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In this lesson, students will identify coins (pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters) based on their physical attributes. They will also demonstrate knowledge of how much each coin is worth. Students will relate the value of each coin to a dollar. For example, 4 quarters is the same as one dollar.How
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5 worksheets of money word problems. There are 2 types of worksheets. The first set of worksheets are basic addition and subtraction word problems. The second set is a short story of kids finding money and student must figure out how much they have based on the number of coins and bills the kids f
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Engage students with this fun, interactive money game. Your students will enjoy playing this classic Tic-Tac-Toe game with a twist. Choose from 3 games styles. Choose a square and answer the question correctly to place your X or O for the box you want. Great for a guided math center or rainy day act
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The Pet Shop Money MathHow much is that doggie in the window? Come into the pet shop to find out!This set includes 30 fun and engaging puzzles that help students master the concept of counting money and solving word problems related to money. This set focuses on counting coins and 1 and 5 dollar bil
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It takes practice for students to master counting U.S. coins! This is a colorful set of 24 task cards on counting U.S. coins up to a dollar. This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! Great for centers, class game of SCOOT, tutoring, morning work, extra practice or assessment!Here's what is i
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Counting Money up to 5 Dollars - Digital Task CardsLooking for engaging math activities, look no further!These 15 digital task cards will provide students with the ability to practice counting money. These Google Slides can be assigned to your students during math centers, independent work, or for e
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| Life Skills | Winter | Dollar Up | Math | Money | Shopping | Budget | Recently Updated With More New Images!! The cold weather is here and the temperature keeps dropping! Get your students motivated to practice money skills with this perfect seasonal dollar up lesson. Wanting to teach your life
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This is a colorful set of 24 task cards on counting U.S. coins up to a dollar-Set B. This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! Great way for students to practice counting U.S. coins! I've included a recording sheet and answer key, too!◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈This resource
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I used this in fifth grade math. The objective of this unit was for students to round using decimals to the nearest whole, tenth, hundredth, or thousandth place. With one of my students, I focused on rounding as well but made the independent work more functional so although the student had the same
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Engage 2nd grade students with this fun, interactive money game. In this digital task card game, students count dollar bills and coins up to \$25.00. This product can be used on any digital device including PC and MAC computers, iPad & tablets and Google Slides as well as Microsoft Powerpoint. N
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Counting Coins up to a Dollar - Digital Task CardsLooking for engaging math activities, look no further!These 15 digital task cards will provide students with the ability to practice counting coins up to a dollar. These Google Slides can be assigned to your students during math centers, independent
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"I Have, Who Has?" games are so much fun for students and a great way to get kids engaged in learning! This set has 32 cards with practice with U.S. coins up to one dollar (showing coins: pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters). Just copy, cut and laminate for easy use! The student with the "I have th
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This is a colorful set of 24 task cards on counting U.S. coins up to a dollar-Set C.This set is a wonderful addition to your lessons! Great way for students to practice counting U.S. coins! I've included a recording sheet and answer key, too!◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈◈These activitie
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Students practice their listening skills in this activity. They click on the cash register to hear how much money they "owe", and then put the appropriate number of quarters on the counter next to the register and click submit to check their answer. Students need to be able to first recognize the nu
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Celebrate the season by playing games used to review the concept of money! This product includes two holiday-themed money math games. There is a small-group matching game which can be used to practice and review estimating numbers to the whole dollar amount. I would teach this game in math workshop,
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Here is a gem I've used in my math centers and homework that have helped tremendously: Counting Coins Flash Cards! They are numbered in a sequential order, beginning with coin identification (heads and tails), then relating denominations with base 10 blocks, moving onto counting the coins by 1's, 5
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Students practice their listening skills in this activity. They click on the cash register to hear how much money they "owe", and then put the appropriate number of nickels on the counter next to the register and click submit to check their answer. Students need to be able to first recognize the num
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NF 4.5 When learning about decimal place value and relating that notation to fractions students can benefit from relating information to money. Most students in 4th grade know the value of coins and can understand that there are 100 cents in a dollar. By relating fractions with denominators of 10 a
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These pages are designed to be used to identify if your children can identify and match the coin with the corresponding numbers, symbols and/or words. This set of worksheets children are to do the following: 1) Match the dollar note's image with the words. 2) Match the dollar note's image with the
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There are 7 task cards relating to everyday items at a grocery store. The student has to be able to identify money up to \$5.00. The worth is listed next to the picture as well as a description of what the item is. The purpose is to add up the dollars/coins to match the worth that is listed from a ch
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Sometimes students can remember the name of the coin and how much it is worth, but they just can't remember how to count the coins to get to one dollar. My son has this problem, so I decided to make this posters for him and share them with you! I hope that they will help your students. Each poster
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These pages are designed for younger kids to gain and demonstrate a basic familiarity that the images of the dollar notes and the numbers, the symbols and the words of the dollar notes have the same value. Children have to identify the following ten items: * two black, grey and white version of the
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These pages are designed to be repetitive and interactive for your children so that they can learn how to write the name of Australian dollar notes in words. e.g. five dollars. This set of worksheets children are to do the following with the words: 1) Trace the words, 2) Write the words, 3) Colour
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These pages are designed to be repetitive and interactive for your children so that they can learn how to write the name of Australian dollar notes in numbers and words. e.g. 5 dollars. This set of worksheets children are to do the following with the numbers and words: 1) Trace the numbers and word
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