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## Beginning Money - K.MD.A.1

 1. Coin Combo Game. Click Image to Enlarge Click on the falling coins to make the money amount. You can use any combination of the coins to make the money amount.  SEE MORE 2. Coin Names: Penny through Quarter. Click Image to Enlarge An interactive quiz naming coins.  SEE MORE 3. Coin Values: Penny through Quarter. Click Image to Enlarge An interactive quiz identifying coin value.  SEE MORE 4. Coins for Candy. Click Image to Enlarge Identify, know the value of, and compare the values of a penny, nickel, and dime. Lesson is available in text only and text with audio format.  SEE MORE 5. Coount On It. Click Image to Enlarge Buy objects for the amount shown by counting out the correct change.  SEE MORE 6. Count Pennies and Nickels. Click Image to Enlarge Determine the value of coins in each question. SEE MORE 7. Count Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes. Click Image to Enlarge Determine the value of coins in each question.  SEE MORE 8. Count Pennies. Click Image to Enlarge Determine the value of coins in each question.  SEE MORE 9. Let's Compare. Click Image to Enlarge Type the amount for each group of coins and then compare the two amounts.  SEE MORE 10. Money Coins. Click Image to Enlarge Interactive game identifying coins, counting by 2,5, and 10s, show equal amounts.  SEE MORE 11. Money to Build a Robot. Click Image to Enlarge Find the number of pennies, dimes, nickels or quarters in the bag.  SEE MORE 12. Peter Pig's Money Counter. Click Image to Enlarge In this interactive game, kids practice identifying, counting and saving money while learning fun facts about U.S. currency. After completing the game, players are rewarded with a trip to the virtual store to buy accessories within budget and dress up Peter Pig in fun scenes.  SEE MORE 13. Starfish Theater. Click Image to Enlarge Click the coins needed to make the money amount shown and then click the clam.  SEE MORE 14. Which is More? Click Image to Enlarge Interactive quiz comparing two groups of coins.  SEE MORE

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