In this resource, you will find over 40 slides of money activities (both US dollars and Canadian dollars versions are included). Most of the values stay below $25.00.
Assign a few at a time to your students depending on which skills you are working on.
Here are some of the activities that are included:
What is the total amount?
Students will add the cost of the items and choose the correct amount. (5 slides)
How much is left?
Students will figure out how much is left and represent it in two different ways. (5 slides)
Highlight the coins.
Highlight the coins that make each amount. (5 slides)
Estimate and count.
First, estimate the total of the coins shown. Then count the coins and drag the total. (5 slides)
Do you have enough?
Given the money that you have and the cost of the item, figure out if you have enough money. (5 slides)
Make the amount.
Calculate the amount and make it in a different way. (5 slides)
Which is more?
Highlight the side that shows the greatest amount. (5 slides)
How much more do you need?
Calculate the amount you already have and figure out how much more you need. (5 slides)
This digital resource is in Google Slides™️ format, making it compatible with Google Classroom™️. This resource is only intended for digital learning; there is no printable PDF version included. (The reason this listing shows a PDF is because you will download a PDF to access the digital link.)
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