Standards with the same topic and subject but for other grades
Count the value of collections of coins and bills up to $5.00.
counting on, using coins and bills (e.g., starting with the amount to be paid (purchase price));
The student will determine, by counting, the value of a collection of bills and coins whose total value is $5.00 or less, compare the value of the bills and coins, and make change.
Understand that a collection of coins and bills has a value that can be counted.
Emphasis is placed on the verbal expression of the symbols for cents and dollars (e.g., $0.35 and 35¢ are both read as “thirty-five cents”; $2.00 is read as “two dollars”).
Count a randomly placed collection of pennies and/or nickels (or models of pennies and/or nickels) whose value is 10 cents or less, and determine the value of the collection.
Use the cent (¢) and dollar ($) symbols and decimal point (.) to write a value of money which is $2.00 or less. (b)
Use the cent (¢) and dollar ($) symbols and decimal point (.) to write a value of money which is $2.00 or less.
Describe the attributes (e.g., color, relative size) of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.
The money system used in the United States consists of coins and bills based on relationships involving ones, fives, and tens. The dollar is the basic unit.