Task Cards: Fast Food | How Many Bills Do I Pay With? (Printable PDF)

$8.00 USD

Task Cards: Fast Food | How Many Bills Do I Pay With? (Printable PDF)

$8.00 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 

Next Dollar Up How Many Bills Do I Need To Pay? AdaptEd 4 Special Ed Task Cards Life Skills

Next dollar up is a fantastic skill, but sometimes your students aren't going to have just the exact right amount of bills.

Now you can conquer teaching your students how many of each bill they should use when paying. Instead of handing over their whole wad of cash.  🤷

Task Cards that teach functional money skills, this SPED teaching is in LOVE! Thanks for so many different levels of differentiation, and ALL THE VISUALS my ASD students need to meet success! #specialneeds #taskcards #specialed #functionalskills #adapted4specialed

Your students will clip or circle the number of bills they need to make the purchase. 

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   Next Dollar Up How Many Bills Do I Need To Pay? AdaptEd 4 Special Ed Task Cards Life Skills

288 Task Cards (4 per page)

✓2 Levels of Differentiation. (counting supports over bills, just bills) 
✓ 8 sets total:  1, 5, 10, 20 dollar bills (2 levels of each) 
✓ Data Sheets (that are also EDITABLE) 
✓ Low Prep
✓ Functional Life Skill 

PDF | 13.2 MB | 92 Pages

Set up is so easy, just print and laminate!

Increase the skill level by providing bills and have your students practice counting them out and making purchases. 

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

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Deborah Lindsay
Awesome

My transition students loved this -- I had more comments like "yum" "I like that" etc. They loved the realistic pictures. I copied off more of the dollar bills so I had some count out while another counted on card. Worked perfectly!

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Christina Davis
Functional money

Love this resource! It is amazing how it uses $5, $10, $20 etc. I never thought about money this way but it an amazing teaching tool and also independent work.

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Glenda Cook
Love it!

I absolutely love this task. My students know the value of money but have no concept of how much money to give someone when paying for an item. This task is helping them to grasp that concept.

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Amanda Klein
Great for LS and Math skills

Love the differentiation. Can be used both in my math class and life skills class for students working on making purchases. Laminated and put in task boxes for independent work. Highly recommended.

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Lauren Gault
LOVE IT

I started using the How Many Bills Do I pay With task boxes in my room today and my sweet kiddos just LOVE THEM. I highly recommend using them. I did something a little harder so I make the prices a little higher on a few but they work like a charm.