# Shopping List - Math Lesson

```Shopping List
SUBJECT
TEACHER
D Yang
5
DATE
Aug 30, 2020
EXPECTATIONS
Overall
Specific
• read, represent, compare, and order
whole numbers to 100 000, decimal
numbers to hundredths, proper and
improper fractions, and mixed numbers;
– represent, compare, and order whole
numbers and decimal numbers from 0.01
to 100 000, using a variety of tools
• solve problems involving the
multiplication and division of multi-digit
whole numbers, and involving the
numbers to hundredths, using a variety
of strategies;
• demonstrate an understanding of
proportional reasoning by investigating
whole-number rates
MINDS ON
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ACTION
Activity:
- Solve problems that arise from real-life
situations and that relate to the
magnitude of whole numbers up to
10000
- solve problems involving the addition,
subtraction, and multiplication of whole
numbers, using a variety of mental
strategies
Vocabulary: “finance”, “personal finance”
Think, Pair, Share
o What is your personal experience with money?
o Why is understanding money important?
o What are the benefits of managing money?
(Optional), you are given a budget of \$50. Did you go over your
budget?
You are to purchase school supplies for yourself for the year. Each
person/group is given a list of supplies along with prices. I will give
out discounts to some items.
At the end, calculate the subtotal, and apply sales tax to it. The sales
tax may be different from 13%!
CONSOLIDATI
ON
Show different tax rates in different territories and provinces in