Ch 27: 5th Grade Math: Money

Use the video lessons in this Money chapter to teach your 5th grade students how to do addition and subtraction with various money amounts. You can also teach them to solve word problems and to calculate the unit price of merchandise. Learning tools include a chapter exam and video transcripts.

Money - Chapter Summary

This Money chapter helps 5th grade students solve mathematical money problems. The informative online video lessons in this chapter aim to teach students about the value of money as well as how to perform basic arithmetic operations with it. Your students can learn to make comparisons between bill money and coins, and they can learn to find an item's sale price. Give the multiple-choice quizzes at the end of a lesson to gauge your students' knowledge.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
Coins: Number Value and Letter Name Students learn to properly identify quarters, dimes, pennies and nickels.
How to Find the Missing Coin Instructors demonstrate tips for finding missing coins.
Adding and Subtracting Money Amounts Students complete addition and subtraction problems as well as word problems involving money amounts.
Multiplying Money by Whole Numbers and Decimals This lesson shows students how to multiply money amounts by decimals or whole numbers.
Comparing Two Sets of Money Students compare sets of bills and coins, and calculate which has the largest monetary value.
Solving Word Problems with Money Instructors provide tips for solving word problems with bills and coins.
Unit Price of Items and Total Cost In this lesson, students are given a unit cost and asked to determine an item's total price.
How to Calculate Sales Price Students learn how to calculate an item's sales price.

3 Lessons in Chapter 27: 5th Grade Math: Money
Test your knowledge with a 30-question chapter practice test
Chapter Practice Exam
Test your knowledge of this chapter with a 30 question practice chapter exam.
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Practice Final Exam
Test your knowledge of the entire course with a 50 question practice final exam.
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