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  • 1. 190509525 Bekah McGee<br />Professor Beth Peery<br />Literature-Math Connection<br />Fall 2010<br />Grade: Kindergarten/First<br />GPS: <br />MKN1. Students will connect numerals to the quantities they represent. <br />h. Identify coins by name and value (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter). <br />i. Count out pennies to buy items that together cost less than 30 cents. <br />j. Make fair trades using combinations involving pennies and nickels and pennies and dimes. <br />M1N1. Students will estimate, model, compare, order, and represent whole numbers up to 100. <br />e. Exchange equivalent quantities of coins by making fair trades involving combinations of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters up to one dollar; count out a combination of coins needed to purchase items up to one dollar. <br />Summary: <br />In A Dollar for Penny, Penny opens a pink lemonade stand. She originally prices her lemonade at one penny per glass of pink lemonade. Each day that Penny accrues more business, she ups her price to two cents, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, and fifty cents. She finally has enough money to buy her mother a birthday card for a dollar. I think that this book is appropriate for first grade. Parts of it can be modified to fit kindergarten. <br />A Dollar for Penny- Kindergarten This activity should be accompanied by cut out coins (see attached). Students/teacher will read the prompt and students must line up coins accordingly on the line below each problem. <br />2857500143510<br />Day One: Each glass of lemonade is worth <br />If Penny had eight (8) customers, how many pennies did she earn? What is the value of her earnings?(Line up the pennies on the line below)<br />35433001866902924175186690<br />Day Two: Each glass of lemonade is worth <br />362902581915<br />If Penny had three (3) customers, how many pennies did she earn? What is the value of her earnings? <br />298132541275<br />Day Three: Each glass of lemonade is worth <br />3438526127000<br />If Penny had two (2) customers, how many nickels did she earn?<br />What is the value of her earnings? <br />2962275-161925Day Four: Each glass of lemonade is worth <br />3543300176530<br />If Penny had three (3) customers, how many dimes would she earn?<br />What is the value of her earnings? <br />Teachers: You may want to laminate and cut these out for students. Place in baggies for storage. 3054353298825-56324532988251254760329882522421853298825328168032270704231005322707053079652886075-67500518103855029201810385185293018103853179445181038544653201816100530796518103854464050770890355092077089025203157708901471295770890502920770890-41148077089053149507708905300345-3892554385945-3949703442970-3949702521585-3949701471295-394970494665-394970-409575-400050<br />Assessment: A Dollar for Penny<br />StudentArranges correct amount of coins on the line for Day OneArranges correct amount of coins on the line for Day TwoArranges correct amount of coins on the line for Day ThreeArranges correct amount of coins on the line for Day FourCan tell the value of Day One’s CoinsCan tell the value of Day Two’s CoinsCan tell the value of Day Three’s CoinsCan tell the value of Day Four’s Coins<br />