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#### Purchasing Items Using the Next Dollar Strategy

Drill and practice is the method of teaching for today. Special needs pupils practice rounding to the next dollar value when purchasing an item at the store. They are shown flash cards with a monetary value, they then have 3-5 seconds to...

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#### Money in the Piggy Bank

It's time to crack open that piggy bank and see what's inside. First, count up the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, identifying what fraction of them are dimes. Then calculate the total value of the coins, writing another fraction...

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#### Which Coin?

Manage your money with change purses and piggy banks. Once they match different coins to corresponding price tags, first and second graders add the amounts of change in each illustration. For extra practice, bring in small items for kids...

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#### Estimation

Select items to purchase from a store, add up the total cost, then estimate the total cost! Kids count out the money needed to make the purchase and pay for the items. An excelent way to connect real life math and estimation!

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#### Mental Money Addition

Counting money is fun for kids, increases their understanding of addition, and applies mathematics to real world situation. Here are five opportunities for learners to count up their pence and pounds to see how much money they have. Tip:...

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#### Close Observation: Coins

Integrate math, science, and speaking/listening with a collaborative hands-on activity. Each group works with a single penny, examining it with the naked eye and recording observations. Repeat using magnifying glasses. Then repeat with a...

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#### Dollar And Cents

How much money is needed to buy basic things at the store? Young learners match pictures of coins to items of a certain value. Note: this instructional activity is slightly dated. Items are between one and two dollars, and some problems...

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#### George's Place

Here is another in the interesting series of lessons that uses money as a learning tool. This one is especially clever! During the lesson, pupils pretend they are eating at "George's Place" diner. Small groups are given one bag of play...

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#### Show Me The Money

Third graders explore the value of U.S. money. For this money lesson, 3rd graders print out pictures of money from the Internet and create play money. The students will play a game in which they display the amount of money called out by...

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#### Ch-Ch-Ching Cafe: Play Restaurant Make Change

Fourth graders make change by participating in a role-play restaurant activity. In this making change lesson, 4th graders use their math skills to compare prices and compute bills in a role play restaurant activity.

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#### Money - Mixed Practice

In this counting coins worksheet, students examine the 6 sets of coins pictured and record the value of each of the sets shown.

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#### Counting Quarters

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#### Money - Dimes and Quarters

In this counting money learning exercise, students count the quarters and dimes in each example. Students write the total amount of the money on the lines for the 6 problems.

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#### Mixed Money 2

In this counting money worksheet, students count the numbers of pennies and nickels. Students write the total amount of money for the 6 examples.

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#### Money - Pennies and Nickels

For this pennies and nickels worksheet, learners count the amount of pennies and nickels in each example. Students write the total amount of money for the 6 problems.

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#### Totals to 10

Counting money can be a fun skill to master. Kids count a variety of penny combinations arriving at totals up to 10. Each slide contains a different amount and can be used in a variety of ways. For example, kids can add the value on each...

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#### How Much is Saved?

Counting pence is great because some of the common coin values are two, five and ten. Learners assess each piggy bank and count the pence contained within. They count by 2s, 5s, and 10s depending on the coin in each bank. Tip: The...

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#### Tim and Pat at the Store: Bar Graphs

Do you like candy? Tim and Pat go to the candy store every day after school. Can you use the chart to determine how much money they spend each day? Does one spend more than the other?

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#### Everyday Mathematics: Coins

In this counting coins worksheet, students receive help from an adult to find the total value for the pictured coins. The objective is to enhance students' counting money skills and skip counting skills.

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#### Grade 1 Math Practice

In this counting coins learning exercise, 1st graders answer 5 fill in the blank questions where they count dimes and nickels and write the correct amount of money in the blank provided.

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#### Grade 1 Math Practice

In this counting coins instructional activity, students answer 5 fill in the blank questions where they count groups of nickels, dimes and pennies and then write the amount of money on the blank provided.

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#### Grade 1 Math Practice

In this counting coins worksheet, students answer 5 fill in the blank questions where they count groups of nickels and pennies and write the amount of money pictured on the line provided.

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#### Introduction to Money

As an introduction to money, this quick activity would be a great addition to a lesson on money. The presenation provides an overview of the value of a penny, nickel, and dime. Next, it provides a couple of problems involving counting...

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#### Dollars and Cents

I do, we do, you do! Get counting coins with your first graders. Included here are four questions where students must count dollars and cents to determine an amount. This is a well-orchestrated activity that allows you the opportunity to...