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#### Practical Money Skills: Decisions and Goals

Equip teenagers with the knowledge they need to make well-founded and well-rounded financial decision, both now and in their economic future.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Loans and Expenses

A dollar saved is a dollar earned—but what about a dollar spent? Guide young financial wizards through important economic decisions in their near future.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Banking Services

Provide high schoolers with personal finance skills that they can take to the bank! A set of lessons incorporate consumer math and practical economic skills to teach learners about the best ways to build their credit scores.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Consumer Knowledge

How much do your high schooler really know about personal finance? Guide them around some common mistakes and pitfalls of the economic system with a set of helpful finance lessons.

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#### Describing Egypt Virtual Tours

Save money. Avoid long flights and massive crowds. Virtual tours of some of Egypt's most famous await in a collection that permits viewers to explore the tombs and temples of pharaohs, gods, and goddesses of ancient Egypt. WebVR with...

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#### Common Core Math: 3rd Grade

Looking for all things third grade Common Core math? Here is the collection you've been waiting for! Third grade math curriculum is rigorous and opens up the doors to bigger algebra concepts that learners will use their entire lives....

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#### Consumer Math

Comprehensive lesson plans on everyday use of consumer math for students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.

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#### All About Money

Few topics engage young mathematicians as much as learning about money. Through a series of shared readings and hands-on activities, children explore the US currency system, learning how to count money and calculate change as they create...

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#### Banking 16: Why target rates vs. money supply

Using dual diagrams and workspaces, Sal provides a thorough explanation of target rates and money supply. Your class will appreciate his anecdotal approach to explain how interest rates are set, and how it affects potential "consumers of...

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#### Currency Effect on Trade Review

For about the first six minutes Sal reviews the hypothetical global trade scenario from the last video in detail, changing a few numbers to make for a cleaner example. He continues the scenario to demonstrate how the natural ups and...

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#### Money in the Piggy Bank

It's time to crack open that piggy bank and see what's inside. First, count up the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, identifying what fraction of them are dimes. Then calculate the total value of the coins, writing another fraction...

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#### Money and Inﬂation: A Functional Relationship

What is the difference between money and bartering, and how is money valued when considering inflation? Delve into the correlation between these fundamental components of economics with this detailed resource, which consists of reading...

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#### Money Creation

How is money created? Watch this simple visual representation to give beginning economics learners a basis of understanding before moving to more complex topics.

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#### Money Skills

Young mathematicians learn to make sense out of money with this collection of skills practice worksheets. From identifying the different coins and bills in the US currency system, to counting money and correctly using the dollar and...

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#### Money Responsibility

Introduce young learners to the important life skill of responsibly managing money and recording how much they spend and save.

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#### Review of China-US Currency Situation

This short clip is essentially just a review of what Sal has discussed in previous videos about the China-US trade situation. He goes over all the details, discussing the trade imbalance and the way the Chinese government keeps the Yuan...

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#### How Do You Spend Your Money?

Fifth graders examine ways to save and spend money. They look at ways that people earn, save, and spend money using chapters from Tom Birdseye's Tarantula Shoes. They add and subtract decimals to fill in a worksheet entitled, "Is It a...

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#### Chapter 13: Money and Banking

Where does money come from? If your class can't answer this question (beyond "my parents"), this presentation will be a timely and appropriate way to teach them. Details about currency, money supply, and the banking system, help explain...

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#### Working with Coins #2

Practice money math with a helpful worksheet. Illustrations of coins, along with word problems, keep second graders focused on adding and subtracting different amounts of money. An excellent homework assignment to reinforce your money...

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#### Working with Coins

Count the correct change with a money math worksheet! Given certain coins, second and third graders add and subtract amounts of money to find the correct change. The worksheet uses pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and...

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#### Adding Coins to Make a Dollar

A centers-based lesson challenges mathematicians to count coins to make one dollar. Rotating through four stations, scholars complete a worksheet, work with real or play money to find several coin combinations, check for understanding...

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#### Money Math Match

Learners hunt for the classmate who holds a bag of coins equal in value to theirs, study that different combinations of coins can represent the same amount of money and practice using coins to represent a set value in different ways.

