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#### Mixed Tables

How many pennies does each person get? There are four visual division problems for young mathematicians to solve, and they divide 12 pennies among a set of people for each. They draw the coins above each recipient and then write the...

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#### Counting Money

Money is always a source of interest for young mathematicians, so utilize their engagement by adding up coin values. For each set of coins (quarter, dime, nickel, and penny) scholars count up and write the total. The example has them...

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#### Adding Money

Show young economists that adding money is just like adding the numbers they are used to. They complete two addition tables, adding monetary values under 50 cents. There are a couple done for them to give guidance, but learners must...

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#### The Value of Coins

How much is a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter worth? Learners count and make various coin variations that equal a given denomination. Each slide containsÂ images and explanations on how one should count coins to add them up.

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#### Counting with Base - Ten Models

Help your kids develop strategies for counting. In this base-ten lesson, learners use matching cards, base 10 blocks, and dry erase markers and boards to examine the base 10 counting system.

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#### Dollars and Cents Word Problems

Explore money math with these addition and subtraction word problems. Learners solve three scenarios, each of which is illustrated for visual learners. They use knowledge of different types of US currency to determine how much money is...

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#### Totals to 10

Counting money can be a fun skill to master. Kids count a variety of penny combinations arriving at totals up to 10. Each slide contains a different amount and can be used in a variety of ways. For example, kids can add the value on each...

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#### Coin Comparison Worksheet

Use this one-page worksheet to assess young learnersâ€™ ability to correctly compare a series of coins. Each problem asks counters to indicate with the correct symbol whether the total value of the coins in the left column is greater than,...

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#### Nickel/Penny Grab

First graders examine the coins nickels and pennies. In this math lesson, 1st graders compare the value of the two sets of coins and determine their value. Additionally, students explore counting sets of coins that have pennies and...

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#### Nickel/Penny Grab

First graders play a math game.Â In this money lesson, 1st graders review what they already know about nickels and pennies, review how to count money and play a game called Nickel/Penny Grab.

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#### The Greatest Educational Change America has Ever Seen

Students examine the history of the penny. Â In this Lincoln Bicentennial One Cent teachers guide, students connect the life of President Abraham Lincoln to the 1-cent coin in his honor through a variety of lessons and activities.Â

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#### Story Hour with Lincoln

Students explore the life of Abraham Lincoln. In this Abraham Lincoln instructional activity, students create a Lincoln beard and hat to wear. Students view the penny and discuss why he was chosen to be pictured on the penny. Students...

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#### Number Cents

Students identify the value of coins.Â In this number cents lesson, students use coins to create sets of equivalent values.Â They create patterns with coins and write the value of coins in two forms.Â Students count the value of given...

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#### Smart- Counting Coins

Students discover the name and value of coins. In this counting money lesson, students identify heads and tails of coins andÂ the value of each coin. Students visit websites and play games. Students then write a poem about money.

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#### Fighting Corrosion to Save an Ancient Greek Bronze

Study corrosion on bronze statues with a hands-on lesson. As pupils place a penny in water with salt, they observe the changes in the penny throughout a period of a week. They thenÂ analyze the pre-conservation and the post-conservation...

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#### U.S. Penny to Get Four New Designs

Students look at U.S. currency and read about plans to change the back of U.S. pennies. In this current events lesson, the teacher introduces a news article with a discussion of money and a vocabulary activity, then students read the...

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#### Show Me the Money

Students review the terms in the "Money Vocabulary Word Bank." They make a wallet or purse to keep their money in. Students learn the song "Show Me the Money." They participate in five centers: 1) Head or Tails Tally, 2) Piggy Bank...

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#### Kindergarten Money

Students identify the various coins and their values through presentations, a rubric, a value pretest, and coin manipulatives. Money is incorporated into various activities whether at home or in school. Students create money webs using...

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#### Sun Prints

Students discuss energy and where they can find it. They will then discuss the sun and how it functions as an energy source. Next, students get a piece of black paper and some coins. They go outside and make a design with the coins on...

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#### Money Matters

Students play a game called Money Matters using cut out representatives of pennies, nickels, and dimes.

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#### Coin Poems

Students recite a poem that aids in coin recognition. They memorize a poem that helps them identify the shape and worth of a penny, nickel, dime and quarter.

