Student Instructions

### Workplace 1H: Which Coin Will Win?

Click on Click on your name. Use the to click on the video to watch how to play the game. Use the to click on PLAY and click on the picture to go to the game. Come back to Seesaw to REFLECT on your math game. REFLECT by recording yourself using the or . Share what you learned from the game. Then use the to circle if this was a thumbs up, thumbs to the side or thumbs down game for you. Click to submit your work. Families: In 1st grade, students work on identifying and counting coins. In this game, students work with pennies and nickles and practice identifying the coins with both sides (heads and tails) as well as counting by 1s and 5s to collect their total value of money. Here are some helpful poems or chants to help your child remember the coins and their values. For this game the focus is on Pennies and Nickles, but later in the year students will work with all coins. Pennies are worth 1 cent: "Penny, penny, easily spent. Copper brown and worth one cent." Nickles are worth 5 cents: "Nickle, nickle thick and fat, you're worth five cents, I know that." Dimes are worth 10 cents: "Dime, dime little and thin. I remember you're worth 10." Quarters are worth 25 cents: "Quarter, quarter big and bold, you're worth 25 that's what I'm told."