Going once, going twice, sold! An auction provides class members with an opportunity to examine their attitudes toward money. After bidding on and purchasing items, individuals complete an attitude survey and then identify a goal that...
Is there a better, and more motivating, math manipulative than money? Kids love to use it, and it's a great teaching tool. Here, there are three good activities using coins. Learners create patterns, sort change, and have a...
Here's a great way to get scholars drawing out math problems. This money math worksheet gives them five coins to start with. They find as many combinations of three as they can to create different totals. Two examples are given here, and...
Solve five word problems involving money and weight. After studying the example at the top, which demonstrates how to write out the equation in a word problem, fourth graders work on adding large numbers in money and measurement. Here is...
Free Stuff for Kids
There are endless uses for printable play money in your classroom, and you'll definitely want to check out these well-designed, attractive printables to add to your bank of manipulatives.
Play this place value game with or with out the context of money. As your click-through the slides, numbers appear, learners use the numbers given to make the largest number to win. This game can be used to reinforce monetary value or...
Practical Money Skills
How do you make sure that your income doesn't disappear before you have a chance to save it? Use a creative budgeting activity to teach learners in both special education and mainstream classes how to keep track of their expenditures and...
Your teenagers are probably very good at spending money, but how good are they at managing it? Teach class members about banking, checking accounts, interest rates, car insurance, and many other relevant concepts with a series of...
Adding money is a key skill in life. Give a worksheet that requires second graders to find the total amount of money Louis needs to make certain school supply purchases.
Second graders count up coins of money that add up to one dollar. In this money lesson plan, 2nd graders also spend money and keep track of how much they have spent.
Learners study the physical presence, imagery and written text on a reproduction of colonial currency. They apply their research to a modern day quarter to compare and contrast two coins. In addition, they design their own colonial...
Balancing money and first-time roommates can feel like a daunting prospect. Support your class members in understanding how financial agreements between roommates function, as well as the underlying importance of how to communicate about...
Mathematics Assessment Project
Could you carry a million dollars in $1 bills? As a middle school assessment task, learners investigate different questions regarding a million dollars. They then determine how long it would take to make a million dollars, how many...
Mathematicians answer five word problems in an interactive practice all about repaying money using division. A calendar and moveable dollar bills aides participants in finding solutions to multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and...
You want five pigs, but you only have four bails of hay. How will you manage to get what you want? A great simulation begins this lesson with why the use of money has replaced the process of bartering. Then, after indulging in a comic...
Here is a column subtraction of money with four digits worksheet in which youngsters solve 12 problems without regrouping and eight problems with regrouping.
In this column addition worksheet, students add four digit numbers together with decimals in them that represent money. Students turn the horizontal problems into vertical problems and complete 20 of them.
Elementary schoolers subtract 3-digit numbers representing money from each other. They complete 20 subtraction problems with decimals and regrouping.
Youngsters use their knowledge of dimes, nickels, pennies, and quarters to solve addition problems using coins. They find values of coin sets and determine which coins they would use to make various total amount of money. They are...
The Chinese, Dish with the Eight Buddhist Emblems contains symbols and visual references for learners to explore. They search for Buddhist symbolism on the dish and then they use their observation skills to locate and explore the meaning...
Third graders explore the value of U.S. money. In this money lesson, 3rd graders print out pictures of money from the Internet and create play money. The students will play a game in which they display the amount of money called out by...
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