Use these six programs to teach students time and money skills. Ideal for students of any age and particularly those with developmental delays and Autism.
In Budget Town, players spend money, make change, watch budgets, and pay bills—just like in the real world! Ideal for beginners or students learning to read.
Adapting Math Curriculum: Money Skills has nine progressive skill sets linked to NCTM standards. Includes over 250 illustrated worksheets! Covered spiralbound book, 340 pgs., includes a PDF on Win/Mac CD with a classroom license for printouts, updated 2007.
With Hands on Money, students can count, sort, and make change with the most realistic imitation money available. Includes bills from $1.00 to $100.00. Coins are full-color, actual size on thick cardboard, with a generous supply of coins from pennies to gold dollar coins. Packed in an organizer box.
The Day Planner Book segments days of the week into 11 hour increments: 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Write schedules on the laminated pages with a marker. Includes six Day Planner Books.
Edmark Time Telling Program uses a programmed learning approach to teach students to read standard and digital clocks plus write and say the time of day. Nine lessons have 95 reproducible skill pages. Includes a PDF on Win/Mac CD with a Classroom License for printouts, 10 self-correction envelopes and a TimeWheel practice clock. Set hands on model clocks to match printed time cards with Clock Setting. Three levels of difficulty: by the hour, by the minute, elapsed time. Includes 24 plastic model clocks, time cards, bins and instructions.