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#### Episode 9: Functions of Money

Have you ever traded a cow for a car? Scholars analyze the functions of money and what it stands for in the ninth installment of a 21-part Economic Lowdown podcast series. They listen to a short podcast and imagine a world where...

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#### Money

Which coins do you need? Scholars are faced with a challenge: using only three coins they must find the exact amount needed for six items. The coins are standard US currency and are pictured at the top, however their value is not listed....

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#### Money Word Problems #1

Having money problems? How about 19 more? Scholars begin with 10 money-related word problems, some requiring they understand different coin values. They add and subtract for these, and although there are also opportunities for division...

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#### Who Has More Money?

Coloring and money combine in this fun instructional activity! First and second graders count the amounts of money represented in each, and then color the person or animal who has the most money. They then draw the correct coins to add...

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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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#### 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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#### 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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#### Real-life Problems: Dollars and Cents

Do your fourth graders love money? They'll solve these money math word problems with ease! Six word problems involving money prompt pupils to use addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. A section for work reinforces the...

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#### Money - A Brief History Of The American Dollar - Part 1 of 2

What is a dollar? Trace the dollar through US history. First it started as a silver or gold piece, then it became a promissory note, and eventually it became the bill we know today. Pink Floyd's "Money" plays quietly in the background...

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#### Taxes—Where Does Your Money Go?

People spend some of their money before they even get it! Lead a lesson that helps scholars understand the different deductions taken from a paycheck. They calculate rates and percentages and learn where the money goes after it leaves...

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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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#### Money Shirt

After learning how to create money pants, watch this video to learn how to make a matching shirt! Students demonstrate each step to create a money shirt.

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#### Money Pants

What are money pants? Watch this step-by-step video to learn how to fold a dollar bill into the shape of pants.

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#### Banking 4: Multiplier effect And the money supply

In the context of a discussion about real wealth versus the representation of wealth (money), Sal explains the multiplier effect and how 1000 pieces of gold can become 2710 pieces of gold. Viewers will appreciate the annotations and...

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#### What is Money?

Can you create money out of thin air? The Federal Reserve can, and that's one of the reasons for inflation! There are over 3,800 past examples of paper currency that no possess any value due to past bouts of inflation. This resource...

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#### International Currency Exchange

Students examine coins from around the world and write down their observations. As a class, they discuss the types of symbols used on the coins from different countries and locate the country on a map. To end the activity, they calculate...

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#### Financial Literacy: Money Attitudes Lesson Plan

Going once, going twice, sold! An auction provides class members with an opportunity to examine their attitudes toward money. After bidding on and purchasing items, individuals complete an attitude survey and then identify a goal that...

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#### Adding Coins

Here's a great way to get scholars drawing out math problems. This money math worksheet gives them five coins to start with. They find as many combinations of three as they can to create different totals. Two examples are given here, and...

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#### Real-life Problems, Money, and Weight

Solve five word problems involving money and weight. After studying the example at the top, which demonstrates how to write out the equation in a word problem, fourth graders work on adding large numbers in money and measurement. Here is...

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#### Money Can't Buy Everything: Writing Poetry

Explore consumerism by reading poetry. Learners define the terms synonym and antonym while utilizing a thesaurus to replace certain words in a money related poem. They then discuss the relationship between money, words, and happiness.

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#### Study Jams! Compare Money Amounts

Elementary money makers are walked through five steps to compare two different amounts. RJ speaks slowly as animations display his explanations. He compares the price of a New York magnet to the amount of money his cousin has on hand to...

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#### Column Subtraction - Money 3-digits Sheet 1

Elementary schoolers subtract 3-digit numbers representing money from each other. They complete 20 subtraction problems with decimals and regrouping.

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#### Saving Money 2

Adding money is a key skill in life. Give a worksheet that requires second graders to find the total amount of money Louis needs to make certain school supply purchases.

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#### Four Science Secrets About Money

Strange fact—most dollar bills have a trace of cocaine! Chemists can tell us many interesting facts about money. Science makes counterfeiting an almost impossible process. An installment of the ACS Reaction series explains these...

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#### Clean up the Money!

In this money worksheet, students fill up a grid with coins and then roll dice to get ordered pairs and take the money of the ordered pair that they roll. Students then add up their money in the end and see who wins.

