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Practice money skills with this 250+ page Toy Store budgeting unit for special education. Check out the preview video for a closer look!

This unit includes three differentiated levels with worksheets, task cards, and materials for simulation in the classroom. Students practice locating items & item prices, determining if they have enough money, adding prices, and making purchases. I've made it easy for you to print & start using with instructions, sample IEP goals, data sheets and student learning objectives. This is a must have resource for your middle or high school special education classroom and is an excellent way to work on transition planning and independent living skills. This unit focuses on amounts up to $20.

This resource includes:


▪Toy Store Menus (3 levels)

▪Do You Have Enough Money? Worksheets (3 levels)

▪Which Costs More? Worksheets (3 levels)

▪Do You Have Enough Money? Task Cards

▪Toy Store Shopping List Task Cards

▪Find the Toy Worksheets

▪Visual Aids & Printable Money

▪Sample IEP Goals

▪Student Learning Objective Posters

▪Data Sheets


Also available:

Grocery Store Budgeting Unit

Reading in Real Life Grocery Store Edition

Reading in Real Life Grocery Store Task Cards

Toy Store Budgeting Unit for Special Education with Google Slides


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