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With these next dollar up money task cards, your students can learn to make purchases even when they can't make change. And they are now available for PDF, Google Slides and PowerPoint to help with distance learning. Great for life skill classes, these multiple- choice money tasks cards are perfect for practicing money skills in a functional way with the next dollar strategy.
These task cards are already differentiated by difficulty. Of the 40 task cards, 20 focus on finding what can be bought for $1 to $9 and cards 21-40 focus on determining the most expensive purchase that can be made with the set amount of money.
These task cards are great for any age of students who struggle to make change but have 1-1 correspondence. They are specifically designed for middle and high school students but would be appropriate for some elementary-aged students as well.
- These task cards are perfect for teaching next dollar skills and for students to practice their skills.
- They also are a great choice for independent work systems.
- Students can circle their answers or using a bingo marker or clothespin
- Give the students just the types of problems that they are able to practice
- 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
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