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#### Identify Coins

Kill two birds with one stone (as they say). Your class can practice problem solving skills, basic addition and subtraction, as well as work on coin values. This worksheet includes six money related word problems to solve.

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#### Try a Money Bee for a "Change"

Pupils take the spelling bee format and adapt it to provide practice in making change and work on their money skills. They simulate the process of making purchases with money and making change as necessary to complete the purchase.

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#### What Can You Do With Money?

Students watch a Biz Kidz video about money, learn what they can do with money, and fill out worksheets on what they learn. Students learn about spending, saving, donating, and investing.

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#### Money Vocabulary

Explore the monetary system by completing worksheets in class. Learners will identify the monetary units of England and collaborate in groups to solve money word problems. They also identify several money-related vocabulary terms before...

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#### A Million Dollars

Could you carry a million dollars in $1 bills? As a middle school assessment task, learners investigate different questions regarding a million dollars. They then determine how long it would take to make a million dollars, how many...

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#### Lesson: More Than a Dollar's Worth of Meaning

The Chinese, Dish with the Eight Buddhist Emblems contains symbols and visual references for learners to explore. They search for Buddhist symbolism on the dish and then they use their observation skills to locate and explore the meaning...

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#### Coins!

A barber shop quartette sings a jolly song about coins. Each singer—dressed as coin—describes its name, value, and the president featured.

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#### Whole Number Division: Repaying Money

Mathematicians answer five word problems in an interactive practice all about repaying money using division. A calendar and moveable dollar bills aides participants in finding solutions to multiple-choice, fill-in-the-blank, and...

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#### Raising Money for a Startup

Sal's hypothetical company is selling socks online, and he must write a business plan. He discusses the basics of a start-up and assets development in a new corporation. Learners see through the case study how shareholders divide...

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#### Artist’s Challenge Coins

Make 'em, trade 'em, share 'em. Kids create artist's challenge coins to celebrate personal achievements, as mementos, or as encouragement. Originally designed for service personnel, these coins are a great way to recognize achievement.

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#### Making it Work Together: Money and Roommates

Balancing money and first-time roommates can feel like a daunting prospect. Support your class members in understanding how financial agreements between roommates function, as well as the underlying importance of how to communicate about...

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#### Unit 6 Test Review: Money & The Fed Test Review

Thirty-two study questions provide your economics class with the skills needed to pass a chapter exam. They work through each question to prepare for a test on the Fed and money.

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#### Rounding Money

Simplify money math with these 27 rounding practice problems, split into three sections. For the first part, scholars round nine money amounts to the nearest dollar. The next second has them round to the nearest 10 dollars, and finally...

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#### Money- Using R & R to Teach Mathematics

Second graders identify coins and their assigned value. For this economics lesson, 2nd graders practice using money, up to a dollar, by spending it on objects priced in the room. Students keep a record of how much they spent. Students...

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#### Money, Money, Honey Bunny!

Young scholars read a story about spending and saving money and talk about the difference between goods and services. In this money lesson plan, students also play a matching game to review the story and practice rhyming words from the...

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#### Thinking About Money

Students evaluate various approaches to spending money.In this spending money literacy lesson, students broaden their financial goals by reading "Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday" and "A Chair for My Mother."Students use a Venn...

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#### Money Subtraction (F)

In this money subtraction worksheet, students subtract three digit numbers that represent money amounts. Students subtract 20 money amounts to come up with a total.

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#### Money Place Value

Play this place value game with or with out the context of money. As your click-through the slides, numbers appear, learners use the numbers given to make the largest number to win. This game can be used to reinforce monetary value or...

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#### New $1 Coins Honor U.S. Presidents

Elementary schoolers examine money, then read a news article about new coins being produced by the U.S. Mint. The teacher introduces the article with samples of American money and a vocabulary activity, then students read the news piece...

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#### How Money is Created?

How much money exists if banks and governments can create it whenever needed? Truth be told, this number is constantly changing. This resource will support your learners' understanding of money circulation with its cartoon...

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#### Barter & Money

You want five pigs, but you only have four bails of hay. How will you manage to get your want? A great simulation begins this lesson into why the use of money has replaced the process of bartering. Then, after indulging in a comic book...

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#### How Does Money Laundering Work?

