Intermediate Money Word Problems
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 4 Measurement - 4.MD.A.2
Tips for Saving Money at the Grocery Store - Groceries can become a huge monthly expense if you have children of your own. Many parents do not teach their kids the value of money, and they do not have a concept that one works hard to earn money. If you have kids around and you want to save on your grocery shopping, you give your kids the responsibility to save money. By giving your kids this responsibility, you reduce the chances of overspending as kids love it when parents trust them with responsibility. To help your kids efficiently shop at a grocery store, you can provide them some tips to save money on grocery shopping. No matter what happens, always stick to the list. Teach them to compare product prices and ask them to buy the cheaper one. Do not buy toiletries from a grocery store. Always look for products on the shelf that is below the one that is just at your line of sight. These worksheets and lessons are geared towards students that are familiar with word problems.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Jolly's Notebooks Step-by-Step Lesson- Get her more notebooks, but figure out how many she can buy first.
- Guided Lesson - Remind students to take their time when reading these.
- Guided Lesson Explanation - I made a few assumptions when writing this one, but only because it is upper elementary level.
- Practice Worksheet - The problems are a bit wordy, just like they will see on national exams.
- Matching Worksheet - Match the problems to their value. I also made sure that students would be tested on place value knowledge.
Each sheet has a distinct theme as you will see in the title.
- Extra Money and Needing Money Homework 1 - Charlotte had $45. She wants to purchase 15 big lollipops. If each lollipop costs $4.00, how much more money does she need?
- Using Money To Buy Food Homework 2 - Alicia wants to buy a blender that is worth $23.00 and she also wants to buy a cell phone that is $45.00. How much money does she need to spend to purchase both?
- Random Homework 3 - Daniel earns $48 per day. He accumulated $1,200 at the end of the month. How many days did he work?
Again, these are all themed. While each theme goes in a slightly different direction, the tone is the same.
- How Many Can You Buy Practice 1 - Finn wants to purchase shoes that cost $26.85 each. If he has $107.40, how many shoes can he purchase?
- What Did You Spend It All On? Practice 2 - Emma spends $26.21 on coffee, $9.24 on milk, and $6.14 on coffee grounds. How much money does she spend in total?
- You're the Big Spender Practice 3 - Lara went to the soda shop. Her 3 friends went with her. Lara spends $15 for everybody. How much did she spend on each person?
Math Skill Quizzes
These do focus on something that kids to seem to catch on quicker to; MONEY! I wonder why that is?