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Comparing Prices

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I CAN compare and evaluate products and services based on major factors (price, quality, features) when making consumer decisions.

Lessons. Go to your online classroom. Look below the class calendar for the 5th Comparing Products and Services document. Click on the file; click save; click computer; click on your home directory; check the file name; click save. Answer the questions as you work through the lesson.


5th Comparing and Evaluating Products and Services
1.       IML means “It’s my life.” List 3 of the 4 things that IML can help you with when it comes to the how’s, what’s, when’s and where’s of spending money.
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2.       List 5 ways to save on clothes and still be in style.
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3.       List 3 questions to ask yourself before making a purchase.
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4.       Tell me about “trend” buying.
 
5.       What is the most important skill you need for saving money in supermarkets and food stores called?
 
6.       How can you use coupons wisely?
 
7.       How can you shop wisely in restaurants?
 
8.       How can you save money if you want to see a movie?
 
9.       What can you do instead of purchasing a book or ebook?
 
10.   What should you consider before making purchases at a “sale?”
 
11.   When are sales a good thing?
 
12.   What are the 10 Super Smart Shopping Tips?
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Click on the next lesson at the bottom of each page.  

http://pbskids.org/itsmylife/money/spendingsmarts/index.html



Formative Assessment

Formative Assessment
 
Give one smart shopping tip to another fifth grade student who doesn’t know anything about making wise choices. Blog your answer!


Complete 2 LifeSmarts Daily Quizzes

http://www.lifesmarts.org/


If you complete everything, you may work on the Interactive Activities in the Consumer Decisions Unit.