Teaching Resource

Price Tags

PDF | 5 pages|Grades: 1 - 3

Price tags for classroom display.

Use this teaching resource when learning about money and financial mathematics.

Place these price tags on different items around your classroom. Ask your students how much it would cost to buy certain items.

Extend their thinking by giving an amount and then asking how much change they would receive if they purchased various items around the room.

Blank price tags have been provided for you to write more values.

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