Practice paying for snacks with real pictures of high interest items. Includes 30 snack items of varying prices ($0.25 to $5.00) and pictures of fronts and backs of dollar bills and quarters. As a bonus – I added the written names of each snack item. I can’t resist an opportunity to expose my students to print and expand their vocabulary!
In my classroom, I laminated envelopes, then cut them in half. My students then pick an item, the matching vocabulary word and find the right amount of money to “buy” the item. We also use this an opportunity to build receptive and expressive language skills. I ask a LOT of personal preference and identifying questions.
Money, coins, counting, snacks, personal preference, task box, speech therapy, math, transition