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#### How Much Does Smoking Really Cost?

Following a brief survey about tobacco, scholars examine a fact sheet to answer questions about the substance. A practice page challenges the class to determine the cost of the habit using money math. Pupils discuss their findings...

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#### Planning a Party with Newspaper Ads

It's party time! Mathematicians plan a get-together of three to 18 people while sticking to a budget. Scholars browse grocery store ads and perform addition and multiplication to decide what food they'll serve at their imaginary...

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#### How Much Can I Spend?

Mathematicians use restaurant menus to boost their adding and subtracting of decimals skills. The class solves and discusses a practice equation. Pairs complete a worksheet—addition or subtraction—in preparation for the activity in which...

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#### Adding Coins to Make a Dollar

A centers-based lesson challenges mathematicians to count coins to make one dollar. Rotating through four stations, scholars complete a worksheet, work with real or play money to find several coin combinations, check for understanding...

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#### Simple Interest

Mathematicians manipulate a mountain of money to solve six questions about simple interest. Question types include several multiple-choice and one discussion.

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#### Problem Solving Plan, Estimation with Decimals: Shopping

Mathematicians go on a virtual shopping trip in an interactive designed to boost the concept of estimation. Scholars read and answer five questions—multiple-choice, true or false, and a discussion—with help from a drag-and-drop shopping...

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#### Percent of Change: The Pizza Conundrum

Nine questions—multiple choice and fill in the blank—challenge mathematicians to solve money word problems. Looking closely at prices, scholars use a formula to identify percent increases and decreases based on an original and new price....

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#### Prices Involving Discounts: Save Money with Coupons!

Nine questions make up an interactive that challenges scholars to identify new prices after discounts. Question types include fill in the blank and multiple choice. A fully-functional tool assists participants in solving word problems....

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#### Class Café Activity

Food's up! Elementary mathematicians role play as customers and servers at a pretend restaurant. They order from a menu, work to stay within a budget, and make change using basic money math skills.

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#### Prices Involving Sales Tax: Proper Tipping

A five-question interactive challenges mathematicians to find a correct tip and total amount using percents five, 12, and 18. A tool with moveable pieces assists participants in locating answers. Types of questions include...

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#### Smart Money

Watch the money grow daily. Scholars tackle a problem to determine how much money they will have if a dollar grows at 10 percent compounded daily after a month. Using that knowledge, learners notice the difference between varying savings...

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#### Whole Number Division: Repaying Money

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...

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#### Summertopia

What if the unit of money changes tomorrow? Would you be prepared? Learners calculate currency conversions using fictional units of money. The fictional unit's base is 60 rather than 100, which can connect to time or even degrees.

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#### Extended Performance Task: Tile Floors

Mathematicians help tile a bathroom and create a layout using graph paper and their knowledge of area in an assessment designed with several performance tasks that build upon one another.

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#### Extended Performance Task Working with Money

Take a thorough look into your scholars' proficiency in working with money with an assessment that challenges young mathematicians to add, subtract, count, and compare.

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#### Fractions, Decimals, and Money

An assessment delivers a comprehensive look into scholars' knowledge of fractions, decimals, and money with the help of one performance task separated into four parts.

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#### What is 23 ÷ 5?

Twenty-three divided by five can have a different value depending on the unit of measurement being asked. Learners problem solve 23 divided by 5 in a series of five word problems.

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#### Ten $10s Make $100

If ten $10s make $100, then how much money do twenty $10s make? Young bankers find the number of bills required to make base ten amounts in three different word problems.

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#### Saving Money 1

How many days will it take Louis to save enough money for school supplies and new pair of shoes? Focus on Common Core math standards with a two-part task that involves a word problem and counting manipulatives.

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#### Division of Decimals by Whole Numbers: Lemonade Stand

After a full day of selling lemonade, three friends split the cost of the profit money. If the total profit was $34.20, how much will each friend get?

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#### Saving Money 2

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.

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#### Jamir's Penny Jar

Before you start counting the coins in Jamir's coin jar, figure out which coin to start with. Should it be the penny or the quarter? Why? This is the focus around a activity that works well as an assessment on counting money and...

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#### Coins!

A barber shop quartette sings a jolly song about coins. Each singer—dressed as coin—describes its name, value, and the president featured.

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#### Cinco de Mayo Shopping Spree

Add a festive flair to math instruction on Cinco de Mayo with a worksheet designed to reinforce division, finding unit prices, and solving word problems.