Carnival Coins: How Will We Count Our Money?
"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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