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Ch 30: Money

About This Chapter

Use the brief video lessons in this chapter to help 3rd through 5th graders learn about calculations involving money. Check the students' comprehension of the subject with quizzes at the end of each lesson.

Money - Chapter Summary

Supplement the information on money that your 3rd through 5th grade student is learning in the classroom with this series of engaging video lessons. Students will get practice in naming coins and identifying their values as well as determining what coin is needed to equal a given amount. Other lessons cover concepts such as unit prices and sales prices. Students can assess their knowledge with quizzes at the end of each video.

Chapter Lessons and Objectives

Lesson Objective
Coins: Number Value and Letter NameStudents learn to identify pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters and determine their monetary value.
How to Find the Missing CoinInstructors show how to determine which coin is missing in order to equal a certain amount of money, with examples.
Adding and Subtracting Money AmountsStudents learn to add and subtract with money and get practice with word problems.
Multiplying Money by Whole Numbers and DecimalsThis lesson shows students how to use whole numbers and decimals when multiplying with money.
Comparing Two Sets of MoneyStudents will look at two sets of coins and bills and see how to determine which has the larger value.
Solving Word Problems with Money Instructors will go over word problems that involve collections of coins and bills.
Unit Price of Items and Total CostThis lesson covers the definition of unit price, why it is useful and how to calculate the total cost of items when the unit price and quantity are stated.
How to Calculate Sales PriceStudents will learn to figure the sales price of an item, working sample problems for practice.

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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