## 2.MD.C.8

## Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ (dollars) and ¢ (cents) symbols appropriately. Example: If you have 2 dimes and 3 pennies, how many cents do you have?

37 Lesson(s)

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#### Students use their understanding of base 10 to make coin counting a breeze!

#### Most students think of money when they’re asked where they see math in their world. While money is all around them, they rarely get to use it themselves. This lesson reviews coin identification

#### Students use their knowledge of addition and coins to add up to three money amounts together.

#### Breaking apart numbers is one way to approach making change and relates to an understanding of how numbers can be manipulated.

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#### Students will be given set amount of money to add, and identify how many tens and ones.

#### Show me the money! Students will identify differences between the coins and sort them into like groups.

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#### Students learn how to identify coins and how much each coin is worth!

#### Students start counting money while also reviewing coin identification in this lesson focused on the nickel and penny!

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#### Students use their skip counting skills to count and total coins.

#### Students will take time to examine each coin, create a coin chart, and play a coin trading game.

#### Students love learning about money! In this lesson, they integrate coin identification with initial practice of counting coins.

#### Students use their knowledge of addition, subtraction, and money to solve multi-part money word problems.

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#### Money is always fun to work with and it helps children manipulate larger numbers.

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