# Lesson Plans

## Coin Motion

Students will recognize coins and their values and count coin groups.
Subject: Math

## Pennies and Nickels and Dimes Oh, My!

Students will play a game in which they determine the number of cents (pennies) that equal a nickel, dime, and quarter. The students will also identify which set of coins has more, fewer, or the same amount while also counting each collection and writing the corresponding value.
Subject: Math

## George’s Place

Students will solve story problems involving money. They will use higher level critical thinking skills to develop their own strategies for solving the problems.
Subjects: Math, History & Government

## A Tale of Two Quarters

Students will begin to understand how money passes through many different hands. Students will explore plot organization by designing a flow chart for a story about money changing hands.
Subjects: Coins & Mint, History & Government

Students will use addition to determine values of coin combinations.
Subject: Math

## Tip the Scales

Using coins as the standard of measure, students will estimate and check weights of classroom objects.
Subject: Math

## Money Match

Students review coin identification and learn the value of each coin.
Subject: Math

## How Much?

Students will solve story problems that involve addition, subtraction,multiplication, and division with decimals. Students will representparts of a dollar as a fraction, a decimal, and a percentage.