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Money: Combinations of Bills & Coins
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What you will learn from this videoWhat you will learn
- How to combine up to 4 types of coins.
- How to combine dollar bills with coins.
- How this knowledge can help us buy cotton candy, air rockets and even pets!
- Discussion Questions
Before Video
How many cents are in a penny? Nickel? Dime? Quarter? Dollar?ANSWER1, 5, 10, 25, 100.
100, 20, 10, 4.
40 cents, 10 cents, 75 cents.
5 dimes, 2 quarters; 2 quarters is fewer coins.
$5. I can use coins of a greater value, or 5 dollar bills.
After Video
I need to buy an apple that costs 45¢. What is the first type of coin I should use?ANSWERQuarters.
Start with the dollar first, 1 dollar bill. Next, look at the greatest-valued coin, a quarter. Now you have $1.25, so you also need 1 nickel.
First, choose 2 dollar bills. Then, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 1 nickel, and 3 pennies.
Dimes are the next biggest coin, so Joanna should start there: 7 dimes and 1 nickel.
She can use 4 dollar bills, 19 nickels, and 4 pennies.
- Vocabulary
- Coin DEFINE
Money that is made of metal.
- Bill DEFINE
Money that is made of paper.
- Penny DEFINE
A coin worth 1 cent.
- Nickel DEFINE
A coin worth 5 cents.
- Dime DEFINE
A coin worth 10 cents.
- Quarter DEFINE
A coin worth 25 cents.
- Dollar bill DEFINE
A bill that is worth one dollar.
- Coin DEFINE
- Reading Material
- Practice Word Problems
- Practice Number Problems
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