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Adding and Subtracting Decimals Activity. This is a fun printable resource to teach addition and subtraction of decimals to your students. Your students are invited to a Decimal Dinner and are in charge of buying items at a grocery store for a dish to pass at the dinner. The students will need to ad
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Here is a fun adding and subtracting decimals grocery store activity. This is a 4-page document that is intended to be a fun way to assess your students with the basics of adding and subtracting decimals. The last page is an answer key. The opening scenario states: "You and a buddy will be shopping
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This project can be used when teaching division with decimals and money. Appropriate for Grades 5-6 ***This is similar to my other Grocery Store Division project but easier. Students will not need to compare unit prices. Students are doing 15 division problems instead of 30. This works better for 5
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When's the last time you took your own kiddos to the grocery store? Don't they want EVERYTHING? No matter the price?! Well, teach your school students about the value of money with this interactive mathematics product! INCLUDED: 48 Task Cards 6 Department Cards 1 Answer Sheet 2 Answer Keys EXAMPL
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My students have been working with decimals and I wanted to give them some real life practice. These activities are perfect to add into my Math center stations to work on adding, subtracting, and rounding decimals. There are so many different ways to use these activities. *Add Shopping List – pgs
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This activity will allow students (or pairs of students) the opportunity to choose items from a grocery ad and add up decimals or multiple items and multiply decimals trying to get closest to a spending goal. Students use real world examples to practice these skills. There is one activity for adding
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Use this Google Classroom Math Activity to master adding money skills. 2nd grade grocery store resource contains 20 no prep digital task cards with movable pieces. It is an interactive and engaging way for your students to practice 2 and 3-digit addition with regrouping and ordering decimals, while
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This activity will allow your students to use proportions in real-world situations. The recording sheet is perfect for independent practice or cooperative learning groups. The set of 8 task cards include decimals in the proportions that the students will encounter in real life. TEKS and Common Co
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"Hey, this is fun!" These are words you are certain to hear when playing Grocery Store Math Change from \$20.00. But, that's not all. Lesson plans are included for Hands-On Class Grocery Store,Coupon Madness Grocery School Extension along with task cards and key.Grocery Store Math can be used as a h
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Set includes 12 grocery items with prices on them to be cut out and laminated, student worksheet, and answer key. Students use the prices on the items to answer questions involving estimating sums, and adding money amounts.
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This activity has students bring in local grocery ads to use as they work with decimals and ratios. It is a fun and easy way to apply decimals and ratio math to real-life situations. CCSS: RP.A.1, RP.A.2, RP.A3
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Students use tracking sheets and a grocery store menu to purchase items using \$20.00. Students subtract each product's dollar amount from the previous balance to practice their vertical subtraction with regrouping.
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This is a performance task I created to go along with a decimal unit. Students use sales papers to create a shopping list. They must estimate each product and then write the exact price. After gathering their items they then estimate their cost and find the exact amount of it. For task 2 students a
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Math Market using QR codes. Each Code has corresponding pictures and when the code is scanned on an Ipad, the item name and price comes up. Also includes coupons students can use to subtract from their total if they buy the right quantity of different items, as well as receipts for showing their wor
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Use Sunday Ad Circulars!! Those vivid and real pictures give our students a great opportunity of learning real Math in life.
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Fun, interactive, real life practice! All you need is your local grocery store advertisement! Students have to estimate, add and subtract to find their total. This is a great activity to practice subtraction over 0's, regrouping and invisible 0's. Enjoy!
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This worksheet was created for students to take to the grocery store with them. The worksheet includes a list of items that the fictional character "Sarah," needs for her house. She only brought \$55 with her and students need to decide if she has enough money to buy everything she needs. This activi
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You'll need to have grocery store weekly circulars for this activity. I save the ones I get in the mail each week and bring them to school so I always have a stockpile. Students each get a grocery store flyer. They cut & paste items to fit each category. They will need to write the cost ne
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Are your students studying ratios, unit rates and comparing item costs to determine the better buy? This is a perfect resource, that also touches on review skills of adding, subtracting, multiplying and dividing with decimals. All you need is a copy of your local grocery store ad (or have your stude
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This life skills activity is meant to help your students work on their money and math skills while relating to "real life." This activity comes with differentiated levels, as well as a colored and black & white version. Money is an area that can always be built upon and strengthen and this is a
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A ratio worksheet that can be used the Grocery Store mailers that come weekly in the mail. This can be used with any type of grocery store ad that you will find for free! Another method to using this form would be to have ALL your students at a grocery store website to find the information. This
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This can be used as an assignment or an assessment. It integrates the skills of adding, multiplying, dividing, and estimating decimal terms in the context of the real world skill of grocery shopping. I developed this resource to work on independent living transition skills with my special educatio
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Students will receive a grocery ad. They will pick items from the ad, and write the price down. They will estimate the cost, and add up their estimation totals. Then, they will find the exact cost by adding decimals. Questions follow.
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I used grocery store newspaper ads and hung them around the room. I whited out some prices, like \$5 to \$4.39 to make it harder. I then timed teams to see who could get the most groceries for \$20 without going over or who could get the least groceries without going over. You can change the value a
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