1) Big Task Cards for Little Learners -
Students will scoot through 32 enlarged task cards (only 2 task cards per page). Students will count change to find the total amount, count on to find the total of dollar bills, compare amounts of money, determine which coins match the price to buy an object, add coins in word problems, show different ways to make the same amount of money, trade coins and determine if you have enough money to buy an item. Students use the recording sheet for their answers. An answer key is also provided for the task cards.
2) Menu for Bob's Burgers & Shakes -
Menu has 23 food items for students to add different money amounts. Prices range from $1.00 to $4.40. Students will practice adding two or three items from the menu. Great for students to work together using a small cash register as well. 12 pages of printables to match the menu.
3) 4 Spinners -
Spinners will keep students engaged by adding coins, adding dollar bills or comparing amounts of money.
4) 20 Math Puzzles -
Each puzzle has 4 parts - one part shows an item with the price and the other three parts has three amounts of money, that when added together makes the total price of the item. Students who need reteaching can solve just a few puzzles mixed together. Students who need enrichment can solve more puzzle pieces. Great to use in a math center or for cooperative learning.
All activities will keep your students engaged.
Teacher's Game Plan