# Do you have enough money? Money Math Task Cards for special education

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1. Included in this product are 4 Money Math Task Cards: Do You Have Enough? level 1 - Counting up to 5 single bills and choosing if you have enough money Do You Have Enough? level 2 - Look at a bill (\$1, \$5, \$10, or \$20) and decide if there is enough money Dollar Over - Count the dollars you need to
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This set of 40 task cards asks the student, do you have enough money? Students need to count how many dollars are on the card and then look at the price. Do they have enough? They will then answer yes or no by circling, using a clothespin, verbally with a staff member, or another creative way you might come up with! :)

I didn't want students to memorize a price and know if it was enough or not, so the same price shows up twice in all task cards - one time with enough money and the other time without.

UPDATED 2018: Cover picture looks a little different than current task cards, see thumbnail images for examples of cards.

Get the digital interactive version here!

I have also included a sample IEP goal and a data sheet to help to track progress on this skill.

Enjoy!!

Check out my other Money Task Cards:

Do You Have Enough Money? level 2 - Look at a bill (\$1, \$5, \$10, or \$20) and decide if there is enough money

Dollar Over - Count the dollars needed to make a purchase

Which One is Worth More? - Find the bill that is worth more

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