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From: Donna (for Teacher2Teacher Service)
Date: Aug 29, 2000 at 20:12:10
Subject: Re: Math homeschooling

I would suggest using real life situations such as
Use advertisements from papers
    create a menu - determine price, add taxes if age appropriate
    If you have $100, what's the most items you can get, the fewest?
    Determine precentages if age appropriate
    Given a number of items determine if $20 is enough
    How much change would you get back type of problems, etc.
Use the TV guide to create time problems
Use menus from stores to create problems

 -Donna, for the Teacher2Teacher service

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