Canadian Money Bundle

Canadian Money Bundle
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  1. The goal of this unit is for students to be able to identify all of the Canadian coins and to successfully count Canadian coins. This Canadian money unit includes: task cards, games, practice worksheets, cutting and pasting activities, and a math learning center which includes grocery store flyers a
  2. This Canadian Money Unit includes a variety of diverse activities aimed at getting students thinking about money including real life math situations as well as fun ways to practice counting money (coins as well as bills). I have included a variety of different types of activities including games, wo
  3. I created this unit in response to the new B.C. curriculum which now has financial literacy in the math content section for grades 4 and up. I do want to stress that this unit will work for any Canadian classroom, not just classrooms in BC. I also created this unit in response to the many times I ha
  4. Canadian Math Practice Stations contains three different stations for the math topics: time, Canadian money, and comparing and ordering fractions. Each topic includes its own: -Practice station which includes 3 different worksheets each containing a variety of practice questions. -Math word proble
Bundle Description
This Canadian Money bundle includes all four Canadian money themed products from The Third Grade Zoo’s store including my most recent ‘Canadian Math Stations’, ‘Financial Literacy’, and my two best selling Canadian Money resources.

Each of these resources contain a variety of different activities including: hands on activities, partner and group activities, worksheets, graphic organizers, interactive notebook templates, games, and real life math activities. The goal of the activities in these four units vary greatly; from counting money to how to budget and be debt smart. This bundle would be perfect for a Canadian teacher who is planning for the diverse needs of his or her students in the classroom, or for a Canadian teacher who is looking for more Canadian math content.

This fabulous Canadian bundle includes:

Canadian Money Unit:
The goal of this unit is for students to be able to identify all of the Canadian coins and to successfully count Canadian coins. This Canadian money unit includes: task cards, games, practice worksheets, cutting and pasting activities, and a math learning centre which includes grocery store flyers and task cards where students count coins to purchase items on the flyers and counting change back from purchases. Answer keys included.

This unit includes:
1. Canadian money poster and worksheet
2. Counting nickels worksheet
3. Counting dimes worksheet
4. Counting money worksheet #1
5. Counting money worksheet #2
6. Cut and paste activity the coins you need to buy… (Dessert edition)
7. Cut and paste activity the coins you need to buy… (Breakfast edition)
8. Money matching game
9. Counting money roll it game
10. 20 Counting coins task cards
11. Shopping at the market counting money practice centre (Including: grocery flyers, 20 task cards to use with the flyers, and practice coins).
12. I have who has? counting money game
13. Answer keys
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Canadian Money Unit:

This Canadian Money Unit includes a variety of diverse activities aimed at getting students thinking about money including real life math situations as well as fun ways to practice counting money (coins as well as bills). I have included a variety of different types of activities including games, worksheets, partner and group activities, and interactive notebook activities.

This product is different from my other Canadian Money Unit
as that unit focuses on counting coins, where this unit includes a scavenger hunt about learning Canadian money and includes counting bills (or bank notes) along with counting coins activities.

Getting to Know Canadian Money:
-Canadian Money KWL
-Canadian Bills or Bank Notes Poster
-Canadian Coins Poster
-Canadian Money Facts Scavenger Hunt
-Create Your Own Canadian Coin

Adding Canadian Money
-20 Count the Money Task Cards (Includes coin only and Adding up to $200)
-Roll with the Money Game (Includes Canadian coin dice and playing cards)
-What’s in my Change Purse Game (Includes 12 Interactive Notebook foldable
and cut out coins and bills).
-Counting Money Puzzle pieces (includes 4 counting money puzzles to put together)
-The answer is… What is the question???
-Adding Money Practice Worksheet #1
-Adding Money Practice Worksheet #2

Subtracting Canadian Money
-Subtracting from $10 Game (Including spinner and game cards)
-The Answer is… Now You Write the Question Interactive Notebook Flower
-Canadian Money Subtraction Colour by Number
-Try to Keep Your $ Board Game (includes: Game board Colour and b/w version)
-Subtracting Money Practice Sheet #1
-Subtracting Money Practice Sheet #2

Real Life Money Math
-Place These Items in Order Cutting and Pasting Exercise
-Create a Budget (includes directions and budget sheet)
-Redecorate your Bedroom with $500 (includes budget sheet and planning sheet).
-Canadian Money Word Problems

Canadian Money Math Journal
-Includes 6 Canadian Money Math Journal pages.
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Canadian Math Stations:

Canadian Math Practice Stations contains three different stations for the math topics: time, Canadian money, and comparing and ordering fractions.

