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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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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 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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I read this story to my 2nd graders when we talk about bullying and standing up for yourself and others. We also talked about being a change maker and how it takes one person to start changing the world. I told student to write one thing they can do to start changing our school or society to make it
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These 34 cards were designed to help your students make change by starting with the price of the purchase and then counting up to the amount given to the cashier. Seven of the cards are for items purchased that are under a dollar and a dollar bill was given to the cashier. Seven cards are for more
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A 25 pg activity pack of hands on activities for your students to review counting money up to and just over \$1, with minimal prep from you! All you need to do is assemble a handful or money bags and insure two activities have a paperclip to use as a spinner. These activities can be used as centers o
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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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Your mother sent you to 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 with
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Identify, count, match, and sequence numbers and coins with these fun file folder activities! Differentiated variations are included for each template to accommodate a wide range of learners. 13 File Folder Activities included! GET MORE AND SAVE! This resource is available in two BUNDLES! If discou
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Spanish Stem-Changing Verb Activity Based on Sudoku This is a fun way for students to practice or review Stem-Changing Verbs in Spanish. The activity is based on a Sudoku puzzle, but requires students to match verb forms with subjects. The student begins with a subject and verb form and must locate
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Loose Change Identifying and Counting Coins Made Easy Includes: -Hair Money Poster- Teaches students how to count coins by 5's by adding hairs to coins. -Student-Sized posters for reference or to use on desk -Rainbow Colored Pocket Chart Strips to use as an easy reference when counting using hairs
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Page 2-7 Money Match Cards Set 1—Dollars and Quarters Cut out both the fish cards and the money cards. Students need to match the fish to the amount of money. They can record it on the recording sheet by drawing the amount of money. Page 8 Money Match Recording Sheet Set 1 Page 9-14 Practice She
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This product contains 4 ways to practice skip counting! The games can be used as math centers or as part of whole group instruction. Each game can be played with counting by 2s, 5s, 10s, 100s, or a mix of these. The games include: 1. Skip Counting Zoo Line Up Students have mixed up animal cards wi
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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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Making change is a challenging skill for students to learn. When students are provided with visual examples of clearly explained strategies, they will be able to meet the making change challenge confidently!Included in this product:*Making Change PowerPoint: This is 16 page animated (movement and so
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This bundle includes 30 digital task cards hosted by Boom Learning as well as 20 complementary printable task cards that partially align with SOL 3.6. Great for whole group activities, individual practice, partner practice, or assessments!Task cards ask students to:Count a collection of coins up to
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46 pages Including: -12 Printables of counting money and matching amounts -Review of skip counting by 5 -Using coin dots to count money -Making change up to \$1.00 -Money Match Game with cards—6 different sets --Money Sort Cards and sorting mat --Shopping at a Cat Store --Shopping at a Dog Store
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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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School is out and its time to play. You and your best friends have traveled to the best amusement park in the world. So start earning tickets and riding the rides before the day is over and you have to go home. Players must start at the running kids and make their way to the tickets. On each space
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Join our character Gerry in his hometown by the sea as he investigates the values of common US coins. Gerry buys ice cream, dill pickles, and even describes a little bit about the history of the presidents whose faces adorn US coins! After watching the animated music video, play our printable game,
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This purchase is for 8 learning center/station activities. These activites go perfectly with any "western" theme. Please view the preview, for I have ALL my pages available for you. (In order to show you the pages for the preview, I had to lower the file size so it DOES NOT reflect the print quality
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