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Math powerpoint4

  1. 1. MONEY: VOCABULARY  Coin • Penny • Nickel • Dime • Quarter  Dollar
  2. 2. MONEY: COIN VALUES  Penny • 1 cent  Nickel • 5 cents  Dime • 10 cents  Quarter • 25 cents
  3. 3. MONEY: COUNTING  Ways to make 15 cents • 5 pennies + 1 dime • 15 pennies • 1 nickel + 1 dime • 3 nickels
  4. 4. MONEY: DOLLAR BILLS  1, 5, 10, 20, 50, 100 dollar bills  Five 1 dollar bills= 5 dollars  Two 5 dollar bills = 10 dollars  Four 5 dollar bills= 20 dollars  Two 10 dollar bills = 20 dollars
  5. 5. MONEY: DOLLAR IN CHANGE EXAMPLES  4 quarters  10 dimes  20 nickels  100 pennies  5 dimes + 10 nickels  50 pennies + 5 dimes
  6. 6. MONEY: ADDING  4 Nickels + 3 dimes= 50 cents  1 Quarter = 2 dimes+ 1 nickel • .10+.10+.5=.25  25 cents + 1 nickel • .25+.05=.30 cents  45 cents+ 1 quarter= 70 cents • .45+.25= 70 cents
  7. 7. MONEY: SUBTRACTING  3 quarters – 1 quarter= 2 quarters • .75-.25=. 50cents  50 cents- 2 dimes= .30 cents • .50-.10= .30 cents  .90 cents- 1 nickel=.85 cents • .90 - .05= .85 cents
  8. 8. MONEY: PRACTICE  June went to the store to buy suckers. 1 sucker is $.25 cents, but 3 suckers are on sale for $.55 cents. If June buys 3 suckers and gives the cashier $.75 cents, how much change will she get back? • $.75 - $.55 = .15 cents
  9. 9. TIME: VOCABULARY  Hour  Minute  Hour Hand  Minute Hand  Digital Clock  Analog Clock
  10. 10. TIME: MINUTES  60 seconds in 1 minute  “BIG” hand on clock  Little 0 5 10 15 20 25 30 35 40 45 50 55 60 dashes • By 5’s
  11. 11. TIME: HOURS 12 hours on a clock “Little” hand on the clock Big numbers
  12. 12. TIME  60 minutes= 1 hour  30 minutes= half hour  24 hours= 1 whole day
  13. 13. TIME PRACTICE  Connor has basketball practice at 7:00 tonight, but it takes 10 minutes to get to the gym. When should Connor leave his house if he needs to be there 15 minutes early?  15 minutes + 10 minutes = 25 minutes • 7:00-25 min= 6:35
  14. 14. DIFFERENT TIMEPIECES  Clock • Analog • Digital  Watch  Sundial  Timer  Hour glass
  15. 15. CITATIONS  Acrylicartist, Sundial, 10/1/10, via Morguefile, Morguefile Free Photo  Blake West, Tiger Board Book Clock, 3/20/08, via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution  Earl53, timers3, 10/1/10, via Morguefile, Morguefile Free Photo  Florida Center for Instructional Technology, Clock 1:30, 6/5/09, via Clipart ETC, Clipart ETC license  Mensatic, Coins (description), 9/28/10, via Morguefile, Morguefile Free Photo  Sunshinecity, 2:59, 6/11/2010,via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution  Wade Morgan, makin’ it rain, 2/21/09, via Flickr, Creative Commons Attribution

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