MATH IS A HOOT - Barn Owls

Chapter 7 – Money & Time

Essential Question: How do you use the values of coins and bills to find the total value of a group of money, and how do you read times shown on analog and digital clocks?

Grade 2 Common Core State Standards

CC.2.4.2.A.2 Tell and write time to the nearest five minutes using both analog and digital clocks.

CC.2.4.2.A.3 Solve problems and make change using coins and paper currency with appropriate symbols.

Objectives

Lesson 7.1 - Children will find the total values of collections of dimes, nickels, and pennies.
Lesson 7.2 - Children will find the total values of collections of quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
Lesson 7.3 - Children will ​order coins in a collection by value and then find the total value.
Lesson 7.4 - Children will ​represent money amounts less than a dollar using two different combinations of coins.
Lesson 7.5 - Children will ​show one dollar in a variety of ways.
Lesson 7.6 - Children will ​find and record the total value of money amounts greater than $1.
Lesson 7.7 - Children will ​solve word problems involving money by using the strategy, act it out.
Lesson 7.8- Children will tell and write time to the hour and half hour.
Lesson 7.9- Children will tell and write time to the nearest five minutes.
Lesson 7.10- Children will practice telling time to the nearest five minutes.
Lesson 7.11- Children will tell and write time using
a.m. and p.m.

Vocabulary Terms

a.m.- the times after midnight and before noon

Cent sign- a symbol that represents cents

Decimal point- a symbol used to separate dollars from cents

Dime- a coin with a value of 10 cents

Dollar- an amount equal to 100 cents

Dollar sign ($)- a symbol that represents dollars

Half past- 30 minutes after the hour

Hour- a unit of time equal to 60 minutes

Midnight- twelve o’clock at night

Minute- a unit of time

Noon- twelve o’clock in the day

Nickel- a coin with a value of 5 cents

Penny- a coin with a value of 1 cent

p.m.- the times after noon and before midnight

Quarter- a coin with a value of 25 cents

Quarter past- 15 minutes after the hour

Quarter till- 45 minutes after the hour or 15 minutes before the next hour

Helpful Tips

With your child, set up a play store together. Use objects such as food items or small toys. Put price tags on each object, using amounts less than one dollar. On a sheet of paper, have your child write the price of an object and then draw a group of coins that has that as its total value. Take turns doing this for several objects.