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This flipchart is designed to be a companion to the Everyday Math series for 2nd grade. Mental Math, Math Message, Part1, and Part 2 are included. It also has a page for differentiated instruction groups. In this lesson: number counting, counting money, making change, Dollar Rummy, and math boxes. T
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Teach students how to make change by counting up from the price of an item to the amount paid. Students begin with 3 quarters, 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 4 pennies, then can make change up to a dollar (before graduating to change up to \$5, \$10, and \$20). Students shop at the end of the unit.
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You can edit this test because it is a Word document. It tests students ability to make change by counting up and using nickels, quarters and dimes to make exact amounts.
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In this simple game, students will learn how to make change, counting up to the nearest dollar and using the least number of items.
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Students will review making change by counting up, and solving comparison number stories with money.
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These 60 worksheets are designed to scaffold students learning, gradually counting money from less than \$1 up to counting bills and coins up to \$100. The worksheets also work on making change up to \$10 in three different ways. Below is a list of the worksheets in the order in which they appear.
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This product includes excellent resources for teaching counting up to make change. The way it is presented includes using pennies and dimes ONLY in order to find change from \$1.00. It also includes printables which students can choose what coins they use to pay for an item. Page 2 is a table of co
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This activity booklet was designed to fulfill the requirements for the Daisy Talk it Up, Making Choices, Money Counts, and Count It Up Leaves. Talk It Up Leaf After selling the cookies you have to decide how to use the money earned. The girls will learn more about ways to spend money to help others
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24 task cards that require students to make change in amounts up to \$5.00. Students can self-check their answers by using a QR code reader and scanning the QR code on each card. I have my students use coin manipulatives to practice counting up from the price of the item. If you don't have coin
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Counting money and calculating change is an important math skill, but it is also an important skill for life. Having financial literacy and being able to quickly and accurately apply skills with bills and coins are critical long-term math skills that all students need to master at an early age. Thes
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Need to find another way to help your kiddos spend some extra time practicing making change to \$1.00? These QR Code Task Cards are perfect for extra practice. These task cards can be placed in a center or placed around the room like a scavenger hunt. Students will enjoy counting change up to \$1
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The first grade math boxes in Everyday Math unit 9 are tough! First graders are asked to make change and show money values using the fewest coins possible. The pages in this pack will give first graders practice with these types of money problems. I have included the following items in this mini mon
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Your mother sent you do the donut shop down the street to pick up some treats for the party at your house this afternoon. You are really excited because they have the best donuts, but the worst cashier works there. He won't tell you how much each pastry costs, only the coins he wants you to pay wi
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*Identifying and Sorting Money *Counting Money *Adding and Subtracting Money *Making Change Each group receives a cash register, various amounts of money-bills and coins (mixed up), and a set of each task card. Before we begin the tasks, we review how to add and subtract money by lining up the dec
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How many times have you been in a store and the cashier had no idea how to figure out how much change you should get back? Registers do all the thinking for them. But what happens when the register doesn't have that function? (Yes, they do still exist.) Counting Change puts students firmly in the d
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This is an easy way to teach 2nd and 3rd graders how to make change for \$1.00! This 8 page document gives tips on how to help young children be successful counting up to \$1.00 from amounts less than \$1.00. Wow! That was easy! I worked my way through college as a grocery store cashier. It
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This package of 56 worksheets (with answer key) is designed to scaffold students learning, gradually counting money from less than \$1 up to counting bills and coins to \$100. The worksheets also work on making change up to \$10 in three different ways. Below is a list of the worksheets in the order
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This presentation teaches students to make change using two methods. One method is using subtraction and the other is counting up. At the end there are problems for the students to try on their own. Animation is utilized in this presentation to demonstrate the processes of subtracting and countin
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In this lesson students will learn to identify coins & bills, their values, and the important people on them. They will progress into counting coins & paper money, practice understanding their values, and making change up to \$20.00. This is an extensive lesson that has a ton of student inter
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This word problem worksheet has lots of problems for counting different coin combinations together and prompts students to show their work with pictures or skip counting. There are also harder problems at the bottom that require students to make change. Give this as a formative assessment at the en
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Overview: This Power point is designed to help students learn to count change in a step by step manner. Each word problem slide is followed by an animated counting change slide. The problems progress from making change for a dime through making change for \$10.00. The final 2 slides are graphic org
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I developed this smartboard lesson to use over multiple days to teach my fifth graders how to count back change. You will start at by making change up to the dollar then move to five dollars, ten dollars, twenty dollars, fifty dollars, and then one hundred dollar bill. I have built the lessons to gr
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This making change graphic organizer was originally designed for 4th and 5th grade students with math disabilities, but can be used with any student. It helps students keep track of money amounts when making change. It emphasizes counting up from the cost of the item to the amount paid in a visual
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Students are shown several items and their costs, plus the amount of money they pay with. Students can either choose the "counting up" method to find the change they'll receive, or you can have them use subtraction to find their answer. We needed something to have our second graders practice with
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A making change chart to guide students to count back change starting with the price of the item and adding up to the amount given to the cashier.
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Helps children learn to count back money from a purchase starting with the price of the item and adding up to the amount given to the cashier.
