Your students will love these fast-food-themed money task cards to practice identifying mixed bills and change totals and matching prices to fast food item price tags. Whether you teach general education students in first or second grade or you teach high school transition students in special education, these cards will work for everyone.
Which Students Are These For?
- 1st and 2nd graders working on money skills to introduce coin value and adding change
- Special education students working on life skills
- Also appropriate for secondary students in special education
- All the cards have bills and coins that are not lined up in rows but scattered as money would be.
- Differentiated cards for specific skills (See What's Included for details)
- 1 set of cards are all multiple-choice with 3 choices so that students can use dry-erase markers to circle the answer and are not required to write the answers.
- 1 set of the same cards have students write their answers in
- Response sheets (in color and black and white) also included for students who are able to write their answers on a separate sheet.
- Cards of fast food with price tags for matching prices to items.
Included in These Bundles (Save!)
- Money Tasks Galore
- Money Essentials for Special Education
Structured Work System Secondary Starter Bundle: Life Skills Kit and Tasks
- 40 multiple-choice task cards for identifying amounts using combinations of coins and bills
- 40 identical cards that require writing in the answer
- Both sets differentiated in this way:
- Cards 1-4 --$1 bill and 1 coin
- Cards 5-8 --$1 bill with 2 identical coins (e.g., 2 nickels)
- Cards 9-12 --$1 bill with 3 coins (e.g., 3 dimes)
- Cards 13-18 --$1 bill with 2 coin combinations (e.g., a nickel and a dime)
- Cards 19-24 --$1 bill with 3 coin combinations (e.g., 2 nickels and a dime or a dime, a nickel and quarter)
- Cards 25-28 --$1 bill with 4 coin combinations
- Cards 29-32 --$5, $10, or $20 single bills with 4 or 5 mixed coins
- Cards 33-40 --Combinations of 2 bills of different types with 3-4 mixed coins; card 40 has 3 bills
- Cards 41-80 are the exact same cards as those described above but without the multiple choice and just a box to write in the answer
- Cards F1-F40--- Cards with fast food menu items and prices for matching to the task cards
- Answer Keys and Answer Sheets
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