A set of 2 digital interactive files that offer practice counting coins to one dollar. Each file has 20 self-checking slides for use with Google Slides™, PDF, or PowerPoint. Dollar notation and cent notation are both featured in the slides. Coins include pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Set 1 offers practice counting only pennies, nickels, and dimes. Set 2 offers more challenging practice that includes quarters.
An overview of coin names and values is provided at the start of the digital activity and as a separate printable student reference page. Question formats include both true/false and multiple-choice options.
✦ Printable Student Reference Page 1 without quarters (color and grayscale options)
✦ Printable Student Reference Page 2 with quarters (color and grayscale options)
✦ PDF versions of both slide decks
✦ PowerPoint versions of both slide decks with sound
✦ PowerPoint versions of both slide decks without sound
✦ Links to copy the Google Slides™ version of both slide decks
Note: This resource features pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters with a total value of $1.00 or less. If you are looking for less challenging practice of counting coins with values up to 50₵, click the link below.
Instructions are provided for using this resource with Google Slides™, PDF, and PowerPoint. To use the file with PowerPoint, you will need a device with PowerPoint installed. For the PDF version, you need access to a computer that is able to read a PDF. To use the file with Google Slides™, you will need access to the Internet and a free Google™ account.
Students will be motivated to practice their coin counting skills with this engaging and self-correcting set of interactive digital slides! They will work at their own pace by clicking on “buttons” to advance the slides. Correct answers link to a slide that says “Yes!” and then to the next question. Incorrect answers link to a slide that says “Try Again” and then back to the missed question.
Ideas for incorporating this resource:
✦ Independent practice or math station activity
✦ As a digital Math Center activity
✦ Use for small group time during math rotations
✦ Whole-group review with a projector or during online learning video chat
✦ Focused independent learning for special education students
✦ Hybrid or virtual learning independent activity for coin counting fluency
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