Bed, Bath, and Beyond Coupon
More money for me! Scholars explore two different coupons for Bed Bath & Beyond, one for 20 percent off and one for $5 off an item. Using some concrete examples, they determine conditions for when each coupon would be more beneficial.
Cutting Costs With Coupons.
Students clip coupons for food items, create a menu using those items, and add up the total savings. They correctly calculate the total amount of money that would be saved if they used the coupons.
Everyone likes to save money! Use your math skills to figure out just how much you can save on a pair of sweet shoes. A vendor is running a percent off sale, with a percent off coupon, and a specific dollar amount coupon—and lets you use...
Groupon Math: Dollars or Cents
In this coupon math worksheet, 9th graders read two coupons and answer 4 questions about how the coupons work. Students must write written responses to explain problems with the coupons.
What Micheal’s Coupon Should You Use?
Get your classes on their way to extreme couponing! Young mathematicians analyze two different coupon options for the better deal. They use different scenarios to predict and compare the outcomes.
In this money worksheet, 4th graders study how coupons allow people to buy things for less than full price. Students use the information acquired to answer 3 short answer math problems.
Coupon Versus Discount
All too often stores give coupons for an item, but when you go into buy it, the item is on discount. The store won’t take the coupon if the discount is used. So what do you do, use the coupon or take the discount? This activity helps...
Coupon Clippers: Understanding Comparative Shopping
Third graders participate in a shopping spree after listening to Pigs Go to Market: Fun with Math and Shopping. After the story is read aloud, 3rd graders answer discussion questions and review key vocabulary. Students complete provided...
Students investigate linear equations. In this linear equations instructional activity, students participate in an activity where they are given coupons. Students write linear equations based on the coupon. Students discuss how the...
Stretching Your Money with Coupons
Students examine ways to extend their budget with coupons. In this budgeting lesson plan, students read information about using coupons at the given website. Students make a list of 30-50 products they use in their homes and use online...
Spending - Maintaining the skill of money
Third graders practice making change with money. In this subtraction lesson, 3rd graders watch a video about money. Students investigate what it means to earn money, spend it, and find their change.
SPENDING: Maintaining the Skill of Money
Fourth graders explore the concept of maintaining money. In this personal finance lesson, 4th graders earn "money" for cleaning their classroom desks. Students spend the "money" in the classroom and practice making change.
Prices Involving Discounts: Save Money with Coupons!
Nine questions make up an interactive that challenges scholars to identify new prices after discounts. Question types include fill in the blank and multiple choice. A fully-functional tool assists participants in solving word problems....
Students demonstrate how to count money through a simulated shopping experience. In this consumer math lesson, students read the book Just Shopping With Mom and count play money to illustrate how much the items in the book cost.
Student explore the value of money. In this addition and subtraction instructional activity, 2nd graders earn "money" for classroom jobs and spend it in the classroom. Students practice how to add prices and calculate change. This...
How Much Do We Save?
Students use coupons to save. In this saving lesson students practice their addition, multiplication and estimating skills with dollars and cents. They investigate grocery coupons and look for ways to save money.
ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN--Level 2--Consumer Education
Pupils, after reviewing an extensive list of vocabulary terms on the board, identify/label food items, how much they cost and the value of using coupons to save money. In addition, they practice reading the labels on the food packaging...
Two of Everything
Students listen to story Two of Everything, illustrate coins they would put into the Magic Pot using paper and pencil, and solve Magic Pot riddles by viewing slide show and predicting coin totals. Students then create table listing...
Students complete money matching worksheet. They work with an aid or peer tutor with coin tray, name each coin shown (use native language or alternative speech method). Alternative assessment methods are used.
Problem Solving: Write an Expression
Here is a writing expressions worksheet in which learners write an expression to solve a set of 6 word problems; all problems relate to money.
Scholars will learn to solve word problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Using a grocery store theme, they will identify the best way to solve real-life problems. There are many ways this basic instructional...
Identifying Correct Change
Students analyze the importance of recognizing whether or not they have been given correct change. They brainstorm ideas for determining whether or not they have received correct change. Students model and practice dialog to request...
Grocery Store Math- Home/School Activity
In this home/school consumer math activity, students examine ways to save money at the grocery store. They work with a family partner to write a menu and write a shopping list. They shop for the items noting the prices and using a...
Ponzi? An April Fool's Day History and Economics Lesson Plan
Students explore the concept of a Ponzi Scheme. In this economics lesson, students invest in a product called Thin-Cups. Students invest money in this product over the course of a couple weeks. Students discover how a Ponzi Scheme works...