Friday, November 14, 2014
Coins, Part Three: A Dime = 10 Cents
Here is the dime if you wish to include it in your study of money and counting. The worksheet below is full size. Just click and save to print it out.
First, have the children color the dimes.
Next, have them write 10 cents on each coin. *Note: Having them chant, "A dime equals ten cents." every time they write it helps them remember.
Finally, see if they can group the dimes into sets of 10. Emphasize that 10 dimes equals 1 dollar. There are 40 dimes, so they will end up with 4 sets, or 4 dollars.
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counting by 5s and 10s
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