life skills! In each of the lessons in this learning unit, students
are presented with a graphic illustration of a storefront window
display. The drawings feature various items and their prices. It's just
like window shopping!
Example: The ACME camera in the display case shows a selling price of $37.50. The film runs $3.60 a roll. If you buy the camera and two rolls of film, how much would you spend?
The exercises ask a variety of addition, subtraction, and multiplication questions and provide a fun and practical way to improve math skills.
life skills! The car tires at Greg's Auto Supply are displayed with a
sign that reads: Reg. Price $43.50. On sale for $37.50. Carol bought
four tires on sale. How much did she spend? How much did she save?
The lessons present students with real-life finance situations. In each lesson, students must use the information depicted in an illustration of the given shopping experience to find information as they decide whether to add, subtract, multiply, or divide to solve the various accompanying math problems. Simple fractions and percent computations are also required. These exercises help students enhance their comprehension and logical thinking abilities as well as making orderly decisions.
This bundles includes Shopping Around Town and Shopping Mall Math.
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- Model: EREM 2019JDGC