# Money 3: LIFE SKILLS MATH GOOGLE SLIDES-Counting, Spending, Shopping Word Problems

Money 3: LIFE SKILLS MATH GOOGLE SLIDES-Counting, Spending, Shopping Word Problems

* Coins & Dollars Practice * Counting Money * Spending Money * Going Shopping * 'Real-life' Math Word Problems * Three Ways of Showing an Amount - words, decimals, cents * Equivalent Amounts *

Your students will love this fun and practical collection of colorful Google Slides activities! Designed to provide an introduction to the basic concepts of money, these step-by-step lessons are sure to improve students' money skills as they practice adding money, matching coins to prices, writing amounts of money in three different ways, and 'shopping' then 'buying' items. In addition students get tons of realistic practice solving fun and practical math word problems. Check out the Product Preview to see TONS of sample slides. This is Part 3 of the 3-part sequential Beginning Money series.

MORE DETAILS:

Beginning reading skills, fine-motor skills, and early keyboarding skills get a workout too, as students read and follow simple directions, then complete the various math activities.

REALISTIC COINS:

The coin images on each page are very realistic, and include both the old and newer versions of each coin. These realistic activities are suitable for students of all ages.

Don't miss this terrific introduction to an essential life skill!

If you've been looking for a way to integrate technology into your classroom, 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! Simply download these ready-to-use Google Slides to your Google Drive and assign them to your students. You can watch them work on the activities in real-time or review them at a later time.

Skills Covered:

- Recognizing Coins

- Learning Coin Values

- Counting Money

- Greater Than / Less Than

- Equivalent Amounts

- Beginning Shopping Practice

- Writing Amounts Three Ways: Words, Decimals, & Cents

- Math Word Problems

- Following Directions

- Fine-Motor Skills

- Keyboarding Skills