Count the value of a set of coins up to one dollar and use the transitive property of equality to recognize equivalent forms of values up to $1.00. 0206.1.5
Links verified on 12/28/2015
- Adding Nickels and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
- Adding Dimes and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
- Adding Dimes, Nickels and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
- Change Maker - Figure out how many of each bill or coin that you expect to get back when you pay for something. Select Easy for problems involving less than $1.00
- Coins for Candy - identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime
- Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with numerical number
- Counting Coins - the collection of coins may sometimes be up to $2.00
- Counting Coins - up to 99 cents , customize amounts - from FreeMathTest
- Worksheets to print are also available supporting instruction of this topic
- Counting Money - Help Kristen, Ryan, or Evan with their shopping. Six pages of problems are available; three easy and three hard.
- Discovering Coin Values - a target amount is given and students drag coins to the slide to equal that amount [values over $1.00 used occasionally]
- Grandpa's Game - count money
- How Much Money is This? - count by 10's (dimes) up to $1.00
- Let's Count Money (introduction and instructions) followed by a quiz - coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater than 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]
- Let's Go Shopping - estimate by rounding to the nearest dollar as they shop
- Lunch 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 used ]
- Making Change from One Dollar - amounts are shown on a cash register, find the correct change
- Money 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.
- Piggy Bank - As coins drop students click on the right coins to equal some target amount. Two games are available; easy or hard.
- School Store - subtract using decimals as they make change. Regrouping will be required
- Scottie Nickel's Change Maker - become a human CoinStar machine - Calculate the total amount of change the customer has. Next, think of a way to make $1.75 with as few coins as possible.
- Spending 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 questions.
- That's Right - estimate measurements in real-world problems using money [some exercises may be advanced]
- Too Much Noise - Students determine the fewest number of coins needed to produce a given amount.
- U. S. Coins (printables from Enchanted Learning) - Scroll a bit more than halfway down this page until you see Adding and Subtracting Coins (Printouts). Look below that to see about six dozen printables of various difficulty.
- Which Coin? - Students select the coin that completes the total needed.
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