What’s that Coin?Grade-KindergartenSubject-MathDuration-45 minutes (1 class period)Georgia Performance Standards: MKN1h Identify coins by name and value (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter)Materials: Teacher’s edition book Pretend/real money Book to read orally - “One Cent, Two Cents, Old Cent, New Cent” Promethean Board ActivInspire computer program Hard copy graphic organizer-one per student Access to InternetGoals: Students will be introduced to coins and their values. Students will also learn toidentify different coins by sorting.Objectives: Cognitive- Students will be introduced to coins and their values. Students will learn to sort different coins. Psychomotor - Auditory, musical, visualProcedures: 1. To begin the lesson, the teacher will start out giving an overview of the lesson.
2. After a brief overview of lesson, teacher will play a song for an attention grabber. (Money Money Money!) 3. After instructing students back to their seat, teacher will begin to call on individual students to help sort coins on a graphic organizer on the Promethean Board. 4. At this point in the lesson, the teacher should distribute all items needed for the students to complete the graphic organizer at their seats. a. Coins b. Graphic Organizer 5. After this, teacher will read the book on money to the students. 6. After activity is finished and coins are collected, teacher should instruct students back to carpet for a re-cap of the material.Evaluation: Oral post assessment Monitoring of the sorting activity