2nd Grade Interactive Math Skill Builders
Counting Coins and Coin Value - CCSS 2.MD.C.8
Links verified on 6/18/2015
- Exercises and Games
Dimes and Pennies - Find the value of the coins.
Dimes, Nickels and Pennies - Find the sum of the coins.
Nickels and Pennies - Find the sum of the coins.
It! - Choose level 2 or 3 and complete the coin manipulative by dragging
the coins into the bank.
It - Pay the farmer with the exact change, the price is shown on the
white price tag.
- Change Maker
- Figure out how many of each bill or coin you expect to get back when
you pay for something. Select Easy for problems involving less than $1.00.
for Candy - Identify, know the value of, and compare the values of
a penny, nickel, and dime.
Money - Compare the amounts to determine which group is worth more.
Money - Count the sum of the coins and type in the amount.
Change - A Quia activity set on counting change with flashcards, matching,
Coin Values - Drag coins to the slide to equal the amount given. (values
over $1.00 used occasionally)
Money? - Find out if you have enough money to purchase the items.
Stand Math Game - Add up the cost of each fruit to provide the total
Shoot Coins - Select a category (pennies, nickels, dimes) and count
the sum of the coins you have and aim for the fruit that equals that amount.
Shoot Coins 2 - Same game as above with the addition of quarters.
Game - Interactive web lesson and practice on counting money.
Much Money is This? - Count the dimes (up to $1.00) and click on the
answer that shows the amount.
Much Change? - The customer pays with $1.00. Determine how much change
to give back to the customer.
the Change - Figure out how many coins are needed to make up the total
dollar amount in each money word problem. Uses half dollars, quarters,
dimes, nickels, and pennies. Unlimited amount of problems with no end.
Count Money - Coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater
than $0.50 but never more than $1.00. This site uses both sides of the
coins! [caution: some of the reverse side coin images are slightly smaller]
Go Shopping - Interactive web lesson with practice on estimating and
rounding to the nearest dollar.
Lady - The Lunch Lady (you) must total the three items on ten lunch
trays (one at a time) in three minutes. [Advanced, amounts up to $5.00
- (Grade 2) Eleven money exercises ranging from counting money to calculating
Bingo - Select a game, choose from the first 5. Count the money and
find it on the bingo card.
Flashcards - Coins and bills, or just coins, are displayed and students
determine the value. Best used as a whole class review; this is not a
game with an end. Occasionally values greater than $1.00 are displayed.
Master - Choose your money (US Dollar) and puzzle type. Count up the
change as quickly as you can to equal the target amount.
Bank - Select easy or hard. Click on the coins that are dropping to
equal the amount shown.
Bank Counting - Count the coins as they fall and try to collect $1
in the piggy bank.
Change - Practice recognizing and totaling sums of money. Starts off
easy and gets more challenging with each level.
Store - Interactive web lesson and practice on subtracting to make
the correct change. Uses decimals and regrouping.
- Scottie Nickel's
Change Maker - Become a human CoinStar machine. Calculate the total
amount of change the customer has and then think of a way to make $1.75
with as few coins as possible.
Spree - Pick the item that you would like to buy. Then, choose the
correct amount of coins you need to pay for that item. This game has 10
Right - An interactive web lesson with practice on estimating measurements
Much Noise - An interactive web lesson with practice where students
determine the fewest number of coins needed to produce a given amount.
the Value? - Calculate the value of the coins.
- Practice Tests and Quizzes
Coins - From FreeMathTest. Choose the level of difficulty or customize
your own values.
- Counting Money
- Select a level and the number of problems. A timer can also be turned
on/off, and there is an option to compare amounts too.
Anker: Comparing Money Sets - Compare the amounts of money and click
on the symbol (>, <, =) that makes the statement true. Try Set
3, and Set
Anker: Dollar and Cents - Determine the value of the money in this
self-checking test of ten questions. Try Set
3, and Set
Anker: Rounding Dollars - Round the amount to the nearest dollar.
It Up - Total up the money for eight questions. Uses pennies, nickels,
Problems: How much money with six coins - Online quiz that is self
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