20 Free Turkey Color by Number Thanksgiving Coloring Pages
In this article, you can find free turkey color by number Thanksgiving coloring pages for your kids for the holidays with a wide range of math activities.
20 Turkey Coloring Pages for Free to Practice
We have given 20 free interactive turkey coloring pages for the kindergarten students which are divided into 5 mathrelated activities such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Yay! I love family time and family holidays, and as much as I love summer, Fall is a great season too. But, with season changes comes weather changes, so that may mean more time indoors. If you’re looking for a Thanksgivingthemed activity to give your kids, then you’ll want to download and print these turkey coloring pages.
With the internet providing us so much more information at our fingertips, we know and can share a lot more information about Thanksgiving than what we learned as kids.
While it shouldn’t be controversial, some have made it that way. But, our complete and thorough history as Americans needs to be shared.
Thanksgiving History
People had been celebrating their bounty and harvest and giving thanks with banquets long before the actual Thanksgiving was recognized.
But, it was FDR who actually signed the bill making it a federal holiday during his tenure at President.
Setting aside time to be thankful and count your blessings is a practice that many have done for thousands of years.
Modern America has changed it a bit–making it more of a foodcentered holiday, with football and parades.
There is some dispute over whether or not the “first Thanksgiving” even actually took place. For decades, American school children have been taught that the Pilgrims and the Indians (as they were called, Native American is now more widely used) put aside their differences and celebrated a meal together after a drought year.
A proclamation by JFK acknowledged as much, but many historians dispute whether there is any real evidence of this.
Turkey at Thanksgiving
If there was a first Thanksgiving in the colonies, it is much more likely that deer was served instead of turkey.
Nevertheless, the turkey has become the centerpiece of Thanksgiving dinner.
A cookbook titled The White House Cookbook was published in 1887 and listed turkey as one of the main dishes. And, it stuck!
In fact, turkey is now so popular at Thanksgiving that many people refer to it as “Turkey Day.”
Now that you have a little history of turkeys and Thanksgiving, please enjoy these free printable turkey coloring pages.
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5 Exciting Turkey Color by Number Activities
There are five different math activities to color the turkey birds. Each activity contains the simplest math problem. Try and solve each of the given problems, and then just color. So, let’s jump to coloring some pages!
Turkey Color by Number
In this section, we will color the turkey by number.
 Just count the numbers given on each part of the pictures and color according to the color code.
 For example, if any parts contain the number 1, then go to the color code and see what color is assigned to the number 1.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Add then Color
The kids need to do the addition first, the result will be a number also. They need to color the turkey by the numbers.
 Just see the addition problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem to find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 12, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 12.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Subtract and Color
In this worksheet, you need to solve some subtraction problems to color the cutest turkeys.
 Just see the subtraction problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem to find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 5 then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 5.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Multiply to Color
In this activity, we will do some simple multiplication to color our turkey birds.
 Just see the multiplication problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem, find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 9, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 9.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Divide then Color
In this last section, we have given the division problem. Each of the divisions will result in some numbers and you need to color the turkey by the numbers.

 Just see the division problems given in each part of the image. Solve the problem, find the answer, and then go to the color code to see the specified color.
 For example, if any parts give the result 6, then go to the color code and see what color is specified for the number 6.
 Then start coloring that part with the assigned color and go to the next part for coloring.
Conclusions
So, this is our turkey color by number worksheet. These worksheets offer numerous math operations and following the result the kids need to color the turkey. These free printable worksheets will grow the basic number sense among the kindergarten students. Please, download these interactive PDFs and give them to the students for practice.
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