Student looks at two bills and determines which one is worth more money. Both the fronts and backs of bills are used. An important life skill to have. This is a set of 36 task cards.
Students can answer yes or no by circling, using a clothespin, verbally with a staff member, or another creative way you might come up with! :) These can be used during direct instruction, independent work, TEACCH, and other ways throughout your classroom!
Also included is a sample IEP goal, data sheet, and percentage cheat sheet to help you track data.
Check out my other Money Task Cards:
Do You Have Enough? level 1
- Count up to $5 and decide if you have enough money
Do You Have Enough? level 2
- Look at 1 bill ($1, $5, $10, or $20) and decide if you have enough money
- Count the dollars needed to make a purchase
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