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I created this project to give kids an idea of how much things cost and how hard their parents work to provide for them. The idea is this. Each student is given a family with a designated number of children, a profession ranging from a movie theater concession stand worker making minimum wage to a
A comprehensive expense workbook specifically for daycare providers!Monthly WorksheetsInput your business expenses for each month, not only into the corresponding Schedule C category (with added categories that make sense for child care providers), but choose whether to put it into a Time/Space colu
Looking for a real life income and expense tracking practice? These 24 task cards use scenarios that students may come across in their every day lives to make this activity more meaningful as they learn to record expenses on the checkbook recording sheet.Included:24 Colored Task Cards24 Black and W
Tons of resources to teach Fixed and Variable Expenses!! This set includes: - Two 8.5x11 posters for Fixed Expenses and Variable Expenses - Foldable - Fixed and Variable Expense Sort - Two REAL LIFE scenarios that have students sorting fixed expenses from variable expenses, solving for expense to
Your students will have a great time practicing and sorting real-world Fixed and Variable Expenses using this sorting game!This game includes: - 12 different examples of Fixed Expenses - 12 different examples of Variable Expenses - Sorting Chart - Answer Key
EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO HELP STUDENTS LEARN ALL ABOUT FINANCIAL LITERACY!Imagine a classroom where the learning is owned by the students, data from purposeful assessment drives the instruction, and activities are meaningful and fun! This is the classroom every teacher wants, but let’s face it- who ha
Students will need to identifying whether an expense is FIXED or VARIABLE. This is a great way to introduce fixed and variable expenses and or to check to see if students really have a good understanding between the two. Use them with your small groups, use them work for math centers, use them as
How to find PROFIT: Income - Expenses = Profit This “food truck” project, which was sparked by Mr. Cory’s Cookies. Cory, who is the same age as my students (9 years old), is the owner of his own cookie business. I showed a snippet of his video as inspiration and introduced this new project. (http:/
This mixture of task cards is perfect for centers, independent practice, small group work, or just as a spiral review game. Simply print, laminate, cut, shuffle, and you’re ready to go! Recording sheet for students provided as well as an answer key for teacher quick check or student self-check. Inc
Are you in need of more authentic questions and practice for your students with the new math TEKS? This product includes 4 pages of questions (with answer sheets for each) that challenge students to critically think about the differences in fixed and variable expenses through real world examples.
This bundle covers the Texas Teks 4.10A and 4.10B. Multiple activities cover variable vs fixed expenses and calculating profit. What's Included: 1. K W L Chart (What to students know about money) 2. Financial Literacy Word Wall Vocabulary 3. Financial Literacy Vocabulary Quiz and Answer Key 4. V
This activity is a wonderful way of allowing kids to balance a simple budget in a hands-on rigorous way! Activity comes with a recording sheet, teacher instructions, 16 Job Cards- with hourly wage, and 24 Expense Cards. Jobs and Expenses are kid friendly and allow students the ability to relate to
This Google Slides activity helps students learn about fixed and variable expenses. In this activity, students will look at real-world photographs showing different expenses adults encounter throughout their lives. They decide whether the description indicates a fixed expense or a variable expense.
Two five-question quizzes designed to assess student mastery of Texas math TEKS 4.10A: distinguish between fixed and variable expenses. These are high-quality, perfectly aligned, and formatted like the STAAR test! Aligned to NEW Texas math standards. Perfect for teaching the new personal financial
Looking for some resources to help you teach the Personal Financial Literacy standards? Your students will learn the difference between fixed and variable expenses and sort examples of each type of expense. This activity also includes a 48 cards, student directions poster, recording sheet, answe
TEK 4.10A Fixed and Variable Expenses Entire Lesson:This is all you need!!! Included: objective with I can statement, vocabulary, examples, cut and sort activities, word problems, exit ticket. All you need to teach this lesson. Have Fun!!!!
This activity presents students with a personal budget and a family budget, and then has the students answering 6 questions based on each budget. Topics: Variable expenses Fixed expenses Monthly family budget Individual budget Percentage of each expense compared to budget Sample question: What perc
Do you teach online and are looking to stay organized with your finances? This spreadsheet helps you focus on your teaching without worrying about where your money is going. Just enter your monthly income and expense transactions using a tailor made list of online teaching categories to easily tr
This unit can be used in a whole group setting to introduce fixed and variable expenses as well as in a math station or in a small group setting for intervention. Included: 4 Problem business situations that students need to analyse to find the fixed and variable expenses. Then they will need to p
This resource can be used for teaching fixed and variable expenses. It is aligned with 4th grade TEKS and is specifically designed for teaching 4.10A math TEKS! Included in this Resource: 24 math task cards 2 easy grader worksheets (for pre- and post-testing) Google slide link to all task cards (fo
This product is a fun resource to use in your Financial Literacy Unit. I have designed two different ways for you to use this resource, a board game and a card sort. Includes: - Game board (to play as a board game) - Sorting Mat (to use as a card sort) - 24 game cards - Easy to understand Instru
I used this activity to introduce my students to examples of Fixed and Variable Expenses, as part of our Economics unit. Students worked in pairs, and each pair got one laminated sheet. They wrote their answers on the sheet in dry-erase marker. When they were finished and we went over the answers
Don't use cheap words like sad, happy and mad- make them expensive by using synonyms! This product provides different learning materials to help students use the concept of money as a motivator to improve and mature the words they use.Included activities are:- “How expensive are your words?” poster
Do you need a great way for your student to practice calculating profit and expenses? This go fish game has different levels of cards so all students can engage in practicing the skill at their level. Great for differentiation! In this game students complete mental math (they can also use paper if n

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