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USING MONEY: COUNTING, ADDING AND SUBTRACTING COUNTING MONEY AND USING IT TO ADD AND SUBTRACT
DIFFERENT TYPES OF COINS DO YOU REMEMBER THE NAMES? Penny Dime Nickel Quarter
HOW MUCH IS EACH COIN WORTH? Penny - 1¢Dime - 10¢ Nickel – 5¢ Quarter – 25¢
HOW MUCH DO WE HAVE? COUNT UP THE COINS AND SEE! 5 ¢ 15 ¢ 40 ¢
ADDITION & SUBTRACTION WORDS THAT HELP US: Addition Add And Both In all Sum Total Subtraction Difference Fewer Gave away Take away Left Less
WORD PROBLEM I have two nickels in my pocket. Sally gives me three dimes. How much money do I have total? = 10¢= 40¢ 10¢ + 40¢ = 50¢ +
WORD PROBLEM I have three nickels, two dimes and two pennies in my pocket total. If I gave away one dime and one nickel, How much money do I have left? + + = 37¢ Next Step…
CONTINUED + + 37¢ + + = 22¢ - 15¢
THIS MEANS… 37¢ 15¢ 22¢- =
GOOD JOB! http://www.abcya.com/co unting_money.htm For more practice, go to the website below and play the counting money game!
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