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#### Restaurant math

Sixth graders use Microsoft Publisher program to create a restaurant menu. Using that menu, other students will use estimation skills to decide on multiple combinations of meals they could make with the money they are given.

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#### Starting a Restaurant

Through an engaging unit, chefs-in-training will sort and classify data using tally charts. Learners will also create bar graphs to display restaurant data and interpret data from bar graphs using a variety of categories. This is a fun...

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#### Budget Hungry

Young elementary students create an expense budget for a meal at a restaurant. They learn the basic communication and etiquette skills needed to successfully go on a field trip to implement the budgets they created.

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#### Out to Lunch

Sixth graders create a menu. In this math lesson, 6th graders use mean, median and mode to determine the prices for the typical cost of an appetizer, entree, kid's meal, drinks and dessert. Students write a number sentence to show how...

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#### Class Café Activity

Food's up! Elementary mathematicians role play as customers and servers at a pretend restaurant. They order from a menu, work to stay within a budget, and make change using basic money math skills.

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#### How Much Can I Spend?

Mathematicians use restaurant menus to boost their adding and subtracting of decimals skills. The class solves and discusses a practice equation. Pairs complete a worksheet—addition or subtraction—in preparation for the activity in which...

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#### Cafe 240

An engaging task awaits your starting statisticians: design a menu for a new cafe that offers a total of 240 combinations of a main dish, a side, a dessert, and a beverage. Creative juices will flow as collaborative groups employ lists,...

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#### Sales Tax and Tip

Don't forget to tip your server. Future consumers learn how to calculate sales taxes and tips. Pairs use actual restaurant menus to create an order and determine the total bill, including taxes and tips.

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#### Word Problems

Students create different ways to solve word problems. In this algebra lesson, students solve real life problems by creating formulas they can use more than once for different type of problems. They apply their knowledge of algebra to...

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#### Comprehensive Word Problem

Ninth graders create different ways to solve word problems. In this algebra lesson, 9th graders solve real life problems by creating formulas they can use more than once for different type of problems. They apply their knowledge of...

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#### Percents: (An Application to Real Life Problems)

Seventh graders explore the concept of calculating percents. In this calculating percents lesson, 7th graders simulate ordering food off of a menu. Students work in groups to calculate the bill, tax, and the tip for the...

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#### Rounding

First graders round to estimate greater sums. After a lecture/demo, 1st graders complete a web lesson on estimation. They practice rounding to the nearest hundred using a restaurant take-out menu.

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#### Tasty Tech Activity With Excel

Learners are introduce to basic Excel skills, rank their opinions of menu items from fast food restaurants, add their answers to the spreadsheet, and then create a simple graph of the results.

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#### An Introduction to Data Reading and Computations

Students discover data reading and computations. In this math lesson plan, students collect nutritional data about intakes of certain foods compared with daily recommended allowances. Students create their own data charts based on their...

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#### Grandma's Cafe

Eighth graders go to the computer lab to learn how to create a spreadsheet and graphs using Excel. They also determine the method in which we figure tax and tip at restaurants. The program that is used for this lesson is Microsoft Excel.

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#### How to Reason

Students practice their logical thinking skills. In this reasoning instructional activity, students complete tasks involving geometric shapes, place value, and odd/even numbers.

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#### Number and Operations- Using Gift Certificates

Students apply number and operation skills to learn how to spend a gift certificate. In this mathematical reasoning lesson, students use base 10 blocks as money and calculate how much money they have.

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#### Guest Check

Ninth graders practice math computation with a guest check. In this computation lesson, 9th graders work with a partner to write up a check for ordered food. They practice adding the money and coming up with change.