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Counting Money Early Finisher Activity Module 4 Lesson 4

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For this activity, students will count the dimes and pennies (goes up to 40 cents). It will help you reteach, assess, reinforce, and engage your students while you work with other groups. These are self-checking and engaging!

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  • ✓ Comes with a QR code if you want to use during centers
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  3. As students finish their math exit tickets they sit on the floor with their white board
  4. They begin answering the questions projected on the board
  5. After 10-20 seconds, answers appear
  6. Students check their work with the correct answer shown
  7. The ppt automatically goes to the next slide
  8. Students continue working through the slideshow
  9. As students finish their math work, they can jump in at any time
  10. BONUS: You get to help students who need your help while the rest of the class is engaged and learning!!

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  1. Drag the PPT to your Google Drive Folder
  2. Open up the slideshow
  3. Press Present/Play
  4. Hover over the 3 dots in the bottom left corner and then click on them
  5. Click Auto Play
  6. Click on the amount of time you want
  7. Click Loop
  8. Click Play
  9. As students finish their math exit tickets they sit on the floor with their white board
  10. They begin answering the questions projected on the board
  11. After 10-20 seconds, answers appear
  12. Students check their work with the correct answer shown
  13. The ppt automatically goes to the next slide
  14. Students continue working through the slideshow
  15. As students finish their math work, they can jump in at any time
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Standards

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
10 can be thought of as a bundle of ten ones - called a “ten.”
The numbers from 11 to 19 are composed of a ten and one, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, or nine ones.

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