Can I afford it? Up to £1. Basic money sense / life skills peg cards. ASD/SEN

Cards show British coins up to £1 in value, stating “I have…” Underneath is a statement saying how much an item costs. Learners need to count the coins and decide whether they can afford the item. Many learners with ASD / SEN struggle with money sense and the idea of whether an item is affordable or not. This activity could be extended to ask how much change the student would receive if the item is affordable, or alternatively, how much more money they would need.

Designed as an independent workstation task for learners with autism but could also be used in a small group.

Learners use clothes pegs to answer the question yes / no to make the task more interactive and to focus those who find sitting and writing to be difficult.

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Created: Aug 6, 2018

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