Practice adding money with this colorful menu of toys!
I made this to go along with the book, The Longest Christmas List Ever. But it certainly is not necessary!
Page 1: Students use the menu of items and prices to find out how much checkers and a deck of cards would cost. Or 3 stickers and a set of legos.
Last question asks, if you bought 3 stickers and a lego set with a $20, what would your change be?
Page 2: Gives kids practice figuring out if they "have enough money" to buy ______if they have $10, and estimating the total cost.
Example: Do you have enough for 2 Tech Decks and 2 stickers? Circle: Yes I have enough No I don’t have enough
About how much would that cost?
Also for early finishers, the possibilities are endless for other things they could work on with these items and prices.
They can find the cost of all the items....5 of an item...cost for enough items for the class...they can pick their combinations....What items they could buy to get them the closest to $10 or $15, etc.