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Teach students to count up, on or back. This is a revised version of another product in my store- the vertical number line puzzles which counts lengths- number lines are length models- who knew! After some extensive research, here is a counting blocks style of vertical number line called a number 'p
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Get your students up and moving during math! This game is intended to be used on the Smartboard. This game is a great way for students to review counting money and making change! There are a total of 25 slides. The slides include word problems and counting money by looking at pictures of bills and
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This packet explores counting money and coins, using bills up to \$20 (but quantities over \$20). This packet includes: -interactive notebook foldable -cards for whole group, small group, or independent practice to use with manipulatives or create representations -2 representing collections of bill
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This is a one page review on making change, containing four problems. The problems range in difficulty, but focus on making change from a whole dollar amount up to five dollars. I've included number lines for each problem, which we (teachers at my building) use to initially teach the counting up me
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This is a set of 99 different activity cards that covers all the possibilities of making change for \$1 (that is, from 1¢ to 99¢.) Print up the cards, laminate & cut them out and you can use them for the rest of your teaching days, the teaching days of the teacher you leave them to, the students
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It can be SO confusing for our students to learn to start at one amount of money and count up to the correct change. Even some adults have problems with this task! This is a great letter to send home for parents to have as a homework reference guide to help their child through homework.
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This is a flipchart file with an Easter theme (Spongebob as the Easter bunny, pictures from the movie Hop, jelly beans, Peeps). Students are to make change using pennies and nickels in order to "count on" or "count up" Includes: -pictures of "for sale" items with a price tag -pictures of coins (he
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SmartBoard activity to reinforce making change.
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A week of homework (M-Th) for a money unit. Great for third grade, and aligned to Virginia Standards of Learning (SOL).
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Here are 2 pages to use when teaching how to make change from \$10. This covers the Ontario curriculum expectation for Grade 3. You can use this with the other Making Change activity sheets from me. **Note: I found that my students needed practice counting up to a 100 from a random number in order
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This is to help aid students in counting up when making change. It allows them to visualize their goals and contains a helpful "Bond to 10" chart.
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This is a 11 page flipchart which allows students to move coins to practice counting change up to a dollar. The flipchart uses pictures of candy and snacks to relate the lesson to real life, ang gets more difficult as it progresses to inspire higher order thinking.
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This NO PREP packet for March (St. Patrick's Day) has a lot of FUN and engaging activities that meet Common Core Standards! There is NO PREP, no need to laminate, no cutting or use of costly colored ink! These activities are perfect for morning work, literacy, math and writing centers, homework fol
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Due to limited ability to provide a preview of this entire product, I have provided the cover pages for all units included. More detailed previews of each individual product are available in my TpT store. I apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Included in this product are 11 Second G
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This math mystery is a fun way for 2nd graders to practice doing a variety of word problems in a unique way. Kids just start reading at the beginning of the book, solve the problems, and go where the book tells them to go! If they get the wrong answer, they will have a 'stopper' that will tell them
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MONEY, MONEY, MONEY! (SMARTBOARD UNIT) All pirate-themed graphics by www.mycutegraphics.com The paper money graphics (\$1.00 and \$5.00) were created by Just Us Teachers Actively engage your students in learning how to count money with this colorful, interactive, educational, and easy to use pirate-
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A complete unit with direct instruction to the student, ample practice problems and word problems. Common Core aligned. Great for independent practice/homework. In the unit Money & Counting Coins, we study counting coins and bills, and learn to write money amounts in cents or in dollars. Since
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All pirate-themed graphics created by MyCuteGraphics Money clipart created by Just Us Teachers Use these quick checks to assess student understanding of lessons taught in a quick and efficient manner. If student does not demonstrate mastery of the skill, small group instruction can occur in a time
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Purchase these student manipulative sets to go along with the teacher demo set, to use with small groups, or whole class. Students will have opportunities to identify individual coins and their values and will problem solve by exploring the relationship of each coin to the dollar. Understanding th
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These Yellow Ducks Dollars are great for creating and maintaining a positive classroom environment . Duck Dollars can be used to reward or as a classroom management strategy. You will use this set to teach the value of money, responsibility, and how to make change. What's Included with Duck Bucks?
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This math game is the perfect way to engage children while practicing the every-day skill of making change and counting coins and bills. Use “play” money for all three rounds of the game. You can do this as a whole class activity, partner activity, or set up centers. Be sure to follow our TpT Store
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Learning how to count money is an important skill as we need money to buy some of our favourite things! This resource is packed with worksheets and activities that allow students to practice important concepts involving money to meet expectations of the grades 3 and 4 Ontario Mathematics Curriculum.
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Learning how to count money is an important skill as we need money to buy some of our favourite things! This resource is packed with worksheets and activities that allow students to practice important concepts involving money to meet expectations of the grades 3 and 4 Ontario Mathematics Curriculum.
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This teacher demo set contains tips & strategies for using the manipulative. You can also purchase the student manipulative set for students to use. Here you will find tips, strategies, and ideas that help students develop an understanding of how our money system works. Students have opportuni
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Avoid the summer slide with this massive 110 page summer review packet for Kindergarten! This packet is filled with resources that will keep your students engaged this summer with some fun, hands-on learning. This packet requires absolutely NO PREP, no laminating or costly colored ink! Just PRINT
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This huge bundle includes tools for interactive notebooks and 10 of my math interactive notebook files! Each notebook includes a plethora of activities that are perfect for differentiating. All notebooks include directions and pictures of the completed pages. Over 300 pages included! Individually,
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