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This set of 30 worksheets works on knowing how much money items cost and paying using the next dollar method. There are two levels, the first 15 worksheets have whole numbers and the student then colors in the exact number of dollar indicated on
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This budgeting resource contains 50 pages to help you teach this skill in your classroom! A teaching poster is included, as well as individual student cards to help them practice this skill, and of course, over 40 leveled worksheets as
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Included in this product are 4 Money Math Task Cards: Do You Have Enough? level 1 - Counting up to 5 single bills and choosing if you have enough money Do You Have Enough? level 2 - Look at a bill (\$1, \$5, \$10, or \$20) and decide if there is enough
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This set of 24 task cards asks the student, do you have enough money? Students need to count how many dollars are on the card and then look at the price. Do they have enough? They will then answer yes or no by circling, using a clothespin, verbally
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Included in this packet is materials to make the 8 following file folders to help with teaching money identification for \$1, \$5, \$10, and \$20 bills. Great for early childhood or special education! Identification folders– light green: Identifying a
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This UNO-like game works on matching coins to same coins (front and back) as well as their written amount (\$0.01, \$0.05, \$0.10, \$0.25 plus 1¢, 5¢, 10¢, and 25¢). Money amount cards: front of coins, back of coins (included 8 different quarter
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This pack of 78 worksheets plus 4 money posters is great for your early learners or special education students who are working on identifying bills! Worksheets come with visual directions for non-readers and are differentiated to meet the needs of
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These 32 task cards practice the dollar over or next dollar skill. When using the dollar over method, students first count the number before the decimal point and then add one dollar for the change. This set of 32 task cards include counting to
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This set of 30 worksheets works on knowing how much money items cost and paying with the correct amount (or more than enough when you don't have exact change). There are two levels, the first 15 worksheets (5 worksheets with each bill, \$5, \$10, and
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This UNO-like game works on matching bills to same bills as well as their written amount (\$1, \$5, \$10, \$20). Money amount cards: front of bills, back of bills, money amount. Special cards: wild with colors, wild with dollars, wild with draw 4, draw
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Included in this packet is materials to make the 11 following file folders to help with teaching money identification for US coins. Great for early childhood or special education! Identifying Coins Folders– light gray: Identifying a certain coin
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This set of 24 task cards asks the student, do you have enough money? Students need to look at the bill on the card (either a \$1, \$5, \$10, or \$20) and then look at the price. Do they have enough? They will then answer yes or no by circling, using a
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59 ratings
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This resource includes 10 leveled dollar over (also known as "next dollar", "dollar up", and even just "rounding up") and change back worksheets that will generate NEW numbers every time you open it, therefore giving you unlimited worksheets to use
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58 ratings
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This pack of 78 worksheets plus 4 money posters is great for your early learners or special education students who are working on identifying coins! Worksheets come with visual directions for non-readers and are differentiated to meet the needs of
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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,
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Knowing how and when to tip is an important part of community education. I hope these resources will be helpful in your classroom like they have been in mine! Worksheets include visuals to help non-readers. Tip charts include a front and a back
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This CANADIAN money UNO-like game works on matching dollars to same dollars as well as their written amount (\$1, \$2, \$5, \$10, \$20). Money amount cards: front of coins/bills, back of coins/bills, written money amount. Special cards: wild with
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I've compiled some of my favorite money worksheets to share with you guys in this freebie! These are samples from the following worksheet sets: Money (Bills) Identification and Value Pack Next Dollar Color-In Worksheets \$5, \$10, and \$20 Color-In
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

I'm a teacher in a multi-needs functional high school classroom. My students have a range of low incidence abilities and function anywhere between a PreK to 3rd grade level. I love teaching and creating materials - and then being able to share my ideas with teachers like you! Read more about my classroom on my blog - Breezy Special Ed Blog and on my facebook page.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Every student can succeed, just in different ways. So I keep trying new things until I find what works for that student!

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

It's all in the little things. When I see something we've been working on for so long finally "click" with a student, when a behavior plan starts to show improvements with a student, when my students say hello unprompted! :)

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Graduated from Trinity Christian College in Palos Heights with a Special Education and Elementary Education BA degree.