Students study the origins of the items in a typical shopping baskets. They investigate how raw materials are processed into products that are purchased when shopping.
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Mr. Goldman's Good Idea
Shopping carts are a modern convenience that many people take for granted. Make sure your pupils do not fall into that category by completing the activities in this plan. There are ideas included for language arts, social studies, math,...
3rd - 5th English Language Arts CCSS: Designed
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...
Comparing Fraction Relative Size
Which is the larger amount? Two-fourths of 10 dollars, or one-fourth of 100 dollars? This type of question is the main focus of a worksheet that has learners comparing fractions by their relative size. Each problem contains two fractions...
4th - 5th Math CCSS: Adaptable