making change: Teaches American, Canadian, European, British or Australian currency Uses clear, realistic pictures of the money Teacher can modify or replace the graphics used in the program. Single and dual-switch scanning options on all difficulty levels.
|Money Skills contains the following activities: |
Teaches counting money by denomination. Students count the money and enter the correct amount. Eighteen levels of difficulty Introduces each coin or bill and teaches student how to count that denomination Early levels include a number key to help the student count
Students learn to count money of mixed denomination.Fifteen levels of difficulty Money can be presented on the screen either sorted or unsorted Alternating levels teach counting of two denominations or all denominations up to the current level
Students select enough money to match a given dollar amount. The student moves the correct amount of money from the left to the right using keyboard, mouse or scanning.Nine levels of difficulty Money can be presented on the screen either sorted or unsorted Alternating levels teach single or multiple denominations
An item to purchase is presented on screen, with enough money to buy it. The student selects enough money to buy the item, then calculates the correct change.Nine levels of difficulty Teacher can optionally have the change calculated automatically Can be set to only give bills, for teaching the "next highest bill" method
Teaches the value of money using a small store as a setting. Students take money from a piggy bank in order to purchase the items they choose. Some items cannot be chosen until the student has saved enough money. Four levels of difficulty Teacher selects how much money in the piggy bank and how much the student saves
A Macintosh running MacOS 10.1 or newer, or a PC running Windows XP or newer. Supports keyboard, mouse, touch screen, IntelliKeys, and single- or dual-switch input