**1. Provided with a visual support, _________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy in a simulated and real-life situation to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item and exchange money for an item with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.**

Provided with a visual support (i.e. number line), _________ will state various money amounts and determine whether or not it is greater than or less than when compared to another money amount (i.e. place value - $5.00 < $15.00 or $2,500.00 > $25.00) with minimum assistance.

_________ will count a collection of mixed bills ($1's, $5's and $10's) up to $25.00 with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, _________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item in a simulated environment with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, _________ will exchange money for an item in a simulated environment with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, _________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item in a real-life situation with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, _________ will exchange money for an item in a real-life situation with minimum assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

**2. Given visual support (such as a number line), ___________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy to make mock purchases in the classroom with minimum assistance in 4 out of 5 recorded opportunities**

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*Gr 6. Mathematics: Mathematical Processes. Benchmark B. Apply and adapt problem solving strategies to solve a variety of problems, including unfamiliar and non-routine problem situations.]*

Given visual support, ___________ will accurately identify the value that is "more" when given two dollar and change amounts independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual support, When given an amount of money, ___________ will determine if he has enough money to purchase a desired item independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual support, When given a combination of dollars and coins up to $20.00, ___________ will accurately count out the money and determine the next dollar amount with minimum assistance in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**3. ________ will correctly identify the names of and values of four major U.S. coins and a U.S. dollar bill using actual coins and bills, as well as match them to their visual representations in 4 out of 5 trials.**

When given an actual dollar bill, _________ will state that it is "one dollar" in 4 out of 5 trials given a minimum visual cue.

When given a combination of coins, _________ will sort the coins by type (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters) in 4/5 trials.

When given actual coins of each type (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter), and the verbal directive to "give me", _________ will choose the correct coin from a field of three (3) in 4 out of 5 trials given a minimum visual cue.

When given a visual representation of each type of coin (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter), _________ will match each to the actual coin in 4 out of 5 trials.

When given actual coins of each type of coin (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter), _________ will state the value of each type of coin in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**4. ______ will exchange money for an item up to $50.00 in a simulated or**

**real-life situation with a minimum visual or verbal cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

_________ will independently count combinations of bills to $50.00 in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will determine if he has enough to make a purchase up to $50.00 with a minimum visual cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

_________ will determine if needs to use next dollar strategy to make a purchase up to $50.00 with a minimum visual cue in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**5. Provided with a visual support, ________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy in an authentic situation to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item and exchange money for an item with minimal verbal or visual assistance given 4/5 opportunities.**

*[Math 9: 1.2 Demonstrate fluency in computations using real numbers]*

Provided with a visual support, ________ will count a collection of mixed coins up to $1.00 given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, ________ will count a collection of mixed bills up to $25.00 with minimal gestural or verbal assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, ________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item in an authentic situation with minimal gestural or verbal assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

Provided with a visual support, ________ will exchange money for an item in an authentic situation with minimal gestural or verbal assistance given 4/5 opportunities.

**6. Given visual support, ________ will read a grocery shopping list of up to 4 items and complete the steps of making a simulated purchase using single coin amounts and whole dollar amounts to $5.00 in the school environment independently in 4/5 trials.**

Given visual support, ________ will carry his shopping list to the classroom grocery store independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will locate and pick up a shopping basket independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will read a shopping list of no more than 4 items and place his items to purchase in his shopping basket independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will return to his teacher with his items to purchase and remove them from his shopping basket independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will stand and wait for his teacher to tell him the whole dollar amount of his purchase (up to $5.00) independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will count out the correct dollar amount of his purchase and hand it to his teacher independently in 4/5 trials.

Given visual support, ________ will receive his items from his teacher independently in 4/5 trials.

