Picnic Price Parade: A Common Core Money Word Problem Activity

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This activity correlates directly with common core standard:
MCC2.MD.8 Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using \$ and cent sign appropriately.

**No regrouping is required in the addition/subtraction components of these word problems.

Included in this activity:
-directions and differentiation suggestions
-word problems that are grouped by 3 levels of difficulty for easy differentiation
-answer keys for all word problems

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Jenn
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smilinjgirl01  (TpT Seller)
I've got a question. We were told by our county math person (in GA also) that in 2nd grade we were to only represent coins with the cent sign and only use whole dollar amounts. No introduction of decimals. Are you teaching money with decimals? I purchased this item. Would it be possible to get it using the cent sign?

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Janell Staples
January 15, 2013
Thank you for your purchase. I did teach money with decimals to my 2nd graders. My reasoning was related to our CCGPS MCC2.MD.8 "Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies using \$ and cent sign appropriately." I personally think that to omit using the dollar sign will hinder them in 3rd grade. There are no CC standards for money in 3rd, so my team and I tried to cover the standard as completely as possible. I wish that I could offer this product using the cent sign exclusively, but I am very busy working on some other items right now. I hope you will still be able to use this product. My EIP students enjoyed it very much. Again, thanks for your business and I am sorry for any inconvenience this causes you.

Jenn
January 15, 2013

Mrs Balius  (TpT Seller)
This is so cute! I have pinned several of your products on my personal Teaching Resource Pinterest board.

Mrs Balius
October 27, 2012
Thank you so very much! I truly appreciate your help! It means a lot to me.
Have a great evening!

Jenn
October 27, 2012

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