Counting Money Grade 3-5

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Counting Money
Grade
Level:
3-5
Subject: Math
Prepared By: Alysia Chatman
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TEKS Content Standards Addressed
Objectives
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TEKS Technology Applications Standards Addressed
Teacher Guide (what will
you do)
Student Guide (what will
students do)
1. Students will be able to identify
coin/money values.
2. Students will be able to write
amounts of money.
Time

Anticipatory set
One to
class
period
Materials Needed
Objectives
Time
Teacher Guide (what will
you do)
Instructional activity
(Describe the activities to
be used to engage the
students in meeting the
objective)
1. Read "Smart" by Shel
Silverstein from Where the
Sidewalk Ends. Did the
character in the poem
know money values?
2. Ask how many of them
think they can count
money really well, and how
many think they could
improve with some
practice.
3. State objective: We're
going to be working on
money this week and
today you will learn how to
count money.
Evaluation
(Steps to check for
student understanding)
1. Listen for student
responses during wholeclass questioning.
2. Have students record
answers to class questions
on a spreedsheet. Check
responses.
3. Use every pupil response
activities to determine
which students
understand.
Reflection
(Was the lesson successful?
What were the successes
and failures? What was the
student's reaction?)
Student Guide (what will
students do)
Materials Needed
1. Give the class fake bills and
coins to cut out and keep in an
envelope throughout the unit.
(Bills were copied onto green
construction paper, and coins
were copied onto yellow
construction paper.)
2. Tell them to count how much
change they have and record
their answer as #1 on their
spreedsheet.
3. Continue with questions. (See
Process Questions, next.)
Choose volunteers to
demonstrate and explain how
they got their answers.
Other Resources
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Clean sheet of
paper
Pencil
Scissors
Instructional
Location
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