These 20 task cards support the following Texas standards (New TEKS): 4.10A Distinguish between fixed and variable expenses. 4.10B Calculate profit. 4.10E Describe the basic purpose of financial institutions. Includes 20 task cards, answer key, answer document, and gameboard.
Students will need to identifying whether an expense is FIXED or VARIABLE.This is a great way to introduce fixed and variable expenses and or to check to see if students really have a good understanding between the two.Use them with your small groups, use them work for math centers, use them as quick assessments, etc.**I would greatly appreciate an honest review!
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