More or Less Money Activity

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Store Receipt Activity

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Shopping Activity: $15.00 Budget

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Global Development Delay Fact Sheet

Today is Global Developmental Delay Awareness Day. It is recognized the year on the first Friday during the month of May.

What is Global Developmental Delay (GDD)?

Global Developmental Delay is an umbrella term used when  children are significantly delayed in their cognitive and physical development and do not meet their developmental milestones in one or more of the development categories. the diagnoses is often used for children under the age of 5 years who are unable to meet benchmarks in intellectual functioning. It is also used when children are not diagnosed with a specific disorder of disability. There are some cased where children may be identified to have a disability however, the type of disability may not be known during the early onset of the disability.

Parents are typically the first to notice their child is not reaching milestones. as professionals, we should equally pay attention when children appear to be delayed in the area of motor, cognitive, speech and social and emotional development and bring it to the attention of parents so the child can be evaluated.

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Global Developmental Delay Fact Sheet

 

Shopping Activity

Students often face challenges of purchasing multiple items within a budget. This shopping activity focusing on the number of items that can be purchased at time with a given amount of money. The grocery shopping activity develops skills in the area of counting, making simple purchases and practicing counting change.

For this activity, students will ad the cost of each item and determine if they have enough money to purchase everything on the list. Once completed, the student will count the correct amount of change.

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