School Store We work in the school store. We sell supplies that kids need at school. It’s fun, and we get to be late for class every morning.

 We’re in charge of taking the money and making change. It’s hard!   We really have to think to get it right.

 Let’s practice making change and maybe it will get easier for us. Will you help?

I sold some pencils for \$0.75. The boy gave me \$1.00. How much change should I give him?
 Gave \$1.00 Spent  - 0.75 Change \$0.25

\$0.25 is a quarter so I’ll give him a quarter for change.

A first grader bought these supplies for \$2.00. She gave me a \$5.00 bill. How much change does she get?
 Gave \$5.00 Spent  - 2.00 Change

Subtract, type the correct change in the blank, then click Check Me.

A second grade boy bought these crayons for \$.80. He gave me \$1.00. How much change does he get?
 Gave \$1.00 Spent - 0.80 Change

Subtract, type the correct change in the blank, then click Check Me.

This dad bought an eraser for each of his kids. He spent \$0.30. He gave me \$1.00. How much change does he get?
 Gave \$1.00 Spent -\$0.30 Change

Subtract, type the correct change in the blank, then click Check Me.

My best friend bought a pack of paper for \$.35. He gave me \$5.00. What change should I give him back?
 Gave \$5.00 Spent  - 0.35 Change Subtract, type the correct change in the blank, then click Check Me.

Thanks for helping us!
We are better at making change and so are you!