1. Slide

60 seconds

Quarters

2. Slide

60 seconds

Before we start, lets review

3. Drawings

90 seconds

Draw a coin that is worth 10 cents

4. Drawings

90 seconds

Draw a coin that is worth 5 cents

5. Drawings

210 seconds

Using pennies, nickels, and dimes, draw coins to represent 45 cents.

6. Drawings

120 seconds

How much money is below?

7. Drawings

120 seconds

How much money is below?

8. Slide

60 seconds

9. Slide

60 seconds

What is a quarter?

10. Slide

60 seconds

A quarter is worth 25 cents. Quarters are larger than other coins we have counted so far.

What is a quarter?

11. Slide

60 seconds

Quarters have two sides: heads

12. Slide

60 seconds

and tails

13. Poll

20 seconds

How much is a quarter worth?

- twenty-five cents
- ten cents
- five cents
- one cent

14. Poll

20 seconds

How many quarts equal $1?

- 5
- 4
- 3
- 2

15. Word cloud

60 seconds

How much is this worth?

16. Word cloud

60 seconds

How much is this worth?

17. Slide

60 seconds

Things to remember: Start by counting the coin that has the greatest value. Pay attention to the coin that you are counting and how much that coin is worth. Double check your work!!

Now let's count with other coins

18. Drawings

120 seconds

Write how much money you see.

19. Drawings

120 seconds

Write how much money you see.

20. Drawings

120 seconds

Write how much money you see

21. Drawings

180 seconds

Brian buys a water for 75 cents using three quarters. What is another way he could have paid for the water?

22. Poll

20 seconds

How do you feel about counting money?

- I got this!!
- I am pretty good!
- I need some help.
- I do not understand.

23. Slide

60 seconds

Take our your workbooks and complete independent practice on page 491. If you finish early, try the problems on page 492.

Now let's practice!

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