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#### Coins Lesson Plan

First graders identify different coins and use their values in combination with each other to buy different objects. In this coins lesson plan, 1st graders identify the value of a quarter, dime, nickel, and penny, and use them to buy items.

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#### Introduction of the Quarter

Students discuss the quarter. In this money instructional activity, students find the value and characteristics of the quarter. They see how many pennies it takes to equal one quarter.Â

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#### Adding Two-digit Numbers Using Dimes and Pennies

First graders study money. In this addition lesson, 1st graders count andÂ add two-digit numbers using dimes and pennies.

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#### Combinations

In this combinations worksheet, students solve 20 different problems that include various combinations in each. First, they determine the number of two person teams that can be selected from a given number of people. Then, students...

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#### Let's Learn About Money

In this let's learn about money worksheet, learners explore how every coin has a fixed value. Students solve the answers to seven word problems associated with money.

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#### Show Me the Money

Young scholars study the monetary value of a penny, nickel, and dime. They simulate a candy store by calculating the proper amount of money needed to purchase candy. After viewing a video, they complete the "Handful of Coins" pictograph .

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#### Coin Hunt and It's Variations

Students play a game designed to give them practice identifying coin names and values. They form two lines with coins spread out in between the teams and when the teacher calls out a coin, the two in front scramble to find the specified...

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#### Penny Pinchers

Students, by participating in a classroom toy store, are introduced to the penny.

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#### Introducing money (Elementary, Mathematics)

Students study the penny, nickel, dime and quarter, one each day for four days, using a magnifying glass to identify the similarities. Then students discuss differences and value and learn a 'rap' to memorize values.

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#### How Many Pennies?

Students estimate the number of pennies it takes to fill outlines of various basic shapes.

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#### Coin Battery

Pupils explore basic principles of electricity and create their own battery.

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#### Striking it Rich with Chemistry

Students identify the composition of different pennies. For this chemistry lesson, students use a post 1982 penny to observe chemical change. They explain how to turn a penny from copper to gold.

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#### Counting Money

In this money worksheet, 3rd graders identify and solve 10 different problems that include counting money. First, they identify each coin and their differences amongst them. Then, students count the number of coins in each problem to get...

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#### Counting and Making Change

In this mathematics worksheet, students solve various counting and money problems. They identify the quarter, dime, nickel, and penny, and how much each is worth. Students also add up the totals for various combinations of the currency...

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#### The Penny-- 1 Cent

In this math and reading worksheet, students learn to recognize the penny and read some factual information about it. Students study photographs of the front and back of a penny, and practice printing "penny" on the primary lines.

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#### The Great Penny Push

Third graders use pennies in order to strengthen the skills of estimation and combining number values. The activity helps them to recognize numerical values on a number line and use it for adding or subtracting.

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#### Penny Dates

Learners locate dates on money and arrange dates in chronological order. They post their dates for class viewing. Students record how many times a penny falls on their favorite year.

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#### Show Me Economics

Students identify the penny as a copper coin worth 1 cent. They discover information found on the penny: President Lincoln's face, Lincoln Memorial, date, and location of minting.

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#### All Equivalencies-Making 25 cents

First graders manipulate pennies, nickels, and dimes to equal the value of a quarter. Students display the value of a quarter in a variety of ways. Students model ways to make 25 cents.

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#### Learn to Earn When You Tend to Spend

Students examine spending and earning, and calculate change up to a dollar. They view and participate in demonstrations of earning and spending math problems, complete a worksheet, and play a game in pairs that simulates banking.

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#### How Much is Your Name Worth?

Students identify the value of each coin type and then use a code to assign each letter of the alphabet to the value of the coins. They add coin combinations to determine the value of their name.

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#### The Case of the Broken Piggy Bank

Students list the value of a quarter, dime, nickel, and penny in dollar form. They find the total monetary value of a set of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. They calculate change received on a purchase.

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#### Representing Our Nation

Learners use pennies to illustrate how our states are represented in Congress. This lesson is to be implemented during a unit covering the branches of United States government.

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#### Mixing Coins

Young scholars explore mixed (different denomination) coin sets and create different total amounts.