# Open-Ended Math Questions - Money

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Open-Ended Math – Money (With American and Canadian coins)

I created this resource because I wanted a bank of open-ended questions. I like giving open-ended questions because it reveals students’ thought processes. They can approach problems in their own way. You can differentiate for all of the needs in your class and many students will have success. I also love that I can challenge my fast finishers to come up with several solutions while the rest work at their slower pace and provide one or a couple examples.

This package includes:

• 16 questions
• Colored graphics
• 4 different cards on a page
• Print on cardstock and laminating
I use these for small groups. I provide blank paper and students choose manipulatives, if required, to work on the problem.

MATH JOURNAL PAGES
• 30 questions
• Black and white graphics (Ink friendly!)
• 2 to a page
• There is a math notebook page for each task card
• Most of the math notebook pages have a customizable version

For example:
- Regular version: I have 5 coins. How much money could I have?
- Customizable version: I have _____ coins. How much money could I have?
I use these when I want to students to work on problems individually. I like using the customizable versions so that they aren’t tempted to copy each other!

COIN PAGES
• American penny, nickel, dime, quarter
• Canadian penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie, toonie

RUBRIC
• Generic
• Editable
• Choose from 1 or 2 per page

REFERENCE CHART
• I Can statements
• Choose from 1, 2, or 3 per page

This product is part of a Bundle of Open-Ended Math Questions.

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Thanks for looking!

Nicole Brown
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