Carnival Coins: How Will We Count Our Money?

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Norwood House Press, 2012 - Business & Economics - 24 pages
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"The mathematical concepts of money, value, and counting dollars and cents are introduced as children attend a local carnival. Readers learn the differences between bills and coins, and are taught to skip count, count on, and compare values. This book includes a discovery activity, a history connection, and mathematical vocabulary introduction"--Provided by publisher.
 

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Contents

How Much Money Is It?
6
A Handful of Money
8
Lets Count Our Money
9
Reading and Writing Money
12
Connecting to History
13
Math at Work
15
At the Carnival
16
The Last Ride
20
What Comes Next?
21
Glossary
22
Further ReadingAdditional Notes
23
Index
24
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Donna Loughran lives in Austin, TX.

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