Summer Identify, Count, Next Dollar Up Money Math Activities + Task Cards

Get your students ready for Summer with this comprehensive math unit that focuses on money skills! With a Summer theme, this unit provides 3 differentiated levels of math skills which include identifying money, counting money, matching dollar amounts to currency, and making purchases using the “next dollar up” method. You can choose from Interactive Google slides, Offline Interactive .pdf, and Printable Task Cards to cater to all your learners. This Summer Money Unit reinforces progressively more complex tasks to help students advance their money skills, starting from matching dollar to dollar, progressing to matching prices with dollars, and then using the next dollar up method to make a purchase. The currency used is in US dollars ranging from \$1 to \$10. There are 3 levels of learning with 10 cards per level! Designed to increase fluency in basic math skills and concepts such as money identification and counting, this differentiated Summer math unit also allows students to think critically and problem-solve.

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Summer Identify, Count, Next Dollar Up Money Math Activities + Task Cards

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Dive into Summer Math Literacy with this Identify, Count, Next Dollar Up Method Money Skills unit! Support your students in identifying money, counting money, matching dollar amounts to currency, and making purchases using the “next dollar up” method. This comprehensive unit has 3 differentiated levels of math skills all with a Summer theme – from Interactive Google slides, Offline Interactive .pdf, and Printable Task Cards, you have an entire Summer Math Unit planned for you to reach ALL of your learners!

This Summer Money Unit reinforces money skills with progressively more complex tasks beginning with matching dollar to dollar, progressing to matching prices with dollars, then using the next dollar up method to make a purchase. The currency is in US dollars from \$1 to \$10. There are 3 levels of learning with 10 cards per level!

This differentiated Summer math unit is designed to increase fluency in basic math skills and concepts (money identification, counting money) while also allowing students to think critically and problem-solve (making purchases using the next dollar up method.). Students of all ages can practice in a fun and interactive way while learning valuable skills that will help them in school and beyond. By allowing students to explore math concepts in a fun way, they can learn more effectively, while also discovering a newfound love and appreciation for math.

Combining interactive practice with hands-on task card practice, this product provides an innovative way to teach math skills to Kindergarten – 2nd Grade students as well as students who need differentiated learning no matter what their age, including Transition To Work students!

This is an excellent addition to any Homeschooling Math Curriculum for elementary students learning math skills or for Homeschool Students that need additional support mastering math money identification and counting skills of any age.

✴What’s Included?

• 30 Google Slides Task Cards (with additional “correct/incorrect” cards”, a title card, and 2 instructional cards with a “Congratulations” slide after each level (Total of 96 cards)

*Level 1: Match the dollar amount to the dollar amount (\$1.00 to \$1.00)

*Level 2: Identify how many bills make up the dollar amount shown (\$1.00 to a

one-dollar bill)

*Level 3: The “next dollar up” method where students are given a price and they

choose the next dollar up to make the purchase (\$0.75 to choose a one-dollar bill)

• 60 Printable Task Cards for Small Group / Independent Learning (30 Color Task Cards (10 per level) and 30 B&W Task Cards (10 per level)
• 30 Interactive OFFLINE (pdf format) Cards (with additional “correct/incorrect” cards”, a title card, and 2 instructional cards with a “Congratulations” slide after each level (Total of 96 cards)

*Editable Congratulations Certificates

• 3 Editable Designs for you to print

✴NOTE:

The Google Slides activity is BEST assigned/presented in PRESENT mode, as this allows the students to self-check their answers and keep practicing until they get it correct!

✴ To Print Task Cards: The Task Cards, as downloaded, are 1/2 page which are great for students that need a larger size. To print 4×6 index card-sized task cards, select “2 pages per sheet”. To print 3×5 index card-sized task cards, select “4 pages per sheet”. These are not designed to print directly to index card template paper. What has worked best for my students was to print on heavy-duty card stock and laminate.

✴Be sure to look at the Preview and Thumbnails to ensure this activity aligns with your students/curriculum. If you have any questions, please contact me HERE BEFORE purchasing any item in my store so I can ensure you are satisfied with your purchase.

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