If your students are using The Next Dollar Up method, these cards provide a functional way to to practice using it using real-life situations. Great for functional curricula students of all ages to meet curriculum or IEP goals.
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Money Essentials for Special Education
Next Dollar Money Skills Bundle for Special EducationStructured Work System Secondary Starter Bundle: Life Skills Kit and Tasks
This set includes
40 multiple-choice task cards
for using the next dollar up strategy.
1 set of cards (1-20)
the students determine which of 3 prices they could buy with the dollars they have. In this set, the answer is always the lowest number. I
Second set of cards (21-40)
the students choose the most expensive prices they can buy with the bills they have. So in this set there could be more than 1 answer of what they can buy, but they have to choose the most they could buy.
Cards 1-20: What can I buy?—lowest price answer
Cards 1-8: $1 to $5 with $1 bills
Cards 9-16: $6 to $9 with $1 bills
Cards 17-20: $6 to $9 with combinations of $5 and $1 bills
Cards 21-40: What’s the most expensive thing I can buy?—more complex
Cards 21-28: $1 to $5 with $1 bills
Cards 29-36: $6 to $9 with $1 bills
Cards 37-40: $6 to $9 with combinations of $5 and $1 bills
Answer Key and Answer Sheet included
The task cards (1-40) are all multiple-choice with 3 choices so that students can use dry-erase markers to circle the answer and are not required to write the answers.
For more money resources, click on the following links:
Money Task Cards 1: GroceriesMoney Task Cards 2: Groceries
How Many Dollars? Task Cards: Money [Next Dollar] Skills [Special Education]
Next Dollar Up Worksheets
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