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Money Games - Earn and Buy for EAL /ESL / ELL and Native English speakers

Money Games - Earn and Buy for EAL /ESL / ELL and Native English speakers

The two Earn and Buy games provide scope for addition and subtraction of your selected amounts of money in any currency The maths used can be as easy or as difficult to suit the needs of the students. The earn and spend cards present opportunities for developing/consolidating a range of everyday items English vocabulary and household jobs. Miming activities can also be incorporated in the games if so desired. Full instructions are provided on the last page of this resource . Picture and word matching cards have been included for the ‘Everyday items to be purchased vocabulary.’ This is an additional activity for use if some vocabulary is new to students. The vocabulary used can be seen below. Everyday items to be purchased Pen, sharpener, ruler, balloon, ice cream, fish, pencil, rubber, book, apple, orange, banana, car, ring, doll, toy aeroplane, skateboard, watch, necklace, felt tips, pack of playing cards, knee and elbow pads, helmet, some bubble bath, flippers, bag, goggles, mask and snorkel, chess board, chess figures, hamster, hamster cage, Storm Trooper, guitar, kitten, cat basket, headphones, trampoline, ticket for the zoo, kayak, pair of trainers, light sabre, board game, pair of jeans, ticket for the cinema, bike, mobile phone, television. Jobs for earning money Lay the table, wipe the table, clean the mirror, make your bed, water the plant, sweep the floor, make your own breakfast, clean the sink, dry the dishes, put the clothes into the washing machine, mop the floor, post a letter, vacuum, tidy up the toys, wash the dishes, iron, feed the baby, hang out the washing, feed the dog, fold the washing, sort the rubbish for recycling, go for some shopping, push the supermarket trolley, walk the dog, shovel snow, clean the window, wash the dog, take out the rubbish, cook, dust Visual support is provided for the items to be purchased and the jobs for earning money, so that comprehension is possible if vocabulary is unknown.

By mcgowanfg

Financial Money Literacy Back to School Word Problem Puzzles (Pounds) QR Code

Financial Money Literacy Back to School Word Problem Puzzles (Pounds) QR Code

A set of 30 fun and engaging back to school themed financial literacy jigsaw puzzles. These money problems help students master the concept of money form spending it, earning it and of course banking it. Although back to school theme, can be used all year round. These cards are in Pounds. Students match the correct amount with the corresponding money word problem. All money amounts are with a pound sign on it. When the students complete the puzzle pieces they can capture the QR code included on each money word problem to enable them to self mark. This means there are less questions for the teacher and we can focus on our teaching without interruptions. These money problems are perfect for math centers, individuals and group rotations. With 30 cards available you could also rotate them around your whole class if you desired. To use the cards, all the teacher needs to do is print them off, laminate and cut out the jigsaw pieces and you are ready to go. They come in 2 handy versions 1. Images on the pound amount puzzle pieces to help students match up the correct money word problem. 2 No images to provide the students with a more challenging match up. Enjoy.

By Kiwilander

Financial Money Literacy Word Problem Puzzles (Dollars) QR Code

Financial Money Literacy Word Problem Puzzles (Dollars) QR Code

A set of 30 fun and engaging summer themed financial literacy jigsaw puzzles. These money problems help students master the concept of money form spending it, earning it and of course banking it. These cards are in Dollars. Follow this link if you are after pounds https://www.tes.com/teaching-resource/financial-money-literacy-word-problem-puzzles-pounds-qr-code-11642746 Students match the correct amount with the corresponding money word problem. All money amounts are with a dollar sign on it. When the students complete the puzzle pieces they can capture the QR code included on each money word problem to enable them to self mark. This means there are less questions for the teacher and we can focus on our teaching without interruptions. These money problems are perfect for math centers, individuals and group rotations. With 30 cards available you could also rotate them around your whole class if you desired. To use the cards, all the teacher needs to do is print them off, laminate and cut out the jigsaw pieces and you are ready to go. They come in 2 handy versions 1. Images on the dollar amount puzzle pieces to help students match up the correct money word problem. 2 No images to provide the students with a more challenging match up. Enjoy

By Kiwilander

SEN Numeracy bundle

SEN Numeracy bundle

This bundle contains all 8 SEN Skillsheets numeracy resources and provides a huge selection of worksheets to teach numeracy plus other resources. There is lots of opportunity for repetition and reinforcement of ideas as learners can work through the sheets making small steps of progress. The worksheets and other resources can be printed in colour to give them extra visual appeal.

By Skillsheets

Australian Money: Class Music Store: buying Youtube Clips

Australian Money: Class Music Store: buying Youtube Clips

Money Music Store - Students can develop their money recognition skills and using money to buy things with these activities. It is the equivalent of the old class shop, but revamped to use the internet to 'purchase' music clips. It was designed for Secondary students with special needs, but can be easily used for all students. It is an age appropriate Money Math activity for secondary students, where they are motivated to purchase their favourite music. I have included a word document, to help you change the music for your students tastes.