**7. Given a monthly income and various monthly bills, ________ will maintain a monthly household budget by accurately recording bills on an Excel spreadsheet, calculating a percentage of his savings, making appropriate budget choices, and problem solving for unexpected expenses given minimum assistance in 80% of recorded opportunities.**

**________ will read a bill and enter the amount owed in the correct location using an Excel spreadsheet independently in 4/5 opportunities.**

________ will calculate and transfer 10% of his monthly income into a savings account independently in 4/5 opportunities.

Given a monthly budget range in the categories of food, transportation, and entertainment, ________ will make appropriate choices, staying within the budget for each category with minimum assistance in 4/5 opportunities.

Given a problem solving scenario, ________ will brainstorm for possible solutions to unexpected expenses with minimum assistance in 4/5 opportunities.

**8. Given minimum cues and actual coins, __________ will correctly identify the coin (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) and the coin value (1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, and 25 cents) from a field of two, as well as label coins in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.**

Given a minimum cues and actual coins, __________ will correctly identify the coin (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) from a field of two in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Given minimum cues and actual coins, __________ will correctly identify the value of a coin (1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents) from a field of two in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

Using his talker and minimum assistance, __________ will label coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter) in 4 out of 5 recorded trials.

**9. Given visual supports and minimum assistance, _________ will make purchases up to $10.00 within a simulated store environment and/or within the community from her wallet or purse in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

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*Gr 8. Mathematics: Number, Number Sense and Operations. Indicator 5. Determine when an estimate is sufficient and when an exact answer is needed in problem situations, and evaluate estimates in relation to actual answers; e.g., very close, less than, greater than.*

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Given visual supports and minimum assistance, _________ will identify equivalent forms of money for bills including 5, 10, and 20 dollar bills in a variety of formats (for example, on the computer, in paper pencil tasks, and given real money) when using a combination of bills including 1, 5, 10 and 20 in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given visual supports and minimum assistance, _________ will use the "next dollar" strategy to make purchases in a simulated school environment and/or in the community for values up to $15 in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**10. Given visual support, _________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy when making purchases in the classroom or community with minimum prompting given 4/5 opportunities.**

Given a calculator, _________ will add up to ten item prices together with minimum prompting in 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, _________ will determine if he has enough money to make a purchase in the classroom or community with minimum prompting in 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, _________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy when making a purchase in the classroom or community with minimum prompting in 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual support, _________ will count his change and match it to the purchase receipt, up to $5.00 using $1.00 bills and mixed coins, with minimum prompting in 4/5 opportunities..

**11. Given visual supports (color-coding, 100s chart, highlighting), ________ will determine number of dollar bills up to $5 needed for a purchase using the dollar up method, determine change due in coins with purchases up to $1, and determine amount of dollar bills up to $5 needed for a purchase as well as change due back from that purchase with minimum assistance (1 verbal prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.**

*[Gr 5. Mathematics: Number, Number Sense and Operations. Indicator 6. Represent and*

*compare numbers less than 0 by extending the number line and using familiar applications; e.g., temperature, owing money.]*

Given visual supports, ________ will determine number of dollar bills up to $5 needed for a purchase using the dollar up method with minimum assistance (1 verbal prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ________ will determine change due in coins (with 5 cent increments) with purchases up to $1 with minimum assistance (1 verbal prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, ________ will determine amount of dollar bills up to $5 needed for a purchase as well as change due back from that purchase with minimum assistance (1 verbal prompt) in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

**12. Given visual supports (e.g. color-coding, highlighting), ________ will be able to identify coins-penny, ________el, dime, quarter and give up to five same coins (e.g. 5 pennies) with moderate assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.**

Given visual supports (e.g. color-coding, highlighting), ________ will identify coins-penny, ________el, dime, quarter with moderate assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

Given visual supports (e.g. color-coding, highlighting), ________ will give up to five same coins (e.g. 5 pennies) with moderate assistance in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

**13. Given moderate assistance, ________ will add a mixed combination of coins (penny, ________el, dime, quarter) and dollar bills and state the amount (verbal, written) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

