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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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#### 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 Math Match

Students 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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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#### 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 instructional activity into why the use of money has replaced the process of bartering. Then, after indulging...

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#### Expected Value: Game of Chance

Determine whether the payoff is worth it. Pupils calculate the expected value of a game with three different payoff levels. Each level has a different probability of winning money. The scholars find the expected payoffs for each level...

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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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#### 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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#### Place Value of Decimal Numbers

Students name the place value of decimals. In this decimal activity, students look at a decimal chart with values to the millionths and they say the place value for certain numbers. They write the fraction that matches the decimal.

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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

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

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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#### Number Value Assessment

Quiz your second graders with this set of math worksheets involving place value, word problems, number sequence, greater than/less than, coin value, expanded form, and much more! Most have multiple choice answers provided, and generally...

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#### Illustrating Values

Collaborators create a presentation, poster, or a simple diagram to demonstrate a positive and negative number range. What makes this vivid is that sea level is zero and the values are altitudes at which various animals live, both above...

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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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#### Place Value

A good lesson on place value awaits your young mathematicians. Working in pairs, they make models of whole numbers that show tens and ones. After a review of the ones and tens place values, they utilize unifix cubes on an educational...

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#### How Do You Round a Decimal to a Given Place Value?

Rounding numbers is an essential skill to have for all math classes. Sometimes those decimal numbers are just too big, and sometimes an answer should only be given out to the hundredths (like money). So watch this video to see the rules...

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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...