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SMART Board Notebook Lessons
Counting Coins (Basic) USA
In this interactive whiteboard lesson, students drag coins to make the amount of money shown. They also determine which hand has more money in it. This activity features very basic coin counting for young students.
[Grades: K-1] [Common Core Standards]

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Counting Coins (Intermediate) USA
Count the coins shown in each picture and write the amount.  Then drag coins into the box to make the amount shown. This lesson includes mixed coins with values up to $1.56.
[Grades: 2-4] [Common Core Standards]

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Counting Coins (Intermediate) Canadian
Count the coins shown in the picture and write the value on the screen. Then drag the loonies, toonies, quarters, nickels, dimes, and pennies to make the amount shown.
[Grades: 2-4] [Common Core Standards]

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Adding Money
This lesson contains several addition problems with money amounts as addends, as well as two word problems. Students use the digital markers to solve, then erase to check their answer. There is an optional worksheet that you can use to have students follow along with the lesson.
[Grades 2-4] [Common Core Standards]

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Division: Money
Solve long division problems and word problems with the digital markers on your Smartboard. Then erase to see if the answers are correct. Like many of our arithmetic activities, this one includes a printable follow-along worksheet.
[Grades: 4-6] [Common Core Standards]

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Money Division - Smartboard
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