Combine and identify the value of a collection of coins and bills through $5.00
Objectives
Student will be able to:
identify the value of a collection of coins and bills.
write the value of coins and bills using a dollar sign and decimal point.
Introduction
Review these bills and coins:
Sara Grace took the following coins out of her money jar. How much money did Sara Grace take from her money jar?
Follow these steps to count and write the value of the money shown.
STEP ONE:
Order the coins that she has in groups from greatest to least values.
STEP TWO:
Count to find the amount in each group of money.
Sara Grace has one quarter, one dime, two nickels, and two pennies.
STEP THREE:
Count from the first coin.
STEP FOUR:
Record the amount using a dollar sign and a decimal point. Show whole dollars after the dollar sign. Show cents after the decimal.
Sara Grace has $0.47.
Examples
1.
Write the value of two quarters and three nickels. Use a dollar sign and a decimal point.
Order the coins in groups from greatest to least values.
Count the cents.
The value is $0.65.
2.
How much money do you see?
Order the coins in groups from greatest to least values.
Count the dollars and then the cents.
The value is $2.47.
Try Together
Solve. Show all work.
1.
Write the value of the coins.
The value is $0.53.
Check student's work.
2.
What is the combined value of two one-dollar bills, one quarter, and one dime?
The value is $2.35.
Check student's work.
Please evaluate the student's answers:
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