*(Math 2: 1.2)*

Given minimum assistance, ________ will count a group of coins (quarter, dime, ________el, penny) to the value of fifty cents in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given minimum assistance, ________ will count mixed combination of coins (quarter, dime, ________el, penny) to the value of one dollar in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given moderate assistance, ________ will count mixed combination of coins to a determined value and then group a different mixed combination of coins of the same value in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

Given moderate assistance, ________ will count a dollar amount in coins and will exchange the dollar/s in coins to a dollar bill/s and identify the leftover change (written/ verbal) in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**14. In the classroom or community, ________ will make purchases of up to $100.00 using the "give to the next dollar" strategy and determine the amount of change received independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.**

________ will count combinations of dollars and coins up to $100.00 independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will add prices of desired items to purchase up to $100.00 independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will use the "give to the next dollar" strategy to purchase desired items independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

________ will determine the amount of change she will receive after making a purchase of up to $100.00 independently in 4/5 recorded opportunities.

**15. Given the verbal prompt of "give me____" then __________ will give the proper amount of money in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.**

Given the verbal prompt of "Give me ____ cents" (when the amount does not exceed 5 cents). _______ will give the correct amount of pennies in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given the verbal prompt of "Give me ____ cents" (when the amount does not exceed 5 cents). _______ will give the correct amount of pennies or nickels in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given the verbal prompt of "Give me ____ cents" (when the amount does not exceed 10 cents). _______ will give the correct amount of pennies in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

Given the verbal prompt of "Give me ____ cents" (when the amount does not exceed 10 cents). _______ will give the correct amount of pennies and nickels in 4/5 opportunities with minimum assistance.

**16. Given visual support, ________ will utilize a variety of math grids (i.e money, objects) for functional activities given minimum assistance in 4 out 5 opportunities.**

________ will utilize a money grid to exchange money for goods in a classroom/school setting with minimum gestural cues in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

________ will utilize a picture grid to complete a variety of daily living tasks (i.e table setting, cooking) with minimum gestural cues in 4 out 5 opportunities.

________ will utilize a picture grid to complete a variety of vocational tasks (i.e assembly, stocking) with minimum gestural cues in 4 out of 5 opportunities.

**_________ will identify the coin needed to make a purchase price in a mock purchasing activity with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 trials.**

________ will identify the coin needed to make a purchase in a mock purchasing of a 1 cent and 5 cent amount out of a field of three with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 trials.

________ will identify the coin needed to make a purchase in a mock purchasing of a 10 cent and 25 cent amount out of a field of three with minimum gestural cues in 4/5 trials.

**17. Given visual supports and a calculator, _____ will take inventory of items in school store by counting the available items, entering data on a spreadsheet, and determining if additional items are needed, given moderate cues as observed across 4/5 opportunities**. (

*Math 9: 5.2)*

Given visual supports, _____ will count the items currently in stock within the school store given moderate cues as observed across 4/5 opportunities.

Given visual supports, _____ will enter the store inventory into a spreadsheet given moderate cues across 4/5 opportunities.

Given a calculator (I-Touch), _____ will determine if items in the school store need to be restocked given moderate cues as observed across 4/5 opportunities.

## * All Examples Below Are ONLY GOALS *

**18. By the expiration of this IEP, given a money amount not to exceed $100.00, __________ will determine whether he has enough money to make a purchase of a sale item with 80% accuracy in a minimum of 10 recorded opportunities over a period of 2 months, as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

**19. Provided with a visual support (i.e. number line), __________ will use the “give to the next dollar” strategy in an authentic situation (i.e. classroom store, school store, community store, etc.) to determine if he has enough money to purchase an item and exchange money for an item with minimal gestural or verbal assistance with 80% accuracy in five trials in 3 out of 4 weeks by the expiration of this IEP as measured by observation and performance assessments.**

**20. By March 2017, while in a 1:1 setting, (name) will count out identical and non-identical groups of coins (pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters) to a given amount less than or equal to one dollar with 80% accuracy in 10 trials over a minimum of 2 months as measured by observations and performance assessments.**