In today’s classrooms, it’s the norm to have students on many different instructional levels. This activity bundle has so many uses for all students in your classroom:Identifying Food WordsAdding Multiple Items TogetherWord ProblemsFollowing Written DirectionsAdding DecimalsMultiplying DecimalsSubtr
Let’s go shopping! Making money real for our little learners is so important! Using a real-life context such as Coles, Woolworths or Aldi catalogue will encourage your little learners to develop their understanding of Australian money! Students create a shopping list by cutting and pasting the items
Do your students need to practice BASIC MONEY SKILLS? Then, save your valuable time and print this ready-to-use game! It is suggested that you print the game materials on heavy cardstock and laminate for durability. This game makes practicing counting money fun! It makes a great center or workstatio
This Counting Coins Pet Store shopping activity is designed for the interactive digital classroom using Google Drive (TM). Your students will practice counting coins to make various amounts up to $1.00. This activity uses pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.This activity set includes: *
Students will love 'shopping' in three different stores with this engaging and educational Canadian money activity! This product provides great ways to get your students to practice using Canadian money in authentic contexts. Use it for whole-class activities, centres, or partner-talk discussion pro
Learning to add money through grocery shopping is fun and practical! This activity comes with 3 different receipt templates, which allows for multiple levels of difficulty. It also makes for a cute money bulletin board. As the teacher, you have the ability to manually modify prices and choose whe
Use this resource with your Coles Little Shop collectables. In this PDF are 3 different price lists, designed to help you differentiate within your classroom.List 1 – Prices in Full Dollars List 2 – Prices with Dollars and Cents (to the nearest 10 cents) List 3 – Prices with Dollars and Cents (to
My students love this game because it is so much fun! I love this game because it helps my students practice counting coins. I have included two versions so that you can have students used like or mixed coins as they pretend to buy items. This game is great for whole group, small group, and center w
This is a Google Slide drag and drop activity. Students will use touch money to drag the correct amount of change to pay for each grocery item. There are 21 slides to practice on. Also try:Touch Money 101
Looking for ways to reinforce the concept of money with your students'? This product can be used with or without a QR reader and is so much FUN!Your students will work on counting the money on each card. Then they will scan the QR Codes on the matching cards using any device with camera capabiliti
This holiday-themed activity allows your students to practice adding money by pretending to buy presents for their family for the holidays. Also included, a worsheet asking 5 questions that the students must just the "ad" to solve.
Answer key included.
Fun Money Math Activity for Thanksgiving:This is a Google Slides drag and drop activity. Students go on a virtual field trip to the grocery store to buy groceries needed to make pumpkin pies. Students will shop and practice paying for each item by dragging dollar bills and 5 dollar bills to show the
Doesn't everyone like to be handed money and then go shopping with it? Send the class on a shopping trip! There are two different shops, a diner and a bank.This is a complete, fun, fully reproducible and very involved lesson all rolled into one 27 page packet. Based around math centers, it is a mone
The toy shop is a money activity pack aimed at K children and up.
It will encourage recognising amounts, adding amounts, working out change, solving problems and game playing. You can also use the resources for role-playing shops! The activities can be used with groups or left in your math centers.
This resource is part of a huge growing 1st grade math bundle. Click here to save big!1st Grade Math Growing Seesaw BundleDon't forget to follow me for new products, updates, sales, and freebies! :)Follow Me!Time to go shopping! There are 4 different stores for students to go shopping at: 1. Hardwar
This money pack includes several differentiated activities to use during a money unit! These activities could be used during whole group teaching, small groups, or in math stations/centers.
-2 estimating activities
-6 meal planning/shopping activities (differentiated)
-2 making chan
This is a Google Slides drag and drop activity. Students are taken to a swim shop and practice paying for items up to $20.00 using the next dollar up method. There are 27 slides.Students must stay in EDIT MODE to complete this activity. To challenge students, have them pay with larger bills and tel
The toy shop is a money activity pack to encourage recognising amounts, adding amounts, working out change, solving problems and game playing. You can also use the resources for role-playing shops! The activities can be used with groups or left in your math centers.
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I made this cute Christmas activity to help my kids practice making different amounts, in a variety of ways. The kiddos pick a festive item they want to purchase/buy, then they show the coins (either writing Q/D/N/P or 25/10/5/1), and do so in 2 different ways. A big aspect when I teach money is u
Use this resource with your Coles Little Shop collectables. In this PDF are 3 different price lists, designed to help you differentiate within your classroom. List 1 – Prices in Full DollarsList 2 – Prices with Dollars and Cents (to the nearest 10 cents) List 3 – Prices with Dollars and Cents (to th
What child DOESN’T want to be a pretend cashier with a real price “scanner?”
Pet Shop Prices challenges kids to accurately add money amounts to 2, 3, and 4 digits using a fun pet store price list. Better still, it has them use an iTouch, smartphone, or iPad with camera to check their totals using
A fun and engaging activity, sure to grab the attention of your students!Given the scenario of winning the lottery and a list of realistically priced lavish items, students get the opportunity to "go shopping." This activity requires students to determine how much items will cost, if they have enoug
Included in this resource are:- a mini-shop catalogue (I printed these 2 to a page, back to back to create a catalogue)- price tags for your own class shop - grocery list options for your class shop in colour and black and white.- worksheets for recognising coins, matching coin values and adding val