By pearp

SMART Notebook individual number presentations for Maths Mastery - numbers 0,1,2,3

SMART Notebook individual number presentations for Maths Mastery - numbers 0,1,2,3

I have taken one number per file and introduced it in as many ways as I could think - different views, where it is on a numberline etc. I uploaded the files from home and I was unable to review them first, so I apologise if they are a little 'scribbled on' but I used them myself for teaching... for this reason these are free of charge. If you would like more (I do have them) I will upload them after putting them in the washing machine first so they are nice, clean and polished for you. Please ask if you want them....

By Hexenkind

A week of Early Years Mastery lessons based on magic tricks for numbers 0,1,2,3

A week of Early Years Mastery lessons based on magic tricks for numbers 0,1,2,3

Is your school moving into the Shanghai/Singapore method for Maths Mastery? Key Stage 1 and 2 have lovely schemes of work and .....well, poor old Early Years have to get on and re-create the wheel from nothing?! Well, I've done the courses and have sharpened my tools to get started on the work for you. Thank you to everyone who has encouraged me to continue with this - the more interest and reviews I get the more I can upload for you. This one looks at addition and subtraction, numbers 0,1,2 and 3 being one more/one less than each other. There is a little video hook for the start of the week to pique interest in magic tricks. Then the amazing ('cough') magic box/bag comes into its own..... have fun and be amaaaaazed! You're welcome :) Al

By Hexenkind

Year 1 worksheets for the classroom or for tuition (over 100 worksheets) BUNDLE

Year 1 worksheets for the classroom or for tuition (over 100 worksheets) BUNDLE

1) Telling the time o clock and half past 2) Counting up and down in ones 3) Pictorial addition 4) Counting up in 2s and 5s 5) Ordering numbers 6) One more and less than 7) Basic addition 8) Basic subtraction 9) Making 10 (Number Bonds) 10) Making 20 (Number Bonds) 11) Circling the Smallest Number 12) Circling The Biggest Number 13) Odd and Even Numbers 14) Writing Numbers in Words 15) Missing numbers up to 10 16) Counting Money 17) Adding Three numbers 18) Estimating on a Number Line 19) Partitioning Numbers 20) Doubling Numbers 21) Measuring Lines 22) Tens and Units 23) Recognising 3D Shapes 24) Recognising 3D shapes (2) 25) Odd and Even squares 26) Doubling Small Numbers 27) Lots of 28) Sharing 29) Taking away from 10 30) Taking away from 20 A lot of the worksheets are a little repetitive so the children have enough practise (to store in their long term memory.)

By fuzzy90

Super end of term summer holiday plan and budget activity!

Super end of term summer holiday plan and budget activity!

A fantastic resource to use with KS2 or lower secondary about planning and budgeting a trip in the summer holidays! Children will be able to choose from 3 different places to go, who to take and what to do. They will then use a price list to work out what they could do with a £100 budget. Includes 3 differentiated worksheets as well! Fantastic extension questions to gain greater depth and understanding A great, fun activity that will get your class in the holiday mood as well as teaching them about budgeting!

By elichfield

Fast Food Menu Math- Chick Fil-A for Autism Units and Early Elementary

Fast Food Menu Math- Chick Fil-A for Autism Units and Early Elementary

-------Fast Food Menu Math- The Ultimate High Interest Math Center!------- Have your Math Centers gotten bland? Have your students lost interest? Are you looking for a differentiated activity to meet multiple student needs? We Got You! Fast Food Menu Math is the perfect addition to your math centers- and the best part is with three levels of math menus, the task cards can be made appropriate for all the students in your multi-leveled math class… there is even a word problem bonus for your early finishers! You will love the ease of this activity and your students will LOVE eating out at their favorite restaurants! This activity comes with the following: --> 1 Menu with items using Whole Pound amounts --> 1 Menu with items using Mixed Bills and Coins ending in 0 or 5 --> 1 Menu with items using Mixed Bills and Coins --> 2 Pages (12 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 1 Item --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 2 Items --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Count out Money for 2 Items with Number Sentence Support --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Calculate change for 1 Item --> 1 Pages (6 Task Cards) to Find Cost and Calculate change for 2 Items Fast Food Menu Math © Ayodele Jones 2017. All rights reserved by author. The materials in this unit were distributed and intended for single use only. The purchaser may reproduce copies for students in your classroom for classroom use only. You may not share with other teachers in your building, district, or otherwise. Redistributing, editing, selling, or posting this item (or any part thereof) on the internet is strictly prohibited. Violations are subject to penalties of the Digital Millennium Copyright Act. Additional licenses can be purchased for multi-use at a discount. Please contact the author at ajones@noodlenook.net.

By ayodele_jones