Prepare your teens to be financially independent adults! These skill-building work sheets will help future wage earners in grades 7 to 12 get a handle on banking, budgeting, shopping, and more. Lessons teach them to apply basic math skills to everyday activities such as estimating home and car expenses, shopping for insurance, and paying income tax. Includes Internet and calculator activities. 208 pages, softcover from Walch.
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Review 1 for Math in Everyday Life Student Text
Basically a waste of money
Date:September 18, 2013
Location:Lake Worth, FL
I purchased both the teacher's guide and the student text for my 12th-grader, thinking this would give her exposure to "real life math" situations. The text ended up being a bunch of worksheets that sent her to the Internet to research the answers and provided zero instruction. The summary on the product describes a series of lessons. Lessons? What a joke. They were worksheets. I expected the teacher's edition to fill in the blanks- no joy. Do not waste your money on this product.
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Review 2 for Math in Everyday Life Student Text
Date:January 28, 2009
Not a course...could possibly be used as a supplement to a course. Expected they should know certain things for the worksheets that would not be in their skill set unless they had been taught in a particular prior lesson.