Let's Go Shopping with Canadian Money using real- life scenarios Grades K-3

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$19.99 CAD

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  • Author : Venier, Lana D.

Here's everything you need to provide real-life scenarios to learn about money.

Age-appropriate activities concentrate on what is fun and interesting for young children, such as a candy store, a flea market, a trip to the beach, role-playing in a grocery store, and restaurant setting.

Your students will learn the curriculum expectations for money as well as lessons in saving, earning, spending, and fundraising.

Learning how to use and identify money is a crucial skill for students to develop. This
skill is more quickly integrated into the students’ abilities when the task is of importance to them. In this unit, students will learn how to identify money in humourous – real life situations and to spend money in contexts that are of importance and interest.

Students will enjoy the shopping scenarios and the freedom to make shopping
choices. The scenarios are based on situations that K-2 students might find themselves in or imagine themselves doing. When students are having fun and feeling engaged in their learning, acquisition is acquired at a much quicker pace and the learning connections occur at a much deeper and more valid level.

Lessons are presented in a sequential manner and assist the students in moving from
the known to the unknown. The unit commences with simple money identification and by the completion of the unit students will be working with more complex multi-step scenarios.

It is vital that the money used resemble realistic currency. This will aid greatly in the
transference of their new skills. A suggestion is to have a real sample of each coin taped to the drawn version on a bulletin board in an easily visible and accessible area for students to compare the two and touch the real coins.
So have fun and “Let’s Go Shopping!”

Includes:

  • Introduction
  • Teacher Suggestions
  • Teacher Rubric
  • Student Rubric
  • Money Identification
  • Candy Shop
  • Equivalent Sets
  • Mixed Notation
  • Making Money
  • Adding Money
  • Making Change
  • Subtracting Money
  • Shopping Scenarios
  • Fundraising Scenario
  • Class Store Poster
  • Cash Register and Piggy Bank Templates
  • Money Templates

80 pages.



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