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This set of 80 task cards are perfect for all ages working on basic money skills in the classroom or in distance learning. They include coin and bill combinations and are already differentiated (see preview). Students practice money amounts from 1 bill and 1 coin to 2 bills ($1 to $20 bills) with multiple coins.
- Students choose amounts to match coin and bill combinations from a field of 3.
- Students write in the amount of coin and bill combinations.
- Students match coins and bill combination cards to fast food items with price tags. (only print available because they involve 2 cards)
- Elementary students working on understanding and counting coins and bills
- Special education students of all ages working with money skills
- Students working with independent work systems
- 40 multiple-choice task cards for identifying amounts using combinations of coins and bills
- 40 identical cards that require writing in the answer.
- 40 cards with fast food menu items and prices for matching to the task cards (4 cards overlap with the same price)
- Answer Keys and Answer Sheets
- Already differentiated –see preview for guide
- Digital and printable so they can be used no matter how you are teaching
- All the cards have bills and coins that are not lined up in rows but scattered as money would be.
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This product is copyrighted to Christine Reeve for use in one classroom or caseload. They may be uploaded onto classroom management sites that are password protected for your students only. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses.