-------Planning A Party-A Math Activity with Whole Numbers for Students with Autism or Early Elementary.
Makes the perfect Math Center!------
Planning a Party
provides students with the perfect high-interest math center! Students will design an invitation as well as decide which decorations and food to have from the picture supported 2-page catalog. Also comes with real dollar bills to practice 1:1 correspondence while budgeting and a spending mat as an additional visual tool!
This bundle will allow you to work with students on Social Skills with:
--> Spending Mat to Visually & Physically Spend Money
--> Page of 10 Mini Practice Dollar Bills- Print What You Need
--> Spending Worksheet
--> 2-Page Catalog with 12 Picture Supported Items to Choose From
--> Printable for Students to Design an Invitation
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