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This is great for an early childhood special education classroom. It is simple and gets kids talking and counting. Different levels for requesting items and making a receipt. For more information visit here.
Directions: Print cards on cardstock and laminate. Cut apart and place flour, sugar and baking soda on containers. Place other price cards on items. Baker signs can be put on a lanyard and students can write their name on it. Bakery sign cut bottom off. Open and Closed sign fold in half and laminate. Can place ribbon through bakery and open/closed sign.
What would you like? Students can check off what items they would like.
Receipts: 3 different ways to use. Students can tally the cost or add velcro to p. 10 or 11 and students put the items that were purchased on the page or in the ten frame. and then count the items up. Students can write the number or velcro the number on.
I want picture prompt…students will pick the number and item of what they want and show or if they can repeat the sentence to the baker. P. 15 can be used with p. 11-12 receipt. Students will put the items they want in the grid and the baker can take those and place them on the receipt to make for easy counting.