Students play the role of the cashier in restaurants and businesses. As customers give them money (the pre-made scenario), students determine how much change they will give the customer and then will draw a picture of the change that they give back. On the final four problems, students will create their own scenarios and will be expected to solve them. Students could also trade papers with another student and solve that other student's created Money Exchange problems.
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