"Change For A Dollar" is a four minute, karaoke style music video, that students can sing along with to help learn about decimal place value. It focuses on the tenths and hundredths places, and how they represent dimes and pennies. This would make a good introduction to decimal place value, or another way to reinforce and review the concept.
I use it with my sixth graders as a review or "Math Starter." The 4th and 5th grade classes at my school also use this song.
Common Core 5.NBT.A.1 & NBT.A.3a
The video integrates music, math, reading, and animation. You can use it as daily practice, part of a lesson, review of the steps, PE warmup, clean-up song, or just for fun.
The video can be played on an interactive whiteboard, computer monitor, iPod, iPad, etc.
The preview above is at a lower quality than the actual video due to size requirements.
Special note: Windows Media Player needs a free codec pack installed to play mp4 files. I highly recommend the free VLC media player.