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Money Counting By: Aleela Bovell 2 nd Grade Math LETS BEGIN!
MAIN MENU Coins Coins Counting Coins Counting Coins Counting Coins Quiz #1 Quiz #1 Quiz #1 Bills Bills Counting Bills Counting Bills Counting Bills Quiz #2 Quiz #2 Quiz #2 Review Review Test Test
COINS QUARTERDIMENICKEL PENNY MAIN MENU
COUNTING COINS Penny 1 Penny = 1 cent = 1¢ Nickel 1 Nickel = 5 cents = 5¢ Also… 5 Pennies = 1 Nickel Dime 1 Dime = 10 cents = 10¢ Also… 2 Nickels = Dime Quarter 1 Quarter = 25 cents = 25¢ Also… 2 Dimes + 1 Nickel = Quarter Next ->
COUNTING COINS Now lets learn how to count the coins. Lets make 15¢. Remember 1 nickel = 5¢. So… 5 5 +5 10 And… 5¢ + 10¢ And… = 15¢ Next ->
COUNTING COINS Lets make 25¢. We can either use 1 Quarter…2 dimes and a nickel...2 dimes and 5 pennies… Or 5 nickels. MAIN MENU
QUIZ #1 Click on the dime. CORRECT! Next -> Incorrect. Try again.
QUIZ #1 Click on the penny. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! Next ->
QUIZ #1 Which group of coins make 25¢? A. B. C. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! Next ->
QUIZ #1 Which group of coins make 50¢? A. B. C. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! MAIN MENU
Bills 20 DOLLAR BILL 5 DOLLAR BILL10 DOLLAR BILL 1 DOLLAR BILL 50 DOLLAR BILL100 DOLLAR BILL MAIN MENU
Counting Bills Lets make 25 dollars. Now lets learn how to count the bills. 20 +5 25 So… $20 + $5 $25 And… = 25 dollars Also… 10 + 5 25 So… $10 + $5 $25 And… = 25 dollars MAIN MENU
Quiz #2 Which group of bills makes $35? A.B. C. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! Next ->
QUIZ #2 Which group of bills makes $7? A.B.C. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! MAIN MENU
REVIEW You can make 50¢ with… 2 Quarters5 dimes 4 dimes and 2 nickels Next ->
REVIEW You can make $25 with… One 20 dollar bill And one 5 dollar bill One 20 dollar bills four 1 dollar bills and 4 quarters Two 10 dollar bills and one 5 dollar bill MAIN MENU
TEST How much money does Johnny have? A.B.C. $20.50$10.50$10.36 Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! Next ->
TEST How much money does Sarah have? A.B.C. $10.02$5.02$5.01 Next -> Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT!
TEST Johnny Sarah Who has the more money? A. B. Johnny has..Sarah has.. Incorrect. Try again. CORRECT! Next ->
YOU DID IT Click TO GO BACK TO TITLE SCREEN
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