This worksheet is part of an activity that is done during community trips. Students fill out the first two columns while at a store, then fill out the rest of the worksheet as part of a math activity.
First, while in the community, students find items that belong in the categories. These categories can be changed depending on the store. Then, students find the price of that item and write it down. Once back in the classroom, ask students to pretend they are going to throw a party. Students then write the number of that item that they would need to buy for the party. Then, students calculate how much the total price would be if they bought that number of the item. Finally, students add up all of the total costs in order to find the grand total.
This worksheet can easily be changed to fit your classroom. I used this worksheet when my students took a trip to Target. I used the categories listed on the worksheet, but those can be changed before printing out the worksheet. We were working on finding the cost of multiples of the same item and adding prices together.
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