Real Life Market & Department Store Activities Help Children Learn Life Skills

Pictured are items purchased at a market

Math and Department Store Math avtivities enable youngsters to learn basic life skills through challenging activities that help them become informed shoppers and gives them confidence in making real-life purchases, and paying for them. The Real Life Math Series offers practical applications for building basic math skills–addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. Purchases in the practice activities cover a wide range of consumer goods, from pizza to peanut butter, sunglasses, soap, paper towels, backpacks to blow dryers. As students refer to price lists that incorprate easy-to-read word problems, youngsters learn how to figure costs involved with making purchases, handling money and other forms of payment. Using these lists youngsters figure costs, such as total sales tickets, apply coupons, and calculate sales discounts.

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