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Are More Coins
More?
This teaches an important but critical
concept for anyone
learning about counting coins:
that having more coins does not
mean that you have more money.
Instructions: the students should
write both the amount of
money AND the number of coins for both
column A and column B
for each of the questions.
Next ask the students to place a circle around
the amount for
the coins that are worth more (for choice A or
B). Also have them
circle the larger coin number. Finally,
ask them to circle both the amount
and the number of coins if a set of coins is
worth more AND has fewer
coins than the other set.
Since these worksheets are random, you may want
to "refresh"
them a few times to get the worksheet that you
like (with
a good mix of coins that are fewer but worth
more).
LEVEL 1
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Are
More Coins More? (pennies and nickels)
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Are
More Coins More? (nickels and dimes)
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Are
More Coins More? (dimes and quarters)
LEVEL 2
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Are
More Coins More? (all coins)