Is that dollar bill in your pocket part of a criminal enterprise? How can you tell? Learn about the fundamentals of money laundering in an informative video that focuses on Al Capone and his famous financial schemes, as well as how...

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#### Currency and the Fed

Students take a closer look at money. For this federal reserve lesson, students complete the provided handouts that require them to examine Federal reserve notes and discover details about the role of the Federal Reserve in the United...

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#### How Old is Your Money?

Elementary learners explore coin mint dates. First, they listen to the book Alexander Who Used to be Rich Last Sunday by Judith Viorst. They then sort a collection of coins according to their mint date and put them in order from oldest...

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#### Represent Quantities of Money by Using Diagrams

This is the fourth of five videos focusing on representing measurement quantities with diagrams. The parts of a fraction are reviewed, including numerators, denominators, and divisors. The lesson then walks through how two different...

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#### Money and Finance

Make the connection between money and exponential equations. Pupils continue financial lessons as they learn about compound interest in savings accounts. They extend the investigation of savings by looking at annuities, and then...

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#### Casting Coins

This wonderful art lesson invites students to design and “mint” coins bearing their own symbols. A simple carving andcasting process using Blick Wonder-Cut®linoleum and modeling clay is described in the plan. Coins can be one or 2-sided,...

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#### Paper Money of the Sung, Yuan, and Ming Dynasties

Why did the Chinese develop paper money? They were the first society to use paper currency. Learners consider why paper money was more convenient than other mechanisms of trade using a helpful lesson plan, which includes a graphic...

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#### Grade 2 Supplement Set A6 – Number and Operations: Money

Young scholars get familiar with money during this series of engaging math activities. A game has class teams accumulating money and using symbol and number cards to display their total amount correctly on a pocket chart. All the symbol...

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#### Making Money Work For You

Students differentiate between saving and investing money. In this algebra lesson, students compare different investment options, recognizing the risks and rewards of investing and integrate investing into their financial planning.

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#### History of Money and Banking in the U.S.

Learners analyze historical events leading up to the establishment of the Federal Reserve System. Students identify reasons for the lack of confidence in the U.S. banking system early in the nation's history. Learners evaluate the...

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#### Divide Money

For this dividing money worksheet, students solve 5 word problems in which sums of money are divided by single divisors. Students answer in dollars and cents.

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#### Subtract Money: Homework 22.5

In this subtracting money worksheet, learners solve 11 problems in which dollars and cents are subtracted. There will be regrouping on this page.

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#### Divide Money: Practice 22.8

In this dividing money worksheet, students solve 26 problems pertaining to the division of money. Included are input/output tables and some simple algebra equations. All divisors are single digit whole numbers and there will be no...

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#### Money Market and FED Tools (Monetary Policy)

Break down the money market graph step by step with your young economists, illustrating the general supply and demand of money, and discussing such points as the reasons why people demand money, liquidity, the shifting curve of the money...

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#### Margie Buys Apples

One of the most common, everyday applications of math is dealing with money. This single problem calculating how much change Margie receives is more involved than it appears at first glance. An understanding of how fractions and decimals...

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#### Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday

Using money as a context for teaching basic arithmetic is an excellent strategy for engaging young mathematicians. Following along with a class reading of the children's book Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich last Sunday by Judith Viorst,...

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#### Comparing Money Raised

How much money did Helen, Sandra, Nita, Luis, and Anthony raise? Compare their amounts with a task that asks learners to answer questions like how many times as much?

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#### Money Multiplier Practice

Now that your young economists have had an introduction to how the money multiplier affects money supply in general, use this instructional video to guide them in practicing how to calculate the change in money supply given difference...

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#### Saving Money 1

How many days will it take Louis to save enough money for school supplies and new pair of shoes? Focus on Common Core math standards with a two-part task that involves a word problem and counting manipulatives.

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#### Extended Performance Task Working with Money

Take a thorough look into your scholars' proficiency in working with money with an assessment that challenges young mathematicians to add, subtract, count, and compare.

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#### Media and Money: Crash Course Media Literacy

Money talks ... especially in the media world! How do finances influence the media we see? Answer that, and many other questions using a video in a media literacy series. The narrator discusses how economic reasons influence media...

