With Thanksgiving around the corner, we have been really into teepees (or tipis) this week. Harrison is fascinated with the Native Americans, especially the nomadic Plains Indians who used teepees for shelter. The idea that teepees could be taken down quickly, stowed away for travel and then reassembled in a new location is amazing to him.
This week’s worksheet is great for early elementary school-aged students. It reinforces simple math facts with a mix of addition and subtraction. Once students have completed the math facts they can decode the riddle (which also serves as a great way to check their answers).
If you’re looking for more teepee fun, check out our Easy DIY Teepees made from paper, glue and toothpics.
Looking for more Thanksgiving worksheets? Try one of these:
Turkey Vowels :: Reinforce vowel recognition with our silly turkey
Thanksgiving Words :: Practice writing simple Thanksgiving words
Acorn Dot-to-Dot :: Connect the dots in a simple drawing
Leafy Patterns :: Create patterns with leaves to reinforce early math skills
Autumn Words :: Practice writing and coloring classic autumn symbols