Next Dollar (Dollar Up) Practice: Worksheets up to 100 Dollars has been designed with the intention of helping special needs students gain money sense in a fun and functional way. Students build confidence estimating (by rounding up to the nearest whole number) the correct sum to pay for their purchases. Optimized for individual instruction this lesson can be modified in a variety of ways for essential repetitious independent practice. The ability to accurately pay for a purchase is an invaluable skill your special needs students will be able to take with them their entire life.
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3 Number Charts 1- 100 (Pages 3 – 5)
- 1 Completely filled 0ut.
- 1 Partially filled out for students to complete.
- 1 Blank for students to fill out.
25 Next Dollar Practice Worksheets (Pages 4 - 28)
- 5 Level One Worksheets (Prices up to $20)
- 5 Level Two Worksheets (Prices of $20 - $50)
- 5 Level Three Worksheets (Prices of $50 - $100)
- 10 Mixed Level Worksheets (Prices up to $100)
Answer Key (Pages 31 - 32).
Preparation and Play:
Print enough worksheets for each student.
Students practice writing down next dollar equivalents on Next Dollar Practice worksheet. Number line on Next Dollar Practice worksheet and Number Charts can be used to aid students in selecting appropriate next dollar amount and counting.
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