” problems using information presented in scaled bar graphs. For example, draw a bar graph in which each square in the bar graph might represent 5 pets.
Use place value understanding to round whole numbers to the nearest 10 or 100.