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  • Money Group Fox Trot Jessica Godbee April Hanna Becky Hare
  • Target Audience
    • First Grade Students
    • Approximately 6 and 7 years old
    • Goals: based on South Carolina Curriculum standards for first grade
  • Goals
    • I. Given each of these coins, first grade students will be able to identify and tell the value of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter up to one dollar with 100% accuracy.
  • Goals
    • II. Given a group of coins, first grade students will be able to determine the total value of the coins up to one dollar with 100% accuracy.
    = = = 53¢ 31¢ 67¢
  • Goals
    • III. Given a group of coins, first grade students will generate money equivalencies for a given amount up to one dollar with 100% accuracy.
    99 ¢ $0.36
  • Goals
    • IV. Given a worksheet, the first grade students will identify the correct usage of the cent symbol, the dollar symbol, and the decimal point with 100% accuracy.
  • Practice
    • Activities taken from the Aiken County adopted textbook teacher’s guide and student editions
    • Worksheets for student practice (teacher made and text book pages)
  • Evaluations
    • Teacher developed tests
    • Textbook tests for evaluation taken from the Aiken County adopted textbook teacher’s guide and student editions
    • Long term use and evaluation of learned skills:
    • “ Coin Counter”
  • “ Coin Counter”
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