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### We found 94 resources with the keyterm money math

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#### Real-Life Problems: Distance, Length, and More

Math just got real! Scholars solve seven word problems dealing with life applications for multiplication, division, and subtraction. They show their work in a designated space, and must include units in their answers. Learners will work...

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#### Real-Life Problems: Miles, Pounds, and More

Give young arithmeticians an applicable way to use their addition and subtraction skills with these five word problems. Each one presents a scenario requiring they add or subtract numbers with units (money, distance, weight,...

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#### Ordering Sets of Measures

Using numbers with varying units (money, length, volume, distance, weight), scholars put each set in order from least to greatest. There are five numbers in each set, and they are all whole numbers with units attached (numbers in each...

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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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#### Dividing by 3

Use money to practice basic division concepts with young scholars. Each of the seven problems has a set of coins and three empty purses. They add up the coins for a total value and fill in a blank division number sentence to demonstrate...

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#### Column Addition, 3-Digit and 4-Digit Numbers

Show scholars that if they can add two multi-digit numbers, they can add four! They complete 20 practice problems adding three and four-digit numbers. All the equations have four addends and include units. All numbers are whole numbers....

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#### Estimating Sums of Money

By rounding, scholars find that adding money amounts becomes a breeze! They round two and three-digit numbers (with decimals) in these addition problems to get approximate sums. For each, mathematicians write the new addition equation...

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#### Everyday Problems

Bring math into the real world with these scenarios which have scholars adding and subtracting money and measurements. There are five word problems here. One involves three addends, another decimals, and another prompts learners to find...

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#### Working with Money

How much money do you have? Scholars add up dollars and cents to get totals for 12 visual addition problems. They look at pictures of the currency and write the total numerically (remember that dollar sign). Although the coin images look...

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#### Money

Converting money is both practical and an excellent gateway into future math concepts, and scholars get plenty of practice here! There are four sections, each with 12 values for them to convert. First, they change cent values into...

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#### Finding Percentages

Here is an approach to calculating percent with 16 practice problems to solidify the skill. Two examples demonstrate dividing by 100 to get one percent and then multiplying by the percentage in question to get the solution. Learners find...

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#### Addition Practice #1

Show young mathematicians that they are fully capable of mentally adding two-digit numbers. They start by solving 12 two-addend problems (all with two-digit numbers and aligned horizontally). There is no room to show work. Consider...

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#### Real-Life Problems

Money math comes up in real life all the time, so be sure scholars are ready for the challenge with these word problems. They use multiple math operations to solve and show work for each one. There is an example to get them started...

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#### Covering Units of Measure

Use conversions to practice multiplication and division with these measurement and money problems. First, scholars convert 12 measurements from centimeters to millimeters, using an example to help them understand the process. Next, they...

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#### Calculating Change

Before beginning this money math activity, discuss with scholars why calculating change is an important life skill. They examine the prices for fruit on a snack menu and observe three customer scenarios. For each one, scholars determine...

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#### Everyday Problems

Word problems are some of the most applicable ways for scholars to approach math, and this is no exception. Using their addition and subtraction skills in context, they solve five word problem scenarios involving time and money. There is...

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#### Estimating Differences of Money

When it comes to money math, show scholars that estimation is their best friend. They round money values to the closest dollar, 10 dollar, and 100 dollar increments, solving 19 addition and subtraction problems with approximate answers....

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#### Ordering

Money is a great medium for math problems, and learners practice with coins in these addition equations. First, they add up five sets of coins (one is done for them), writing down the totals below each. Next, scholars sequence these...

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#### Column Addition, 4-Digit Numbers

Just follow the columns! Young mathematicians complete 16 addition problems with five addends each. They examine two examples before doing these, and the example problems demonstrate carrying one and two into the next column. Encourage...

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#### Addition Word Problems #1

Math is all around us, and scholars observe various addition scenarios as they solve 15 word problems. Each of these involve two-digit addends, some of which are money values. Although there are no decimals or fractions, learners do need...

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#### Addition with 3-Digit Numbers #1

Once your mathematicians can add two-digit numbers, it's time to bring on the three-digit addends. Here are 20 practice problems, each involving two whole-number addends. Learners do not need to regroup for any of these, and they have...

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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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#### Equal Value

Which coins add up to these values? Young mathematicians examine five cent values, circling the coins needed to amount to them. Next, they compare money values in four sets of coins. First, learners add up each set to find the total...

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#### Comparing and Ordering

Before handing out this number comparison activity, ask scholars to pick a number between 20 and 50. Could they do it? Explain that they chose a number greater than 20 and less than 50, which is exactly what they will be doing next. Each...