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#### Making Money

Prepare your class for a life of financial literacy and stability with a unit about making money. Three lessons guides learners through the process of preparing a resume, interviewing for a job, and reading a pay stub.

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#### Money Math

Wouldn't your class members love to become millionaires? It doesn't happen overnight. Teach young entrepreneurs about personal finance and money management with a series of lessons focused on money math. Pupils learn about banking and...

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#### Fractions, Decimals, and Money

An assessment delivers a comprehensive look into scholars' knowledge of fractions, decimals, and money with the help of one performance task separated into four parts.

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#### Grant Proposals (Or Give Me the Money!)

To an outsider, it may seem like college research programs have a lot of money, but there's a lot of work that goes on behind the scenes to secure the funds. A handout on grant proposals, part of a series on specific writing assignments,...

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#### Currency Exchange Introduction

Learners are introduced to fluctuating currency exchange rates and the role therein of supply and demand. They understand the inverse relationship between supply and price based on these concepts, and view a hypothetical scenario...

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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 contains images and explanations on how one should count coins to add them up.

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#### Subtract Money: Practice 22.5

In this subtraction learning exercise, students solve 13 problems in which dollars and cents are subtracted with regrouping. There is also one story problem on the page.

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#### Printable Play Money

There are endless uses for printable play money in your classroom, and you'll definitely want to check out these well-designed, attractive printables to add to your bank of manipulatives.

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#### Inflation and Money

High schoolers examine the relationship between inflation and money. Defining key terms, they define money in terms of its functions and give examples of money. They discover what happens when inflation occurs unexpectedly. They also...

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#### Money Review: Worksheet 1

Challenge your class to twelve multiple choice problems, where they must choose the sequence of money amounts that are correctly listed from least to greatest and vice-versa. There are also eight other problems for mathematicians to fill...

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#### The Fed & Money Creation

Did you know that all dollars are loaned into existence? Despite seeming unconstitutional, the Federal Reserve has the option to create money whenever it deems necessary. Introduce your classroom to our current debt problems with this...

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#### A Brief History of U.S. Money

Did you know that each US dollar used to be backed by gold? When Richard Nixon slammed the gold window shut in 1971, US dollars were literally being made out of thin air. Now that our debt is soaring higher than ever before, what can be...

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#### Money, Money, Everywhere!

Pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars, dollars. Here's a comprehension worksheet that asks young readers to respond to a series of questions based on a passage about money.

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#### History of Money and Banking in the U.S.

Why was there a lack of confidence in the money and banking system of the early United States government? What historical events led to the establishment of the Federal Reserve System? Here you'll find reading materials and worksheets to...

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#### The Time Value of Money

Your car-loving or money-loving learners will enjoy this quick video on the time value of money (interest) presented in two scenarios about investing a bonus check to increase its future value in order to buy a favorite car. The formula...

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#### Weigh a Million Dollars with Your Mind

Ever wonder if you could carry a million dollars? A video tutorial uses money to demonstrate estimation calculations. Using known values, the narrator builds an approximation for the weight of a million dollars.

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#### Coins in a Circular Pattern

What starts as a basic question of division and remainders quickly turns abstract in this question of related ratios and radii. The class works to surround a central coin with coins of the same and different values, then develops a...

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#### Bunny Money

Teach your class about saving, spending, and goal setting with a story about a couple of bunnies who went shopping and related activities. Learners keep track of the bunnies' spending, practice identifying long- and short-term savings...

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#### Real-Life Problems: Money

Help your fourth graders become responsible consumers with this math learning exercise! They solve six word problems about buying toys using the four operations. An example at the top of the page helps pupils write out the necessary...

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#### Smart Money

Watch the money grow daily. Scholars tackle a problem to determine how much money they will have if a dollar grows at 10 percent compounded daily after a month. Using that knowledge, learners notice the difference between varying savings...

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#### Money Market

AP economics students take a closer look at one of the key graphs they will need to know for the big exam: the money market graph. A fantastic instructor discusses the definition of money and how it is distinguished from wealth and...

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#### Currency Effect on Trade

Delve deeper into currency exchange theory using Sal's hypothetical global trade scenario involving the Chinese Yuan and the US dollar. He references goods manufactured and sold in the countries using supply and demand principles,...

