This worksheet will help students learn how to estimate prices, find the actual price of an item, and subtract those two prices. This worksheet should be used with a store circular or some type of store ad. You can have students pick the items or type in the item name before you print out the worksheet.
First, have students estimate the price of the item. Then, have students look for that item in the store circular and write down the actual price. Last, students will find the difference between the estimated price and the actual price, with or without a calculator.
I used this worksheet to play the Price is Right with common items from a Meijer store circular. We all estimated the price, then found the actual price, and found out who was the closest in the class.
Thanks for looking!