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Money. Georgia Performance Standards. M2N1 . Students will use multiple representations of numbers to connect symbols to quantities c. Use money as a medium of exchange. Make change and use decimal notation and the dollar and cent symbols to represent the collection of coins and currency.

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georgia performance standards
Georgia Performance Standards
  • M2N1. Students will use multiple representations of numbers to connect symbols to quantities
  • c. Use money as a medium of exchange. Make change and use decimal notation and the dollar and cent symbols to represent the collection of coins and currency.
essential question
Essential Question
  • Can I correctly make change and represent the amount correctly?
review coins
Review Coins

The Penny The dime

is 1 cent is 10 cents

The nickel The quarter

is 5 cents is 25 cents

symbols
Symbols
  • Dollar symbol
  • Cent symbol
money amounts
Money Amounts
  • .50¢

.81¢

  • .72¢
how much
How Much?
  • ¢.50 I gave ¢.60 I get ¢10 back
  • ¢.60-¢.50=¢.10
how much1
How Much?
  • ¢.75 I gave $1.00 I got back

¢.25

$1.00-¢.75=¢.25

how much2
How much?
  • ¢.84 I gave ¢.98 I get back ¢.14

¢.98-¢.84=¢.14

websites
Websites
  • http://www.ixl.com/math/grade-2/identify-names-and-values-of-common-coins-bills
  • http://justkidsgames.com/play.php?MakingChange