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    Counting coins: Use a hundred chart to help students count coins. Have students place coins on the correct number. For instance, given 3 dimes and 1 nickel, students would place dimes on 10, 20, 30 and the nickel on 35. The last coin tells students how much money they have altogether.Mathwire.com | Money Activities & Strategies

  • Jacqueline Barkley

    Using the Hundred Board to Count Money Hundred Chart: students who confidently use the hundred chart and its patterns to solve problems can utilize this tool to work with coins:  Counting coins: Use a hundred chart to help students count coins. Have students place coins on the correct number. For instance, given 3 dimes and 1 nickel, students would place dimes on 10, 20, 30 and the nickel on 35. The last coin tells students how much money they have altogether. This method i

  • Julie Christensen-Brisbois

    Great ideas for teaching money! Use a hundred chart to help students count coins. Have students place coins on the correct number. For instance, given 3 dimes and 1 nickel, students would place dimes on 10, 20, 30 and the nickel on 35. The last coin tells students how much money they have altogether.

  • Kristin Wilhelm Jordan

    lots of good ideas for teaching kids to count coins

  • Esther Nemuras

    math activities and strategies-Using a hundreds chart for teaching money; games you can make and technology linked games

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