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#### Savvy Spending: Sharpening Money Decisions

Do you really need that new laptop/phone/dress/jacket/etc.? Financial decisions require us to distinguish between our wants and our needs. Through discussion and the evaluation of scenarios on provided worksheets, this resource will...

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#### 5 Coins and the Magic Doubling Pot

Don't be thrown off by the formatting here- the mathematical concept is solid. Learners read a story with a magic doubling pot that creates twice what is thrown into it. They first practice with an in-and-out chart, recording the result...

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#### Comparing Attitudes About Money

Students explore ways to save and spend money. In this financial awareness lesson, students read the book Alexander Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday and discuss ways the character handled his money. Students express the ways they would...

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#### Keeping Track of Our Money

Second graders complete activities to learn how to manage money. In this managing money lesson, 2nd graders read the book How the Second Grade Got $8,205.50 to Visit the Statue of Liberty and complete two related worksheets.

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#### Animal JR: Word Problems/Money

In this coin counting instructional activity, students draw the coins to illustrate the amount of money in each word problem. Students then write the monetary amount on the blank.

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#### Money Addition (F)

In this money addition practice worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to add 4-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (E)

In this money subtraction practice worksheet, learners solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 4-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (F)

In this money subtraction practice instructional activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (C)

In this money subtraction practice worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (F)

In this money subtraction worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to subtract Euro amounts in 2 cent increments.

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#### Money Addition (H)

In this money addition worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to add Euro amounts in 5 cent increments.

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#### Money Addition (I)

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#### Money Subtraction (G)

In this money subtraction worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to subtract Euro amounts in 10 cent increments.

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#### Money Subtraction (J)

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#### Money Addition (C)

In this money addition practice worksheet, learners use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to add Euro amounts.

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#### Money Addition (D)

In this money addition practice activity, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to add Euro amounts.

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#### Money Addition (E)

In this money addition practice instructional activity, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to add Euro amounts.

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#### Money Addition (H)

In this money addition practice worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to add Euro amounts.

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#### Money Addition (E)

In this money addition practice activity, students solve 20 problems that require them to add 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (I)

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#### Money Subtraction (E)

For this money subtraction practice worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (H)

In this money subtraction practice instructional activity, learners solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (J)

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#### Money Subtraction (F)

In this money subtraction practice worksheet, learners solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (G)

In this money subtraction practice learning exercise, students solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Addition (E)

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#### Money Subtraction (F)

In this money subtraction practice worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to subtract 4-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (D)

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#### Money Addition (J)

In this money addition practice worksheet, students solve 20 problems that require them to add 3-digit decimal numbers that represent Euro amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (I)

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#### Money Subtraction (G)

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#### Money Subtraction (J)

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#### Money Subtraction (D)

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#### Money Subtraction (G)

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#### Money Subtraction (H)

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#### Money Subtraction (E)

In this money subtraction worksheet, students use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to subtract dollar amounts.

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#### Money Subtraction (C)

In this money subtraction worksheet, learners use their math skills to solve 20 problems that require them to subtract dollar amounts.

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#### Money Word Problems

For this money word problem worksheet, students solve a total of 7 problems using addition, subtraction, multiplication or division. Answer and hints available on-line.

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#### Money Spent

In this addition worksheet, students calculate the answers to five multiple choice math problems involving spending money for certain items at a toy store.

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#### What can money tell us?

Students study the physical presence, imagery and written text on a reproduction of colonial currency. They apply their research to a modern day quarter to compare and contrast two coins. In addition, they design their own colonial...

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#### Budgeting Your Money

How do you make sure that your income doesn't disappear before you have a chance to save it? Use a creative budgeting activity to teach learners in both special education and mainstream classes how to keep track of their expenditures and...

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#### Revolutionary Money

Examine paper money from the American revolution! Historians study the paper bills and discuss the history of money. How has money changed over the times? Activities are included.

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#### Coin Counting

Cash in on a great resource. After watching a video of a coin counter, pupils estimate the number of coins and the amount of money they see. They then use additional given information and systems of equations to find the actual values.

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#### Count Coins and Bills

Lower graders recognize coins and paper money and understand its value. They participate in a variety of money problems to appreciate the value of money. Students add, subtract, chart and solve money problems.

