This is a print-and-go, SUPER FUN, EASEL-compatible real world math project for practicing percentages. It enables students to learn how to use math to save money! You can assign it as individual homework or as a sub activity. We've also included discussion questions as well, so that it's fun to assign in groups!
Students are introduced to a series of different objects that Jason wants to purchase -- from bean bags to tables, and get to help Jason figure out how to save money! Students are offered coupons for 10% and $10 off, and apply percentages to figure out which coupon would save Jason more money. The discussion questions push students to discuss patterns, and think more deeply about how this corresponds to.
4 worksheet pages
1 discussion question page
5 answer key pages
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