Download the preview for a free sample of a menu and task cards. This seasonal set of task cards are used with 3 menus of varying difficulty for students to identify prices of single items and adding the cost of two items. Each card can be used with all 3 menus depending on the skill level of the student.
The full product includes 3 menus of different difficulty level, and 96 task cards including finding prices from the menus for 1 item or 2 items with and without graphic organizers for addition. Answers are typically written directly on the card but some cards have matching price cards that can be attached to the corresponding card with Velcro.
The materials are differentiated as below for the full item.
Three Menus: The menus are identical in dishes but differ in prices from easiest to more complex.
(Only Thanksgiving Café and Cards 1-12 are included in the free sample)
Thanksgiving Café: whole dollar amounts only
Harvest Haven: dollars and change in multiples of 25 (e.g., $3.25)
Pumpkin Pie Plaza: dollars and all types of change (e.g., $3.37)
All the cards can be used with each menu, lending them to 3 levels of difficulty. The answer key has answers for all 3 menus for each card.
Cards 1-24 --Finding the price of 1 item off the menu
Cards 25-48 --Adding the price of 2 items off the menu
Cards 25A-48A --These cards are the same questions as Cards 25-48 but offer a graphic organizer for writing in the two prices and then adding them together, like the example below
Cards 49-72 --Finding the price of 1 item off the menu with picture supports. These cards can also be used with the table of prices at the end of the packet to provide a price bank so that the students who cannot write their answers could Velcro the matching price to the task card itself.
Price cards for use with cards 49-72
For more money resources:
Money Task Cards 1: Groceries
Next Dollar Up Task Cards: Money Skills [Special Education]
How Many Dollars? Task Cards: Money [Next Dollar] Skills [Special Education]
Next Dollar Up Worksheets
For more ideas and uses of the cards, please see my blog at Autism Classroom News
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This product is copyrighted to Christine Reeve 2013 for use in one classroom. They may not be copied for additional classes without purchasing extra licenses. For bulk discounts, please email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.