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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

1. Adding Nickels and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
2. Adding Dimes and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
3. Adding Dimes, Nickels and Pennies - find the sum of the coins
4. 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
5. Coins for Candy - identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime
6. Counting Change - a match game, counting coins to find amount of change and matching it with numerical number
7. Counting Coins - the collection of coins may sometimes be up to \$2.00
8. Counting Coins - up to 99 cents , customize amounts - from FreeMathTest
1. Worksheets to print are also available supporting instruction of this topic
9. Counting Money - Help Kristen, Ryan, or Evan with their shopping. Six pages of problems are available; three easy and three hard.
10. 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]
11. Grandpa's Game - count money
12. How Much Money is This? - count by 10's (dimes) up to \$1.00
13. Let's Count Money (introduction and instructions) followed by a quiz - coin value problems occasionally display amounts greater than 50ยข 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]
14. Let's Go Shopping - estimate by rounding to the nearest dollar as they shop
15. 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 ]
16. Making Change from One Dollar - amounts are shown on a cash register, find the correct change
17. 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.
18. Piggy Bank - As coins drop students click on the right coins to equal some target amount. Two games are available; easy or hard.
19. School Store - subtract using decimals as they make change. Regrouping will be required
20. 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.
21. 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.
22. That's Right - estimate measurements in real-world problems using money [some exercises may be advanced]
23. Too Much Noise - Students determine the fewest number of coins needed to produce a given amount.
24. 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.
25. Which Coin? - Students select the coin that completes the total needed.

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