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Next Dollar Up Clip Cards Independent Work Task Autism Special Education Vocational Skills

60 Next Dollar Up Clip Cards

$8.00

Get your students to master the skill of using the next dollar up method to purchase items at the store and in the community with these clip cards.

Set up is so easy, just print and laminate- set up is EASY!

Each task card has a total and 4 options on the right side.

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

This is a great way to have students work on purchasing items and learning dollar up. Increase the skill level by providing them with bills and have them create the next dollar amount. These books are especially great for students with minimal verbal skills.

All pictures are real photographs with the backgrounds removed in order to encourage independence.

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A.D.
These are great!

This is a nice step up from other dollar up task cards with 4choices.

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A.D.
I am so excited that I came across these!

We are working on this skill and these will be perfect for independent work!

What Other Special Educators Are Saying About Us

Once again the girls at AdaptEd 4 Special Ed have knocked it out of the park. These products can be used for all of my students despite the varied skill levels as they are easily adapted for different skill sets. I just love these products. My special education teachers have even started asking about where to find them.

- Nicole D.

I love how students can practice their personal information in such a fun and exciting way! This is a must have for every low incidence classroom! This has inspired me to add this as an IEP goal for my young low incidence students.

- Ashley I.

Your asking questions packets are genius. This is such a hard skill and I am super excited to print these packs (I bought a few!) to add to my classroom. Thank you for the clever products!

- Shawn S.

These books have been so helpful with my students with special needs. They take me a while to make - but so worth it. The topics are great - useful and relevant. Thank you!

- Lisa D.
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