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4th Grade Math: Arithmetic With Money - Chapter Summary
In this chapter, our instructors have built informative lessons to show your 4th grade students about arithmetic with money. Our lesson materials keep students excited about learning, because we use an interactive format. Short video lessons entertain and educate learners. Article-style lessons use plenty of visual aids to demonstrate step-by-step strategies for solving math problems. It only takes a matter of minutes to complete each lesson, so young learners will get a boost to their confidence when they see how much progress they have made in such a short amount of time.
- Exchange and counting up to $100
- Subtracting and adding amounts of money
- Multiplying money by decimals and whole numbers
- Dividing amounts of money
- Solving money-based word problems
1. How to Count & Exchange Money Up to $100: Lesson for Kids
Think about buying a toy. You don't always have the exact amount of money to give the cashier. In this lesson, you will learn how to count and make change for money up to $100.
2. Adding & Subtracting Money Amounts
Some people say money makes the world go around, but as this lesson demonstrates, money gets added and subtracted, just like anything else. Using the example of an allowance, we'll see how adding and subtracting money is really quite simple.
3. Multiplying Money by Whole Numbers & Decimals
Want to find out how much you and your friends can spend on a party if you all have the same amount of money? Or maybe you'd want to buy investments one day in hopes of being rich! In either event, you'll need to know how to multiply money.
4. Dividing Money Amounts
I'll be honest, dividing money is normally not as fun as multiplying money. After all, it's hard to let your hard-earned cash get reduced so quickly! However, this lesson shows how dividing money can help make sure you get the best deal on cookies and avoid getting ripped off.
5. Solving Word Problems with Money
Using money is an important skill that you'll use your whole life. Nearly every transaction that you do that involves money can be thought of as a word problem. In this lesson, you'll learn how to solve word problems that involve money.
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Other chapters within the 4th Grade Math course
- 4th Grade Math: Numbers & Number Sense
- Multiples of Whole Numbers
- 4th Grade Math: Understanding Fractions
- 4th Grade Math: Understanding Decimals
- 4th Grade Math: Addition & Subtraction
- 4th Grade Math: Multiplication Strategies & Mental Math
- 4th Grade Math: Understanding Division
- 4th Grade Math: Word Problems & Equations
- 4th Grade Math: Lines, Angles & Shapes
- 4th Grade Math: Measurement Units & Conversions
- 4th Grade Math: Measurement Problems
- 4th Grade Math: Representing Data