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#### Multiply Money: Reteach 21.8

In this multiplying money learning exercise, students solve 12 problems in which dollars and cents are multiplied by single digits. There will be regrouping.

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#### Introduction to Money

Students explore the value of money. In this money value and counting money lesson, students review and identify the names and values of coins. Students glue paper coins to a hundreds chart on the matching value for 1-100. Students skip...

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#### Stamping Coins

Learners demonstrate that they can use a variety of coin combinations to make a single amount. They study all the ways to make 50 cents using coins using different coins.

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#### Identifying Coins and Their Value

Use the special Tennessee State Quarter as a learning tool. During this activity, discuss why the Tennessee Quarter has musical instruments on it. You can also utilize a worksheet embedded in the plan to help your class compose a song...

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#### Mental Money Addition

Counting money is fun for kids, increases their understanding of addition, and applies mathematics to real world situation. Here are five opportunities for learners to count up their pence and pounds to see how much money they have. Tip:...

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#### Column Subtraction Money Four Digits

In this column subtraction money four digit activity, learners rewrite the money subtraction problems into columns and work them out.

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#### Money Addition

In this money addition worksheet, students add money amounts containing three digit numbers and decimals. Students complete 30 problems on 20 pages.

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#### Column Subtraction: Money Three Digits

In this column subtraction of money with three digits activity, students solve twenty problems by using regrouping and keeping the decimals aligned.

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#### China buys US Bonds

Go further into depth with the China-United states trade scenario, this time investigating what the Chinese government does with the dollars they collect. Sal reminds scholars of why the Chinese Central Bank prints Yuan to purchase...

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#### Ten $10s Make $100

If ten $10s make $100, then how much money do twenty $10s make? Young bankers find the number of bills required to make base ten amounts in three different word problems.

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#### School Supplies

First graders are tasked to find the amount of money in dollars Pia came to the store with, after she bought five dollars worth of school supplies.

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#### Honors Economics: Test Review - Money & The Fed

Stocks, bonds, graphs, and The Fed are only a few of the topics covered in a solid study guide. There are graphs, quotes, and visual displays to review along with 35 study questions. This is intended for an honors class, but would be...

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#### End of Unit Assessment: Claims, Interactions, and Structure in “Is Money Affecting Your Social Status?”

New ReviewIt's not about the money. Scholars use the text Is Money Affecting Your Social Status? to complete their end-of-unit assessments. After finishing the assessment, they discuss how the text relates to their working definition of identity...

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#### Money Subtraction

In this money subtraction worksheet, students subtract four digit numbers that represent dollars and cents. Students subtract 20 problems of four digit numbers.

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#### The Berenstain Bears Trouble with Money

Students will explore good and services, income and saving listening to the story The B. Bears Trouble With Money. In this early economic instructional activity, students discuss what it means to earn money doing services and save money...

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#### Great Graph!

Here is a fantastic lesson counting coins, interpreting graphs, and the concept of "greater than" and "less than." Young mathematicians utilize worksheets embedded in the plan in order to practice these concepts. The worksheets are...

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#### The Free Silver Movement and Inflation

Why are US dollars no longer backed by gold and silver? What is our medium of exchange, and what would it be like to live in a barter economy? Learners consider these questions, as well as learn about the major historical events in the...

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#### So You Want to be a Millionaire - Enrichment 6.6

In this adding decimals worksheet, students solve a growing pattern that doubles. They start with 1 cent then double the amount of money each day for 30 days. Students keep a running total of the amount of money earned in 30 days and...

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#### Real-life Word Problems, Part 5

Bring these four word problems to your second grade class to reinforce addition, subtraction, and money math. The problems provide space to write out the proper equations, as well as separate areas to fill in the answers. Use these...

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#### Money Wise

Does money seem to slip through your middle schoolers' fingers? Encourage them to examine spending, saving, and budgeting habits with a unit on consumer skills and money management. Young spenders study the waste that occurs with school...

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#### Money: Bucks, Banks, and Business

Put economics and currency exchange rates into a real-world application kids can understand. They'll compare bus fares from various cities around the world. Each child selects three international cities to research. They determine the...

