Everything you need to teach a variety of money skills, next dollar up, and coin counting skills with task cards and worksheets. These are perfect for special education classrooms. The pictures and items are all real-life items like groceries and restaurant foods so they are age-appropriate across the grades. Answer Keys and answer sheets are included for each product.
This is a bundle of 5 existing products in my store offered at a reduced price. It is a zip file, so please make sure you know how to open it if you download. This bundle includes
Money Task Cards 1: Groceries
Money Task Cards 2: Groceries
Next Dollar Up Task Cards: Money Skills [Special Education]
How Many Dollars? Task Cards: Money [Next Dollar] Skills [Special Education]
Next Dollar Up Worksheets
**The products contained in this bundle are the same ones you can buy separately in my store. Please download the preview to see the products contained.
These products are also parts of other bundles in the store, so please be sure to check which ones you are purchasing.
I developed these resources for special education teachers and families working with students who are learning basic money skills. The set was designed for middle and high school students, but would work well with younger students working on the same skills. The pictures and items are all functional items like groceries and restaurant foods so they are age-appropriate across the grades. Answer Keys and answer sheets are included for each product.
Altogether in this bundle are the following:
**36 multiple choice task cards with coins up to $1 in which the students circle the correct price for the change on the card
**36 multiple choice task cards with coins up to $2 in which the students circle the correct price for the change on the card
**18 grocery items with prices to $1 to match to the task cards and **30 grocery items with prices to $2 to match
**40 multiple choice task cards using the next dollar strategy in which students circle the price they could afford given a set number of $1 and $5 bills
**40 multiple-choice task cards using the next dollar strategy in which students circle the dollars needed to make a purchase for the price on the card. There are also 40 identical cards with the price left blank for you to add it in for students who would memorize the answers--so you can change it up.
**10 worksheets in which students write in the number of dollars needed to make a purchase of the items (with price).
For more detailed information about each product click the links above.
(c) Christine Reeve (2016) site license for one classroom.