I wanted a fun way for my students to practice subtracting and using a map key, so I let them design theme parks! I had some students who needed to practice subtracting multiples of 10 and others who were ready for two-digit subtraction so this product is differentiated to include both. Students will be purchasing items, such as rides, games, prizes to give away, food stands, and shops, to put in their theme park and they will have to calculate their costs. They cannot spend more than the allotted amount, so they will have to choose carefully. After making and calculating their purchases, students will create a map of their theme park. The map key is already on the map and students will use the key to create the map.
• 3 different planning sheets (one that starts students at $100, one that starts students at $99, and one that allows the teacher to write in the starting amount)
• 2 different cost sheets (one with multiples of ten and another with two-digit prices)
• 1 mapping sheet with key