# Making Change By Denise Carroll. At the Store The customer is the person who buys items at the store and pays for them. The cashier is the person who.

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Making Change By Denise Carroll

At the Store The customer is the person who buys items at the store and pays for them. The cashier is the person who collects the money from the customer and gives change, if they need.

Never Subtract! When the cashier needs to give you change, she doesnt subtract. The cashier will always count up!

How many coins? LETS THINK: Which group of coins would you rather have? a quarter Sometimes we have to trade our coins. Why? To have the fewest amount of coins.

Lets Go Shopping! Two balloons cost 21¢. You are going to pay for two balloons with a quarter. How much change will you receive? Cost of the item 21¢ Amount Paid 25¢ Change Received (count up, from 21 to 25) 22¢23¢24¢25¢ 4¢ change WE ALWAYS COUNT UP! NEVER SUBTRACT!

Lets Go Shopping! An ink pen cost 19¢. You are going to pay for the ink pen with a quarter. How much change will you receive? Cost of the item 19¢ Amount Paid 25¢ Change Received (count up, from 19 to 25) 6¢ change Can we trade some pennies for another coin? 20¢21¢22¢23¢24¢25¢ Yes!

Lets Go Shopping! An eraser cost 12¢. You are going to pay for the eraser with a quarter. How much change will you receive? Amount Paid 25¢ Cost of the item 12¢ Change Received (count up, from 12 to 25) Can we add a ten or chain first?Yes! 22¢23¢24¢25¢ 13¢ change Can we trade any coins?

Lets Go Shopping! A pack of gum cost 8¢. You are going to pay for the gum with a quarter. How much change will you receive? Cost of the item 8¢ Amount Paid 25¢ Change Received (count up, from 8 to 25) Can we add a ten or chain first?Yes!Can we trade any coins? 18¢ 17¢ change 19¢20¢21¢22¢23¢24¢25¢

Congratulations! You have learned how to make change, using the fewest amount of coins. HAVE FUN SHOPPING! Dont forget to count your change!

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