# Topic Map Topic 5 Lesson 1 = Dime, Nickel, Penny

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Topic Map Topic 5 Lesson 1 = Dime, Nickel, Penny
Lesson 2 = Quarter, Half-Dollar Lesson 3 = Counting Coins Lesson 4 = Showing the Same Amount Lesson 5 = One Dollar Lesson 6 = Making an Organized List

How can you find the value of a group of dimes, nickels, and pennies?
Focus Lesson 5.1 How can you find the value of a group of dimes, nickels, and pennies?

¢ Lesson 5.1 coins = metal money cents = how much the coins add
(penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half-dollar, dollar) cents = how much the coins add up to (a “C” with a line) dime = coin worth 10 cents (10¢) nickel = coin worth 5 cents (5¢) penny = coin worth 1 cent (1¢)

Identify the value of a group of dimes, nickels, and pennies.
Lesson 5.1 Identify the value of a group of dimes, nickels, and pennies.

Focus Lesson 5.2 How can you find the value of a set of coins that includes quarters and half-dollars?

Lesson 5.2 quarter = coin worth 25 cents (25¢)
half-dollar = coin worth 50 cents (50¢)

Find the value of three mixed coins.
Lesson 5.2 Find the value of three mixed coins.

How can you find the value of a set of mixed coins?
Focus Lesson 5.3 How can you find the value of a set of mixed coins?

Lesson 5.3 greatest value = the coin worth the biggest amount
least value = the coin worth the smallest amount When counting money, start with the coin with the greatest value, and count on to the coin with the least value.

Count on to find the total amount of a set of mixed coins.
Lesson 5.3 Count on to find the total amount of a set of mixed coins.

How do you show 100¢, or 1 dollar, with different groups of coins?
Focus Lesson 5.4 How do you show 100¢, or 1 dollar, with different groups of coins?

\$ Lesson 5.4 \$1.00 dollar bill = paper money worth 100 cents (100¢)
dollar coin = coin worth 100 cents dollar sign = money symbol used to write dollars (an “S” with a line) decimal point = separates the dollars from the cents \$ \$1.00

Use different combinations of mixed coins to show \$1.00.
Lesson 5.4 Use different combinations of mixed coins to show \$1.00.

Focus Lesson 5.5 How do you count combinations of money that include both bills and coins?

Lesson 5.5 Review: total amount = how much money in all
greatest value = coin worth the most (biggest amount) least value = coin worth the least (smallest amount)

Count combinations of dollar bills and mixed coins.
Lesson 5.5 Count combinations of dollar bills and mixed coins.

Focus Lesson 5.6 How can an organized list show the different ways to make the same amount of money?

Lesson 5.6 tally marks = vertical marks that each mean “one” of something = 1 = 2 = = 4 5

Lesson 5.6 Make an organized list using tallies to show combinations of coins to make a given amount of money.

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