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Ms. Shapiro

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Counting Coins Using a 100 Chart

Tap Tap play to watch an example. Tap the number generator and then tap pause to tell you how many dimes to move to the 100 chart. You will begin counting by 10's. Tap the number generator and then tap pause to tell you how many nickels to move to the 100 chart. You will continue counting by 5's. Then, tap the number generator and then tap pause to tell you how many pennies to move to the 100 chart. You will continue counting by 1's. Tap the and the to point while you count aloud. Tap the and double tap in the box to type how much money you have in all. You can practice on the additional pages. Tap when you are done.

1st Grade, 2nd Grade, Math
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Activity created by Stacey Shapiro. TEKS MA.1.4C: count by twos/fives/tens to find value of a collection of coins MA1.5C: use relationships to determine the number that is 10 more or 10 less