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#### Money Math

Is there a better, and more motivating, math manipulative than money? Kids love to use it, and it's a great teaching tool. Here, there are three good activities using coins. Learners create patterns, sort change, and have a...

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#### Understanding the Effects of Currency Exchangerates

Students examine the economic effects of a strong and weak U.S. dollar. They identify the currency used in countries which regularly trade with the U.S., discuss the pros and cons of a strong U.S. dollar, and calculate the prices in...

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#### ADULT ESOL LESSON PLAN--Concepts of Time and Money

Students identify different denominations of United States currency and symbols associated with money and reading prices. In addition, in pairs they identify examples of currency from newspapers and magazines.

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#### Money

Students read this informational passage about money and then answer 5 reading comprehension question and 5 vocabulary questions. The passage contains interesting information about the origin of money and would be good reading...

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#### Make a 10 With Coins

In this coin adding worksheet, students add the cent problems by making a 10 and drawing the coins that show the total amount. Students use stair steps to help find the totals. Students finish by finding the fewest number of coins they...

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#### My Test Book: Money Problems

In this online interactive math skills instructional activity, students solve 10 multiple choice math problems that regarding money. Students may view the correct answers.

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#### Money Mystery

In this money story problems worksheet, learners solve the 6 math riddles as they employ problem solving strategies to find the correct prices of each of the items.

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#### Counting Money (UK Pounds)

In this counting United Kingdom money practice worksheet, students examine 10 sets of coins. Students record the amount of money shown in each of the sets.

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#### Money Talks

Students examine paper money from the time of the American Revolution. They use the issue dates of the bills to construct a chronology of political changes during the Revolution.

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#### Add and Subtract Amounts of Money Reteach 15.5

In this adding and subtracting money worksheet, students solve 8 problems in which money amounts under one dollar are added or subtracted with regrouping.

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#### Currency Exchange

Middle schoolers investigate the currency exchange rate. In this middle school mathematics lesson plan, student use proportions to exchange between the U.S. dollar and the euro. Students come up with a product they would like to buy...

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#### TAKS Math Quiz-Currency Problems

In this TAKS math quiz worksheet, students take an online quiz focused on problems using currency. Quiz may be graded online by clicking a link.

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#### Divide Money

In this dividing money worksheet, students solve 12 problems in which money (decimal numbers to the hundredths place) is divided by a single digit whole number. There will be no remainders.

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#### Add and Subtract with Two-Digit Numbers and Money Amounts

Young mathematicians discover the rules for adding and subtracting two digit numbers. In this addition and subtraction lesson, 1st graders examine the procedure for math problems with two digit numbers. Finally, everyone takes part in a...

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#### Paper Money

Students investigate the concept of money and its images that are found around the world. They conduct research using a variety of resources while collecting different images to create examples of money. Students create copies of the...

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#### Column Addition: Money 3 Digits

Math whizzes solve 20 addition problems. Each problem has two money amounts being added together in vertically lined up columns.

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#### Column Addition Money Three-Digits 2

In this finding the sums of money problems worksheet, students add three-digit problems with decimals and regrouping. Students solve 20 problems.

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#### Menus & Money

Learners explore, examine and study how to strengthen their skills in writing, drawing and handling money at the same time. They assess how to open a pretend diner, pet shop or grocery store. Each student names their pretend...

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#### Keep the Currency

Each day, people throw currency away in different ways because of a lack of financial knowledge. Introduce your learners to the importance of financial literacy and assess their understanding of banking and personal finance.

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#### Coins in a Circle

Round and round you'll go! Learners watch as different-sized circles fill with coins. They collect data and then make a prediction about the number of coins that will fit in a large circular rug.

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#### China Pegs to Dollar to Keep Trade Imbalance

Continuing from the previous video, Sal reviews the China-US trade relationships and the floating currency scenario that should leave the dollar weaker and the Yuan stronger. He explains the reason the People's Bank of China doesn't want...

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#### Money Word Problems: English Pounds and Pence

In this money word problems activity, students solve 10 story problems in which mixed operations are used. The money and measurement systems are English: pounds and pence.

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#### Dollars and Cents

I do, we do, you do! Get counting coins with your first graders. Included here are four questions where students must count dollars and cents to determine an amount. This is a well-orchestrated activity that allows you the opportunity to...