Task Cards: Next Dollar Up: Fast Food (Interactive Digital + Printable PDF)

$12.95 USD

Task Cards: Next Dollar Up: Fast Food (Interactive Digital + Printable PDF)

$12.95 USD
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 Want to Make Your CBI Trips More Effective?
Stop Your Students From Digging Into Their Pockets & Pulling Out Their Entire Wad of Cash Just to Pay for a Candy Bar...

 

This Set Gives Your Students the Hands-On Classroom Prep They Need to Go Out Into the Community & Pay With Confidence 

Dollar Up Task Cards AdaptEd 4 Special Ed ASD Autism Life Skills Special Day Class Math Functional Skills

Set up is so easy use instantly digitally 💻📲, or just print and laminate! 🖨️

Watch the digital task cards in action below. 🎬👀 

Included:*

👉 6 Levels of Differentiation! From errorless to write it in. We've got all of your student's levels covered. 
🕰️ Low Prep 
📋 Data Sheets (that are also EDITABLE) 
🍔 Functional Life Skill: Fast Food Themed 

192 Task Cards! 

The complete set is digital as well. 💻 All 6 sets are ready to go, and can be in your students hands in a matter of minutes! 💪

Dollar Up Task Cards AdaptEd 4 Special Ed ASD Autism Life Skills Special Day Class Math Functional Skills

Students are to place the clip on the next dollar amount. 

Increase the skill level by providing them with bills and have them create the next dollar amount. 

All pictures are real photographs in order to encourage generalization and independence. 

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Lisa Shaw
Burger Joint: Next Dollar up

Great resource and I like the differentiated sets. Very hands on activity!

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Donna Makowski

My student love this resource and I love that they have different levels for my students to use. Love that they have a errorless level, choice of 2-5, and a write in level. Every student can use this no matter what level they are at.

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Terry Johns

Great resource for students to use at home while distance learning.

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Kimberly Gardiner

This activity is a great way for my students to get independent practice with rounding up to the nearest dollar.

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Amber Ward

Just what I needed to supplement our money lesson.