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Money 535 Money Dominoes Young people have fun playing dominos by matching coin values in written, numerical, and pictorial form. Forty-five dominoes and game suggestions are included. This activity may be used individually or in small groups. 1-4 players. Grades 3-6. 33967. Each .................................... $16.95 Making Change Octominoes Provides playful practice in counting money and making change! Also builds fluency in addition and subtraction. In Coin Values, match stated number of cents with a set of coins. In Making Change, figure correct change for a dollar and find a matching set of coins. Offers 8 positions for placing dominoes, intensifying learning. Includes lesson ideas. 1-4 players. Grades 3+. 30135. Each .................................. $15.30 Making Change Quizmo® Develop and improve skills dealing with money, estimation, coin recognition, rounding and more! Increases students understanding of money and its real world uses. Reinforce coin counting skills, equivalent money amounts, making change and rounding to the nearest dollar. Grades 3+. 21761. Each ......................(.1..)......... $20.50 Cautionary Warnings. See Page II. U.S. Money Bulletin Board Set Enlarged reproductions for teaching money values, counting, equivalencies, and more. Includes new nickel, $5 and $10 bills. With guide. 52 pieces up to 131/2" wide; equivalency chart is 171/2" H. 94167. Each .................................. $14.25 Real World Math: Unexpected Events Begin with a checking account balance of $100. Player either adds or subtracts an amount from their account. 1st player to reach the end receives a bonus amount. Then add up and see who has the most money and wins. Includes 50 unexpected event cards, 20 sheets of check register and 6 game pieces. Ages 8 and up. 36512. Each .................................... $25.40 Department Store Math Each player begins this challenging game with $200. As purchases are made from the catalog with special purchase cards, students practice using reference skills, making purchases, and computing change. Coin chips from 1¢ to 50¢ and currency from $1 to $20 included. 2-4 players. Grades 4-8. 33341. Each .................................. $32.50 Menu Math This unique game provides each player with $60 and six menus. Choices range from short order restaurants, like Grandma’s Kitchen to Chinese, Mexican, or Italian restaurants and dinner houses. Interpreting menus and keeping within the budget are the main goals. There are two levels of difficulty. 2-4 players. Grades 4-9. 33955. Each .................................. $32.60 Budget Before each trip around the gameboard, players plan a budget and receive $2,000. The realities of real-life economics are experienced as players buy a home, pay insurance costs, make investments, etc. If the budget projection is reasonably accurate, player collects a bonus on payday! 2-4 players. Grades 4+. 33325. Each .................................. $33.50 Grocery Cart Using shopping guides and grocery ads (all included), players practice comparative shopping, paying for purchases, keeping financial records, and reconciling cash on hand. Two levels of difficulty. 2-4 players. Grades 4+. 33956. Each .................................. $30.70 Money Bingo Simple format allows multiple skill levels to play together. 3-36 players. Includes 36 game boards, easy-check answer sheet, more than 250 markers, caller’s mat, caller’s cards and a sturdy storage box. For ages 5+. 30656. Each .................................. $12.95 Economics and You Grades 5 and up. Introduce students to the principles of economics with this dynamic, socially relevant resource. Economics and You features in-depth, real-world simulation activities designed to reinforce the economic and math concepts taught previously while introducing students to the consumer world. Students will learn how to balance a checkbook, calculate interest, develop a budget, buy a car, file taxes and much more. 64 pages. 25071. Each .............................................................................. $12.70 Bank Account Can you balance your checking account? Help your students learn the various processes involved in writing checks, making deposits, and keeping accurate records. Real-life transactions include buying groceries, paying taxes, car payments, and medical bills. Checks, deposit slips, and currency from $1 to $100 included. 2-4 players. Grades 5+. 33328. Each .................................. $33.50 (1) (1) Purchase To start the game, each player receives an amount of money and a financial record sheet. Students move around the gameboard and purchase items such as radios, roller skates, skateboards, etc. Students also have opportunities to earn money and make strategy decisions. Each player keeps a financial record of purchases, income, and cash balance. 2-4 players. Grades 4+. 33359. Each .................................. $32.10


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