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Module 3. Lesson 10. Objectives. Explore \$1,000. How many \$10 bills can we change for a thousand dollar bill?. Warm up. Count and change coins from 85 to 105 cents. Is a dime like 1 one, 1 ten, or 1 hundred?. Is a penny 1 one 1 ten or a 1 hundred?. Warm up.

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### Module 3

Lesson 10

Objectives
• Explore \$1,000. How many \$10 bills can we change for a thousand dollar bill?
Warm up
• Count and change coins from 85 to 105 cents.

Is a dime like 1 one, 1 ten, or 1 hundred?

Is a penny 1 one

1 ten or a 1 hundred?

Warm up
• Count and change coins from 85 to 105 cents.

The new value of our money is…

Whisper

the new value to your partner

Warm up

How can we reduce the number of coins without changing the value?

Warm up

GREAT JOB!

Warm up: Happy Counting!
• Skip-Count by Tens: up and down between 0 and 1,000
• Watch my fingers to know if we are going count up or down.
• Remember that a closed hand means stop.
• Let’s start at 560.
Math Story

Jerry is a second grader. He was playing in the attic and found an old, dusty trunk. When he opened it, he found things that belonged to his grandfather. There was a cool collection of old coins and bills in an album. One bill was worth \$1,000. Wow! Jerry lay down and started daydreaming. He thought about how good it would feel to give as many people as he could a ten dollar bill. He thought about how he felt on his birthday last year when he got a card from his uncle with a ten dollar bill inside.

Math Story continued

But even more, he thought about how lucky he felt one snowy, cold day walking to school when he found ten dollar bill in the snow. Maybe he could quietly hide the ten dollar bills so that lots of people could feel as lucky as he did on that cold day! How thought to himself, “I wonder how many ten dollar bills are equal to a thousand dollar bill? I wonder how many people I could bring a lucky day to?

Let’s Solve it
• Summarize the story to your partner as best as you can from beginning to end.
• Now you will work with you partner to answer Jerry’s question.What was his question?
• You will have 20 minutes to work with your partner. At the end of the 20 minutes you will do a gallery walk and see how everyone did their work.
• You will do your work on your problem set practice sheet.
Finished Early?
• What if Jerry’s grandfather took the thousand dollar bill to the bank and changed it for some ten dollar bills and one hundred dollar bills. Then he gave Jerry and his sister each one hundred dollars, how much money will he have left?