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A YEAR of Third Grade Homework Menus & Printables SUPER BUNDLE
The ultimate 3rd grade homework on autopilot solution! A flexible system you can use for the entire school year with differentiated homework menus and corresponding printables! Save by buying in a bundle. You can use this pack to differentiate homework for your whole class, or as monthly enrichment
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Real-World Budgeting & Finance: A Personal Financial Literacy Project
This project is perfect to get your students engaged in your personal financial literacy unit! Often, the concepts in this unit are beyond the scope of imagination for our kiddos. This unit keeps them interested and engaged, all while teaching them about taxes, budgeting, and balancing an account.
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FACS grilled cheese competition powerpoint with QR codes!
This powerpoint is designed for a Grilled Cheese Competition in a middle school Family and Consumer Science classroom. What a fun way to wrap up a Cheese and Dairy unit! All you will need are some creative students, teacher judges, and your groceries. You will want to give specifics on what you w
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Making a Budget Gr7-9 Math:Decimals,Percents,Estimating,Rounding,Money
How to budget money is a skill that many students have never been taught and therefore many adults lack. This package contains 2 parts: Creating a Grocery Budget and a Monthly Budget for all Bills. These challenges (as I like to call them) require students Grades 7-9 (or higher) to plan for a mont
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Third Grade Homework February | 35+ NO PREP Printables & Editable Homework Menu
Homework for the entire month of February is DONE with this flexible homework menu/choice board structure and NO PREP printables. The third grade February Homework Menu Pack contains differentiated work that fosters choice and builds upon students' strengths. 35+ print-and-go assignments can be used

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Extreme Life Skills Comparison Shopping: Meals & Snacks Bundle
This no-prep activity bundle is perfect for cross-curricular empowerment, ages 10 and up. By pricing groceries commonly available even in food deserts and low-income communities, this activity helps children and adults learn they have an opportunity maximize their food stamps and/or grocery budget!S
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Tortilla Flat Poverty Exercise
Live Like a Paisano! Using John Steinbeck's Tortilla Flat as inspiration, I have created a worksheet for students to understand the implication of poverty and what it would mean to them to live with the type of limited funds the guys in Tortilla Flat did. Students will use easy math to figure gro
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Extreme Life Skills Comparison Shopping: Dinner Edition
This activity is perfect for cross-curricular empowerment, ages 10 and up. By pricing groceries commonly available even in food deserts and low-income communities, this activity helps children and adults learn they have an opportunity maximize their food stamps and/or grocery budget!Scholars will wo

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Extreme Life Skills Comparison Shopping: Lunch Edition
This activity is perfect for cross-curricular empowerment, ages 10 and up. By pricing groceries commonly available even in food deserts and low-income communities, this activity helps children and adults learn they have an opportunity maximize their food stamps and/or grocery budget! Scholars will

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Extreme Life Skills Comparison Shopping: Snack Edition
This activity is perfect for cross-curricular empowerment, ages 10 and up. By pricing groceries commonly available even in food deserts and low-income communities, this activity helps children and adults learn they have an opportunity maximize their food stamps and/or grocery budget! Scholars will

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Adding, Subtracting, and Multiplying Decimals: Real Life Grocery Game
Math centers made easy! Practice adding, subtracting, and multiplying decimals as students learn how to be a "Grown Up" and buy groceries on a budget. With one download you can practice three math standards cutting down on teacher prep and increasing engagement in the classroom! This is a pre- mad
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Extreme Life Skills Comparison Shopping: Breakfast Edition
groceries commonly available even in food deserts and low-income communities, this activity helps children and adults learn they have an opportunity maximize their food stamps and/or grocery budget! Scholars will work alone, in pairs, or in small groups, to identify store brand and name brand price

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Meal menu
This has helped with a few different aspects at my daycare. - Helps parents know what their children will be having for each day. -Helps with your grocery budget list and planning meals out for the week. - Some things can be made the night before and will save time during your business hours. - D
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50 Ways for Parents to Help Kids Learn Math!
These 50 WAYS use practical, logical, simple, inexpensive ways you can reinforce math, whether that's helping you balance the checkbook, preparing a grocery budget, counting calories, measuring for a new carpet, and more! These methods especially focus on problem areas kids seem to have because they
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Financial Literacy - Balancing a Budget
** Updated 2018 and includes a DIGITAL version! ** Financial Literacy - Balancing a Budget: An Adding and Subtracting Whole Numbers activity! This is a great project based learning idea! This can be printed and used as a hands-on activity. There is also a DIGITAL version that can be used on Goog
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Grocery Store Budgeting Unit for Special Education
Practice money and budgeting skills with this 143 page unit for special education. This unit includes three differentiated levels with worksheets, task cards, and materials for simulation in the classroom. Students practice locating items & item prices, determining if they have enough money, ad
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Life Skills Reading, Math, and Grocery Shopping: ULTIMATE BUNDLE
Life Skills Reading, Math, and Grocery Shopping: ULTIMATE BUNDLE ** If you purchased this before, please download it again to get a SIXTH grocery shopping grocery themed file for FREE! ** One of the most important skills life skills students need to master is the art of grocery shopping. I have de
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Middle School Economics Bundle: Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings!
Middle School Economics. When I first started teaching I remember thinking, “How am I going to get kids excited about economics?” Then it hit me – make it about them! Included in this bundle are five activities I’ve done with my middle school students that are a hit every time. I hope you find t
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Life Skills Reading, Math and Grocery Shopping: Using a Grocery Ad
Life Skills | Reading | Math | Writing | Grocery Shopping | Grocery Ad | I am *so* excited to offer you this download because I know it can be such an easy boost for any life skills classroom! Bring the real world into your teaching by teaching kids how to use grocery ads in a meaningful and fun wa

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Monthly Budget Project Student Packet
This is a packet that walks the students through my webquest found on www.mathbudget.weebly.com. In this webquest, students will budget their lives for a month. They will use the links to: Pick a job (research the amount of schooling needed), then figure yearly salary and monthly paycheck. Pick
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Jobs, Life, and Budgeting - A short unit on real life economics
The ultimate goal of common core standards is to prepare students for the work force. "Jobs, Life, and Budgeting" is a chance to teach kids how the real world works. Students will have a chance to learn that making money does not always mean keeping money. With taxes, unforeseen circumstances, hou
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Grocery Shopping - Life Skills - Special Education - Calculating Prices - Math
Life Skills | Grocery Shopping | Special Education | Real World Math | After recently giving my students a grocery ad and providing them with a budget to shop, I was astonished to see how many of them did not get the concept of buying multiple items. Many students see the price tag and assume it au

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Grocery Store Flyer Task Cards- Functional Math for LIFE Skills
-------Math Task Cards for Grocery Store Flyers!------- Working on money skills but want more meaningful activities in your classroom? This one is just for you! Academic, Functional, and FUN! Flyer Task Cards are great for making math meaningful and fun at the same time. Included in this printab
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Middle School Economics Bundle: Budgeting, Check Writing, & Career Research
Middle School Economics. Think your students know how much money it costs to have the things they have at home? If you teach Economics at the middle level or high school level then these activities really open the eyes of your students to the reality of budgeting their money, balancing a checking
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