Help teach your students how to count, add and calculate change with these activities!35 differentiated worksheets, including some word problem activities. Have fun learning about money with catalogues from supermarkets or other stores by cutting out items and learning to work out change, add items
Making Change at an Office Supplies Store!Students can practice calculating change after making a purchase.Using $1, $5, $10, and $20 dollars.Students will drag and drop the correct bills and coins!Great to support community based skills during distance learning!Slide Deck includes:30 Interactive Wo
Monsters Shopping: Making Change from Dollar and Counting Coins
The monsters are shopping, so come along and practice counting coins and making change from a dollar. Students will read story problems involving making change from a dollar. They will match cards showing the change with a dollar sign,
Welcome to The Dollar Diner! This activity pack includes 4 hands-on 2nd grade money activities to help reinforce and review money concepts, such as counting coins and making change. **NOW DISTANCE LEARNING COMPATIBLE** These math review activities are low prep and designed to meet 2nd grade standard
These 60 worksheets are designed to scaffold students learning, gradually counting money from less than $1 up to counting bills and coins up to $100. The worksheets also work on making change up to $10 in three different ways. Below is a list of the worksheets in the order in which they appear.
Classroom grocery store is a fantastic math activity! It has so many variations and can be played throughout the elementary grades!
The variations included focus on the following topics: identifying money, making change, rounding, addition, and subtraction. There are so many ways to play!
Practice counting money to $5.00 with this interactive digital math game that's ready in seconds! Includes Google Classroom and PowerPoint versions for EASY distance learning. Use this digital activity with white boards to add some NO PREP FUN to your practice or review of counting money. Your 2nd o
This is a collection of 70 Fun and Educational Money Worksheets! These money worksheets are focused around counting coins, adding money, making change, and comparing money. They are perfect for homework, classwork, and centers. No prep is involved! All you need to do is print. My students really en
How many times have you been in a store and the cashier had no idea how to figure out how much change you should get back? Registers do all the thinking for them. But what happens when the register doesn't have that function? (Yes, they do still exist.) Counting Change puts students firmly in the d
Now with updated images! Practice counting money, comparing two collections of bills and coins and making change up to $5.00 with these digital task cards! Aligns with Virginia math SOL standard 3.6.Questions include:counting a collection of bills and coins up to $5.00comparing two collections of bi
This resource includes 10 leveled dollar over (also known as "next dollar", "dollar up", and even just "rounding up") and change back worksheets that will generate NEW numbers every time you open it, therefore giving you unlimited worksheets to use all year long! This resource focuses on the functio
This is a fun and simple game that uses the tic-tac-toe format to practice making change from a given amount of money with word problems. Students will practice making change with word problems that include the least amount of change.
The only materials needed to play are a pocket chart and the pr
Ready to go digital? Drop the worksheets and give students practice with counting, comparing, and making change using bills and coins up to $5.00 with full color, realistic looking money images in Google Slides. Whether you are distance learning, homeschooling, or learning in the classroom, this act
Shopping and Adding Prices Together is a fun way to bring the store into your classroom. Big colourful pictures, large print price tags and activity sheets for practising adding and making change.
Answer sheets are provided.
Perfect for learning to add items together using decimals and dollar sig
Join our character Gerry in his hometown by the sea as he investigates the values of common US coins. Gerry buys ice cream, dill pickles, and even describes a little bit about the history of the presidents whose faces adorn US coins!
After watching the animated music video, play our printable game,
This file has 24 task cards, along with a recording sheet and answer cards. On these task cards, students are asked to count money, compare money amounts, and make change. This set matches the Virginia Math SOL 3.8 The student will determine, by counting, the value of a collection of bills and coins
This package of 56 worksheets (with answer key) is designed to scaffold students learning, gradually counting money from less than $1 up to counting bills and coins to $100. The worksheets also work on making change up to $10 in three different ways. Below is a list of the worksheets in the order
Now with Google Slides and Forms Version! This product is designed to have students calculate change based on items they may buy. Each card has a cost for a good (some cards have multiple goods) and a cash amount. Students need to find how much change they should get back. You can take this one
Australian Money – Giving Change (Year 4)Use this Australian Money – Giving Change (Year 4) pack to explore our notes and coins and give change. Check on a calculator and show the change in different denominations. This pack contains ‘I can’ statements for display in your learning spaceThinkboards
Product DescriptionMaking Change A Functional Math Activity This activity is designed to be used to work with students on the topic of making change. The activity is modeled after a cashier’s job, in that students are given a receipt and asked to provide the customer with the required change. Within
An Appetizing Approach to Learning Math Skills!From burgers to burritos, nearly everything you might order from a fast food restaurant can be found on the colorful menus included in this practical math unit. Give students an opportunity to practice using math in real-life situations. Students learn
Calculating Change at an Office Supplies Store!Students can practice calculating change after making a purchase. Using $1, $5, $10, and $20 dollars.Great to support community based skills during distance learning!Slide Deck includes:30 Interactive WorksheetsScreen is locked so students are only able
61 pages of activities for varying money abilities based around working out change from $10, $20, $50 and $100. These activities are great for maths centres or whole class lessons. Very engaging and fun!Included:Who Gets the Most Change - A game of working out change for items less than $10.A Roll o
This new resource follows the new (2020) Ontario Math - Financial Literacy -expectations for grade 3. Complement your Math instruction with this primary level Financial Literacy resource created on Google Slides™ for your Google Classroom™. This product is useful as homework, distance learning, or