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## 3. Student Learning Map

- Topic:4- Money
- Subject(s):Math

- Days:17
- Grade(s):2

There are many ways to represent the same amount of money.

How do I identify coins and determine their value?

(A)What is the relationship between counting coins and place value?

(A)How do I compare and order sets of coins?

(A)How do I show the same amount of money using different amounts of coins up to one dollar?

(A)How do I use addition and subtraction to make change?

(A)How do I show the same amount of money using different amounts of bills up to one hundred dollars?

(A)What strategies can I use when determining the correct amount of change when using addition and subtraction?

(constructing support with justification; i.e. I bought a pencil for .00, an eraser for $.50, and a marker for $.25. If I have a .00 bill, a .00 bill, and a .00 bill which bill would be the logical payment choice? What will my change be for the payment choice?)

(ET)penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, dollar, bills, dollar sign, cent, decimal point, amount, coins

manipulatives

NCTM Process Standards (located in Public Folders)