In this lesson, students will learn how to count bills and coins up to $20 efficiently. The lesson will model how to do this. Then, students will use those strategies to count money.

Standards

CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.8

Learning objective

Students will be able to add coins and bills up to $20.

Introduction

Students will match the item's prices with the written values (e.g., "$2.75" to "2 dollars and 75 cents"). Being able to count money is important; for example, it will help students know how much change they should get back.

Instruction

Students will review the dollar sign and that it signifies a monetary amount will follow the symbol. The lesson will model the steps to adding up coins and bills: count the bills and then the coins. Count the largest numbers first.

Students will put a group of bills and coins in order from the most value to the least value. Then the lesson will model step-by-step the order in which students should count the money. Students will then answer multiple-choice questions about how much money is shown. They will be encouraged to reflect on how they arrived at their answer.

Quiz

Review counting money with 3 questions. Students will count some bills and coins and type in their answers. They will also solve a word problem and tell how much money Mary saved.

Closing

Students will recall the strategies for counting money that they learned in this lesson. They will then count 3 groups of bills and coins and match receipts to those values.

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