Holiday Shopping Project Based Learning – Christmas & Winter Holiday PBL
⭐ Shop ‘Till You Drop is a project based learning unit based all around holiday shopping. This resource contains three differentiated units in both printable PDF and Google Slides versions – so it’s the perfect holiday activity for the classroom or distance learning. Students follow instructions to shop for 5 or more people while staying within their budget. Additional “challenge activities” engage students and develop further understanding of the concepts and skills.
⭐ Each differentiated unit contains a Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Catalog where students can shop over 50 items across four different departments. Level 1 contains all whole number pricing. Level 2 contains decimals rounded to a quarter dollar. Level 3 contains all decimals to the penny.
✏️ Printable & Digital Format – Printable PDF & Google Slides formats make this resource perfect for classroom instruction, distance learning, and everywhere in between. Digital and printable versions are consistent, so it can be used for combination classroom and virtual instruction situations.
✏️ Educational & Engaging – This resource will capture the imagination of your students while they practice key math skills. Students are required to plan their budget and answer questions using the addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division of decimals and money.
✏️ Differentiation – Three levels of differentiation mean that you can challenge your high performing students while making the resource accessible to your on level and below level students. The differentiated levels make this resource perfect for 3rd through 5th grade.
- 3 Printable Units – Level 1, 2, & 3
- 3 Printable Blackline Units – Level 1, 2, & 3
- Google Slide Units – Level 1, 2, &3
- Teacher Directions
- Ho-Ho-Ho Holiday Catalog (prices vary by level)
- Shop ‘Till You Drop Tracking Sheets
- Challenge Activities 1-4
- Reflection Writing Prompt
- Grading Rubric
Level 1 is perfect for 2nd & 3rd graders who are fluently adding multiple two-digit numbers.
Level 2 is perfect for 3rd and 4th graders who can add simple decimals.
Level 3 is perfect for 4th and 5th graders who can add more complicated decimals.