From burgers to burritos, nearly everything you might order from a fast food restaurant can be found on the colorful menus included in these hands-on, practical math lessons. This Beginning level teaches simple addition, subtraction, and multiplication of money using picture cues in both computation AND word problem formats. And best of all, since they're Google Slides- you can give immediate feedback, review later, or use for distance learning homework.
Students solve computation and real-life word problems by referring to highly visual drive-thru menus. Determining prices, figuring food costs and making change are just a few of the skills covered. Math objectives are clearly stated on each page making it easy to focus on the skills your students need most.
These fun, easy-reading math lessons are terrific for students of all ages who need practice adding and subtracting money, looking up prices, understanding decimals, multiplying money and determining costs. Picture cues help students with limited reading skills solve these math word problems. These fun activities are designed to appeal to students of ALL ages who need essential skills practice or remediation.
Subtracting Money: (2 - 3 digit numbers - no regrouping)
Subtracting Money: (2 - 3 digit numbers - with regrouping)
Adding & Subtracting Money: (2-step problems with regrouping)
Multiplying Money: by 2,3,4,5 with regrouping
Multiplying Money: by 6,7,8,9 with regrouping
Consumer Math Skills
Benefits of Google Slides: If you've been looking for a way to integrate technology into your lessons, this is your answer. And the best part is you don't have to print, cut, laminate, or replace when you lose pieces....it's ALL DIGITAL!
How do Google Slides Work? Students read each high-interest story on a computer or iPad then answer the comprehension questions right on their copy of the slides. Teachers can see students' answers in real time, or review them later. Slides can also be printed and used as colorful classroom worksheets. You can assign a set of slides to each student, so that they have their own personal packet.
Includes:91 Colorful Google Slides (48 question pages)