Worksheets are an easy go-to for good decimal practice, but finding real life math lessons that your kids can relate to are a little harder to find. This free “What is for lunch?” math lesson is something your kids can put into practice daily. It uses/teaches skills they actually need to know. They totally can relate to what they are having for lunch and how they can pay for it. You can use this with young or older learners by just adjusting the problem slightly.
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