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Click Here!  Your knowledge of coins  Paper and a pencil  Pretend coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarters)  Be able to click on the green square.

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4  Your knowledge of coins  Paper and a pencil  Pretend coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarters)  Be able to click on the green square buttons!

5 Penny 1 Cent Nickel 5 Cents Dime 10 Cents Quarter 25 Cents

6 What is the name of this coin? How much is this coin worth? Nickel 25 Cents Quarter 25 Cents Penny 10 Cents

7 You are so close! Remember, this coin is the biggest and worth the most! Click on the green button and try again!

8 You are brilliant! This coin is a quarter and it is worth 25 cents!

9 What is the name of this coin? How much is this coin worth? Penny 5 Cents Nickel 1 Cent Penny 1 Cent

10 You are so close! This isn’t the smallest of all of the coins, but it is worth the least. Click on the green button and try again!

11 You are brilliant! This coin is a penny and it is worth 1 cent!

12 What is the name of this coin? How much is this coin worth? Nickel 5 Cents Nickel 25 Cents Dime 10 Cents

13 You are so close! Sometimes, people confuse this coin with a dime or a quarter. It is worth five pennies. Click on the green button and try again!

14 You are brilliant! This coin is a nickel and it is worth 5 cents!

15 What is the name of this coin? How much is this coin worth? Dime 1 Cent Quarter 5 Cents Dime 10 Cents

16 You are so close! This is the smallest of all the coins, but it isn’t worth 1, 5, or 25 cents. Click on the green button and try again!

17 You are brilliant! This coin is a dime and it is worth 10 cents!

18 How much money will you have if you add these two coins together? 6 Cents11 Cents26 Cents

19 You are so close! Remember that a nickel is worth 5 cents, and a penny is worth 1 cent. Take out your paper and pencil. If it is still too tricky, ask a friend for some help. Click on the green button and try again! Remember, you are solving the equation 5+ 1 = ?

20 You are brilliant! 6 Cents Nickel 5 Cents Penny 1 Cent

21 How much money will you have if you add these two coins together? 20 Cents35 Cents30 Cents

22 You are so close! Remember that a quarter is worth 25 cents, and a dime is worth 10 cents. Take out your paper and pencil. If it is still too tricky, ask a friend for some help. Click on the green button and try again! Remember, you are solving the equation = ?

23 You are brilliant! 35 Cents Quarter 25 Cents Dime 10 Cents

24 How much money will you have if you add all three of these coins together? 20 Cents25 Cents31 Cents

25 You are so close! Remember that a quarter is worth 25 cents, a nickel is worth 5 cents, and a penny is worth 1 cent. Take out your paper and pencil. If it is still too tricky, ask a friend for some help. Click on the green button and try again! Remember, you are solving the equation = ?

26 You are brilliant! 31 Cents Quarter 25 Cents Nickel 5 Cents Penny 1 Cent

27 Hartmann, Jack. " ‪ Show Me the Money- (children's coin song by Jack Hartmann) ‬‏ - YouTube." YouTube - Broadcast Yourself.. N.p., 26 Mar Web. 30 July

28 Congratulations! You have shown that you know your coins, and can add them! Click on the picture below to play an online game. You will be given a money amount, and you have to find the right coins to buy the item. Have fun! Your teacher will be over shortly to help you practice adding for receipts based on what you want to buy in the school store. "Learn money." Free Kids Games, Math & Reading for Children. N.p., n.d. Web. 28 July Click below for Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations covered.

29 Upon completion of this Stand-Alone Informational Resource, students will have met the following Michigan Grade Level Content Expectations:  N.FL Calculate mentally sums and differences involving: a two-digit number and a one-digit number without regrouping; a two-digit number and a multiple of 10.  M.UN Identify the different denominations of coins and bills.  M.UN Tell the amount of money: in cents up to $1, in dollars up to $100. Use the symbols $ and ¢.  M.PS Add and subtract money in dollars only or in cents only.  M.PS Solve one-step word problems using addition and subtraction of length, money and time, including “how much more/less”, without mixing units. "MDE - Grade Level Content Expectations." SOM - State of Michigan. N.p., n.d. Web. 20 July


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