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Money Masters

Help Alexander! Your Job Things You Need What You Do Money Master’s Challenge How Did You Do? Money Master! Teacher Notes Standards Citations. A WebQuest for 2nd Grade Math: Counting Money Designed by – Melissa LaBounty m_labounty@pv.noacsc.org

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Money Masters

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  1. Help Alexander! Your Job Things You Need What You Do Money Master’s Challenge How Did You Do? Money Master! Teacher Notes Standards Citations A WebQuest for 2nd Grade Math: Counting Money Designed by – Melissa LaBounty m_labounty@pv.noacsc.org EDTL 680 – Information Literacy for Teaching and Learning – Summer 2007 Based on a template from The WebQuest Page Money Masters

  2. Help Alexander! Alexander loves money and loves to count it! But, Alexander has already spent all of his money! Can you help him find more money to count? Home

  3. Your Job Becoming a Money Master is hard work but I know you will be able to do it! You will get to become a Banker, a Cashier, and a Customer! You will get to count money and even buy some things to practice! Make sure you know what each coin looks like and how much it is worth because that is important information you will need to know! Get ready because you are on your way to becoming a Money Master! Home

  4. Things You Need • To complete this WebQuest, you will need: • Children’s book Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday by: Judith Viorst • Computer with Internet access • Money manipulatives • Printer access Home

  5. What You Do • You will do these steps together as a class: • What did Alexander do with all of his allowance? Do you think he made good choices with his money? • Read the children’s book Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday by: Judith Viorst • Alexander spent the money his Grandparents gave him. But do you know how a coin is made? • Read this fun interactive story to find out how the United States Mint makes a coin! Birth of a Coin Home Continue…

  6. What You Do • Now that you know how a coin is made, learn a little bit more about counting coins so you can help Alexander next time! • You will now become a… • Banker • Is your bank taking real United States money? Make sure by clicking on this link and helping match the coins. Be careful, some can be tricky! The Coin Memory Game • Customer • Have you ever wanted to buy something like Alexander did? Did you have enough money? You are going to buy a card for someone but before you can buy it, you have to create it! Each picture you choose costs money. Make sure you don’t run out of money like Alexander did! Create-A-Card • Cashier • Do you know how to count the change a customer gives you? Play this game to help you practice! As the cashier, you are going to help Plinky the Pig count enough coins to total $5.00. Be careful though, if you don’t get the coins on the ship in time, the sea monster will attack your ship! Dollar Dive Home

  7. Money Master’s Challenge • Now that you have become a Money Master, complete this learning activity and give your answers to your teacher. • Complete these search steps: • Go to the INFOhio page • If prompted, enter username and password. If you do not know your username and password, contact your media specialist or teacher. • Choose the Resources for Grades K-5 button. • Choose the Searchasaurus button. • Click on the Science and Math Dinosaur. • Choose the Math button. • Under the Find text bar type in the title: $ister $ents, push Enter • Choose the PDF Full Text version. • Print the article. • Click on the picture of the printer at the top of your page • When your printer box pops up, push OK • Complete the money math questions with your math partner. • Now for fun, also try these Money Master challenge games and see how well you do! • Puzzle Mint- Ohio’s Quarter • Break the Bank! • Golden Dollar Puzzle Home

  8. How Did You Do? Home

  9. Money Master! Congratulations! You are now a Money Master and know how to count your money! Make sure you don’t spend it all in one place like Alexander did! Home

  10. Standards • Ohio Academic Content Standards • Mathematics Grade 2: • Number, Number Sense, and Operations • Determine the value of a collection of coins and dollar bills. • Make change using coins for values up to one dollar. • Represent and write the value of money using the ¢ sign and in decimal form when using the $ sign. • Language Arts Grade 2: • Reading Process: Concepts of Print, Comprehension Strategies, and Self-Monitoring Strategies • Compare and Contrast information in texts with prior knowledge and experience. • Communication: Oral and Visual • Follow Multi-step directions. • Research • Acquire information, with teacher assistance, from multiple sources and collect data about the topic. • Ohio Academic Content Standards for Technology • Technology and Information Literacy/Internet Concepts • Use teacher or librarian selected websites to find information or learn new things. • Use browser tools and buttons such as • Forward and back button • Home button • Choose a link from the bookmarks or favorites list • Guidelines for Effective School Library Media Programs in Ohio • Information literacy/Library Awareness • Understand that the library media center has materials that everyone may use. • Participate in literacy-enrichment activities. Home

  11. Teacher Notes • Complete the first two steps of the process as a whole-group activity to develop an understanding of the student’s background knowledge of money. This will also help you determine the students who may need a partner or which students might work well together based on their understanding of money. • Additional activities may be completed with the book Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday by: Judith Viorst • Some suggestions might be: • Create a group of items available for the students to ‘rent.’ Give each student a dollar and have the students count out the money to the teacher or a fellow student for the ‘rented’ item. Next, have the students count the remaining money. Students may wish to rent another item or save their remaining money. • Have students act out the book by letting them spend Alexander’s money • Help your students with accessing the Money Master’s Challenge learning activity with these notes. • Make sure when searching for the article, money signs ($) are used for the first letters of each word to ensure you are retrieving the correct article. • To type a dollar sign ($) hold down your Shift key and type the number 4 Home

  12. Citations Books • Viorst, J. (1978). Alexander, who used to be rich last Sunday. New York: Aladdin Paperbacks. Websites • Birth of a Coin (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/cartoons/birthOfACoin/ • Break the Bank (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/campCoin/ collectorsWorkshop/getAClue/case09/ • Create-a-Card (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/games/plinkysCreateACard/ • Dollar Dive (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/games/dollarDive/ • Golden Dollar Puzzle (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/games/goldenDollarPuzzle/ • Puzzle Mint (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/games/puzzleMint/ • Searchasaraus (2007) Retrieved July 16, 2007, from the Information Network for Ohio Schools Site. http://www.infohio.com. • The Coin Memory Game (n.d.) Retrieved July 17, 2007 from The United States Mint Web site http://www.usmint.gov/kids/games/coinMemoryGame/ Home Continue…

  13. Citations Clipart • Quarter Pile. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033 • Two Quarters and aTwenty Dollar Bill. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en-us/clipart/ FX101321031033.aspx?pid= CL100570201033 • One Hundred Dollar Bill Pile. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033 • Broken Penny Rolls. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033 • Walking Penny. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033 • Rotating Quarter. (n.d.) Microsoft Office Online Clipart Gallary. Retrieved July 26, 2007, from the World Wide Web http://office.microsoft.com/en- us/clipart/FX101321031033.aspx?pid=CL100570201033 Home

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