In this worksheet, students will solve word problems related to foods they love: hot dogs, french fries, hamburgers, cheeseburgers, soda, ice cream cones, and milkshakes.
Given a brief menu with prices for each item, students will answer questions such as: "What is the total cost of an order of French fries, a cola, and an ice cream cone?
Fill in all the gaps, then press "Check" to check your answers. Note that you will lose points if you ask for hints or clues!
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We encourage parents and teachers to select the topics according to the needs of the child.
For more difficult questions, the child may be encouraged to work out the problem on a piece of paper before entering the solution.
On this worksheet, students will get more practice in menu math with problems such as: "If David wanted to buy a milkshake and a taco, how much would it cost him?
" and "If Michele wanted to buy a hamburger and a milkshake, how much money would she need?
For example, this question from the worksheet asks: "If Amy buys a hot dog and a sundae, how much change will she get back from .00?
" Present a bill together with a few single dollars and a few quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.