Carnival Coins: How Will We Count Our Money?
"A penny saved is a penny earned. Have you ever heard this saying before? Do you know how much money a penny is worth? In this book you will learn about types of money along with a group of friends going to a carnival. Concepts include the differences between bills and coins, how to read and write dollars and cents, and how to count money. Readers will also learn how to count on with ones and skip counting, and the value of saving money. Don't forget, spend wisely!"
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100 pennies Animal Fair answers arrow Ask an adult balloons blanks carnival cents chart clay Coins and bills coins worth column Copper costs 50 Count Coins count money count on forward Count Our Money dimes dish makers dollar example face painted forward or backward friends want games and ride Gomez says Here’s Idea Jack and Keisha Jack says Keisha and Jack Keisha says Let’s Look Lots Math metal monk nickels one-dollar bill ORWOODORWOODHOUSEOUSEPRESSRESS N ORWOODORWOODHOUSEOUSEPRESSRESS paper park pennies left piggy bank pile play pygg quarter raised edge ride costs roller coaster Rosa asks Rosa says Rosa’s says Jack says Rosa set of coins skip count song Spending stuffed toy subtraction problem sucker take money things ticket twenty-five upsetting machine want to go What’s Win a stuffed workers sell write yells