Thanksgiving History If You Sailed on the Mayflower
Math Task Cards Grades 2-4
After examining the book by Ann McGovern, If You Sailed on the Mayflower in 1620, challenge your students with the following math tasks. While the book is enriching, it is not needed to complete these tasks. Students will examine historical aspects of The Mayflower, Plymouth Plantation and the 1st Thanksgiving while solving engaging math problems!
* 10 Cards
* 20 Questions Total
* Student Answer Document
* Teacher Answer Key
*** Please read sample problems to see if this product will be of benefit to your students! ***
* Homework Packet
* Interactive Math Journals
* Morning Work
* Math Night
* RtI (Response to Intervention)
* Work Stations
* even & odd numbers
* expanded notation
* place value
* 2nd Grade Advanced Math Student
* 3rd Grade Average Math Student
* 4th Grade Math Student Needing Remediation or Review
* Example of Less Challenging Question
Four months after landing at Plymouth, the Mayflower set sail for a return trip to England. None of the Pilgrims wanted to leave. If 2 of the months had 30 days and the other 2 had 31 days, how many days did the Mayflower stay in Plymouth?
* Example of More Challenging Problem
Samoset and Squanto were Native Americans and good friends to the Pilgrims. Using the key, what is the combined value of BOTH names?
a = 5 q = 2 e = 5 s = 15 m = 31 t = 22 n = 7 u = 3 0=10
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