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Here is a set of 3 adapted/interactive books to practice comparing money amounts. Students can practice identifying which items cost more with these 10 page, color interactive books. Each books targets a different level of learning to compare money, so they can be used through introduction of the
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Matching and Comparing Money Game Cards This is a Three-In-One game. Provided are 66 money cards that can be used for three different games. Some of the cards have coins and bills in color, and other cards represent the money in words and in numbers. Use the cards in the following ways: 1.
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A Smart Notebook Presentation focusing on counting and comparing money amounts. I created this specifically for a 3rd grade class, so it does involved counting coins and bills. Students get to practice the "greater than", "less than" and "equal to" signs. Slides can be easily altered to fit your nee
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This file has 24 task cards, along with a recording sheet and answer cards. On these task cards, students are asked to count money, compare money amounts, and make change. This set matches the Virginia Math SOL 3.8 The student will determine, by counting, the value of a collection of bills and coins
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15 Sets of cards comparing values of coins and center instructions for six games! Any set of cards can be used for any of the games. Change the sets of cards as your students increase in their money skills. Level One Cards: Compares up to two coin values Set 1: Pennies Set 2: Nickels Set 3: Dimes
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This will not only give you an idea of who needs helps identifying money values, but it will be great practice or an assessment for comparing money values. Students will count the coins on each side and write the value on the line. Then, students will compare the two sets of coins using the greate
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Skills: Children will count coin combinations and write the amount. Children will compare 2 different amounts of money and circle the greater than, less than, or equals sign. Grade Level: First Grade through Second Grade, Special Education, ESL You will receive a 42 page ebook which includes a Sto
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Your students will love to practice counting money with these cute and friendly little monsters! This center is great for Daily 5 Math, small group work, or working independently! The students will count money and then compare money amounts using >, <, and =. It's like getting 2 great review
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Practice adding sets of coins then comparing them (greater, than, less than, equal to) with 24 task cards! This product also includes an I Can statement poster, a recording sheet, and an answer sheet. The task cards work well in centers or for playing the game of Scoot! Four "Take a Break" cards
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Here is a set of 3 adapted/interactive books to practice comparing money amounts. Students can practice identifying which items cost less with these 10 page, color interactive books. Each books targets a different level of learning to compare money, so they can be used through introduction of the
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This includes a pretest, a posttest, and a retest about comparing money. All three tests are in the same format. It uses bills and coins under \$2.00. 3 questions on each test make students count the coins/bills and use the correct symbol- greater than, less than, or =. One question on each test
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Money Worksheets Compare: - penny with nickel, dime, quarter, and dollar - 1 page - nickel with penny, dime, quarter, and dollar - 1 page - dime with penny, nickel, quarter, and dollar - 1 page - quarter with penny, nickel, dime, and dollar - 1 page - dollar with penny, nickel, dime, and quarter -
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This PowerPoint is designed to help students compare money using "less than", "greater than", and "equal to". It begins by review both comparing and coin values, then goes on to give many problems involving comparing money. This is great to use as an introduction or as a review. This PowerPoint does
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Students will use place value to read, write, and describe the value of whole numbers through 999,999. Students will use place value to compare and order whole numbers through 9,999. Students will determine the value of collections of coins and bills. For whole group, use several laser pointers to
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Students will read a couple of money related poems. Then, students will review the values of money. After that, students will make equivalent sets of money. Last, they will compare money amounts. This PowerPoint includes the components of a Direct Instruction lesson. Among other things, it includes
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This activity aligns with Virginia mathematics SOL 2.10 in which students compare different amounts of money by using the comparison words "greater than," "less than," and "equal to." Students use these work mats with plastic coin money. Then they will use the words and the symbols to compare the s
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This is a PowerPoint math lesson that gives students the opportunity to compare total money amounts, using quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. It provides real world practice, as they add two separate combinations of coins and then decide which is the greater amount. This could be used as a math
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This is a simple one page download for first grade students to practice tallying and graphing. I use this as a supplement to my Go Math Florida series. I like to use this whenever we're learning about USA coins and money. Save \$\$\$ and purchase this in a pack: A+ Graph, Tally, Compare Throughout Th
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Comparing Money Task Cards! 40 task cards that have students compare money amounts using <,>, and = symbols. These are leveled task cards. The first set of 20 cards compares money amounts less than \$1.00. The second set set compares money amounts greater than \$1.00. Each set comes with a
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A quick worksheet to check for understanding money amounts. Students total 2 sets of coins then compare them using >, < or =. The front of the worksheet uses the coin "heads" while the back uses only the "tails."
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This product features everything you need to implement a small group lesson on the topic of comparing money. Included is: - 2 teaching posters - A comparing money activity - A comparing money game - 1 guided practice page - 1 independent practice page Instructions are included that tell how t
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This is FUN activity to have students practice counting coins and comparing which amount is more or less. My students love centers that feel like a game. Included you will find 2 sets, one with only dimes, nickels and pennies and the second set with quarters included. Also I included a printer frie
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This activity is a great way to compare money. It teaches greater than and less than and is a great way to review the concepts. The dollar bill is included in a couple of slides but the lesson focuses more on coins. Please leave a comment and let me know what you think! Tips from Learning
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I created this comparing money worksheet for my students to practice counting groups of coins with dollars and then comparing the 2 amounts using an inequality symbol ( >, <, or = ). This is non-themed and can be used any time of year! It would be great for a practice homework assignment, morn
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