# Consumer math

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Consumer math. Get inspired and try out new things.

Discover Pinterest’s best ideas and inspiration for Consumer math. Get inspired and try out new things.

These free printable consumer math worksheets will teach your children the skills they need to handle real life situations.

Prep your students for the “real world” by moving them from simple money tasks (worksheets) to complex ones (consumer math projects).

Here is a great FREE Consumer Math Curriculum for your high schooler! via @survivingstores

Teaching Unit Pricing in Consumer Math Class

Then I transferred to the middle school and Consumer Math was assigned to teachers who viewed it as a punishment. After all, most math teachers aspire to

Homeschool High School Math with Mr. D. Making the switch to consumer math with Mr. D was the best decision we made. Here's why.

This blog post explores who should be teaching high school students consumer math (financial literacy) concepts and what concepts should be covered. These real-world skills are essential to life after graduation. #financialliteracy #consumermath

Free percents scavenger hunt activity. If you're already a scavenger hunt pro, you can find the FREE percents scavenger hunt covering tax, tip and discounts linked at the end of this post.

In this post is a step by step guide to math scavenger hunts and a free printable pdf scavenger hunts that covers percents. Students love how hand-on scavenger hunts are! These fun activities get students out of their seats and moving around the classroom. You dan download the free percent scavenger hunt math activity from the link to my dropbox (towards the bottom of the post).

There's something so empowering about teaching teens how to work with percentages, how to budget and what all that fancy-sounding financial language means. Teaching teens financial literacy was even empowering to me. It made me feel I was giving my students the tools they needed to avoid being taken advantage of financially, which can happen to any of us. In this post I want to show the parts of a new word wall that I made to support a financial literacy curriculum and talk a bit about the…