Each topic includes its own:
-Practice station which includes 3 different worksheets each containing a variety of practice questions.
-Math word problem station, each math topic has 2 pages of unique math word problems. Each word problem page includes lots of room to show your work
-A math game station for each of the 3 topics which includes: 1-4 math games to help reinforce the learning of each concept.

This resource can be used in a variety of different ways, it is meant to be used for review, as extra practice, or supplementary activities.

These math topics were chosen out of the new BC curriculum for grade 4 math, but will be relevant for other provinces and territories in Canada as well. These activities can be used as review for older students or enrichment for younger students.

Table of Contents:
1. Time practice questions
-What time is it to the hour?
-What time is it to the half hour?
-What time is it to the 5 minutes?
-Draw the correct time on the clock.

2. Math math work problems
-Includes 6 time related math word problems.

3. Math games
-Includes directions for 4 different games printed on task cards,
and 16 unique playing game cards.

4. Money practice questions
-Count the money shown (coins only)
-Count the money shown (mixture coins and bills)
-Count the money shown (mixture coins and bills)

5. Money word problems
-Includes 6 Canadian money related word problems.

6. Math games
-Count the money station (show the correct amount with a clothes peg)
-Money board game (includes directions and game board)

7. Ordering and comparing fractions practice questions
-Order and Compare the fractions practice
-Glue the fractions in the correct order activity
-Which fraction is bigger interactive notebook activity

8. Math fractions word problems
-Includes 6 fractions word problems

9. Factions games
-Ordering and comparing fractions game. (includes directions and game cards)
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Financial Literacy:
I created this unit in response to the new B.C. curriculum which now has financial literacy in the math content section for grades 4 and up. I do want to stress that this unit will work for any Canadian classroom, not just classrooms in BC. I also created this unit in response to the many times I have heard criticism about schools not effectively preparing students for the transition into adulthood and real life situations such as organizing their finances.

This unit includes a variety of activities to reinforce the learning of financial literacy including: posters, games, task cards, interactive notebook activities, graphic organizers, and real life math challenges for students to research and work through.

This unit would be best suited for upper elementary or high school students, or gifted students would do well learning more about this real life topic. Thank you for purchasing, and let know in the feedback section how this unit goes for your students!

The learning goals of this unit are:
-For students to gain of understanding of financial literacy including earning, saving, and spending.
-For students to gain of understanding of wise financial decision making including knowing the difference between wants and needs.
-For students to learning about the different types of bank accounts.
-For students to began to grasp currency exchange.
-For students to gain a better understanding of debt and how to avoid it, and for students to learn the difference between good debt and bad debt, and learn strategies to climb out of debt.

Table of contents:
1. Financial literacy vocabulary words interactive notebook activity.
2. What does being smart with your money mean?
3. Being smart with your money- question task cards (includes answer key).
4. Brainstorm ways to make money interactive notebook template.
5. Brainstorm ways to save money interactive notebook template.
6. Shopping on a budget wants vs. needs.
7. Plan a field trip for your class (includes: planning page, fundraiser sheet planning sheet, and fundraiser sign up sheet).
8. Shopping on a budget challenge (includes directions and menu template for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and snack).
9. Banking (includes banks poster and types of bank accounts poster).
10. Bank account card game. (Students think about the different types of bank accounts and place pretend money in the 'best' type of bank account of the money and the goals for the money).
1. Cheques poster (includes questions).
12. Debt question page.
13. Types of debt poster.
14. Good debt vs. bad debt Venn diagram.
15. How do you climb out of debt? Graphic organizer.
16. Currency exchange activity.
17. How do people plan for retirement poster.
18. Careers in Finance.
19. Financial tip flower. Students write a financial tip for themselves for each petal of the flower.
20. Ticket out the door formative assessment activity.
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