When your older sibling tries to
trade you four nickels for a quarter,
you need to know which is worth
more. You will learn to count
money by practicing, watching
videos, and playing games.
• The standard used in this WebQuest is:
• -identify, count, trade and organize the following coins and bill
to display a variety of price values from real-life examples with
a total value of 100 cents or less
• Dollar bill
Students will use their counting skills to
count different amounts of pennies,
nickels, dimes, and quarters. By the
end of this WebQuest, students will be
able to count values up to a dollar or
one hundred cents. An instructional
video and different interactive
activities will help students master this
• Students will start out by watching a video about counting.
• They will then practice in groups with one coin type per group
and the groups will take turns counting all of the bags of
• Once each group counts each bag, they will practice counting
bags of mixed coins.
• Students will also practice with real- life scenarios when the
teacher sets up a mock store.
• Students will also play interactive games to show that they
have mastered the material.
• More games.
• Student will need the following to
complete the WebQuest:
• Bags of change
• Computer Lab
• Items for Mock Store
• Student will be evaluated in the following ways:
__Student can count individual coin amounts up to a
__Student can count mixed coin amounts up to the dollar
__Student participated in store and could make correct
amount that he/she owed the mock store
Congratulations! You can now count all
of the different coins, mixed together
and separately! Now you are able to
empty that piggy bank and count to
see how much you have saved! Who
knows, maybe you have enough to buy
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