This short video and interactive assessment activity is designed to teach fourth graders about adding and subtracting money using words.
This short video and interactive assessment activity is designed to teach fourth graders about adding and subtracting money with pictures in columns.
In the story, Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday, Alexander receives a dollar from his grandparents that he plans to save, but he spends it all, a little at a time. In this lesson, students count by twos to fill a container with 100 pennies. They are asked whether 100 pennies is the same amount of money as one dollar. They listen to the story and as Alexander spends his money, students come up and remove the correct number of pennies from a container. At the end of the story, students are again asked if 100 pennies is the same amount of money as one dollar. Students discuss the choices that Alexander made and give advice on how he could save his money to reach his goal of buying a walkie-talkie.
In this activity, students will practice talking about objects usually found in a backpack, they will be able to discuss and ask questions about what is in their or in someone's backpack, as well as discuss the place/location for an object.Can-Do Statements:I can talk about the items in my backpack, or in someone's backpack.I can ask about a specific thing or object.I can discuss the place of an object using the possessive pronoun.
In this activity, students will practice selling and buying vocabulary. they will be able to buy/sell a product and discuss the cost, along with sharing the names of items they bought.Can-Do Statements:I can ask how much something costs.I can sell a product to someone and discuss the price.I can share with a friend what I purchased at a market.
This activity will expose students to the types of currency from Spanish speaking countries. Students will purchase items through an "auction". Students will practice numbers in Spanish and will also use adjectives to describe items that they can sell and buy. Students will practice using vocabulary to persuade others to buy a product and make deals with others when purchasing the product.
This activity will expose students to using money and auction related signs. Students will practice numbers in ASL and will also use adjectives to describe items that they can sell and buy.
This activity is to expose students to other types of currency of Spanish speaking countries. Students will practice the numbers in Spanish and will use adjectives to describe items that they can sell and buy.
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