
Nelson EducationSchoolMathematics 5  
Surf for More MathLesson 11 Counting Money
Use these interactive games and activities to encourage students to have fun on the Web while learning about counting money. Students can try these activities on their own or in pairs. GoalEstimate, count, read, and write money amount to $1000.
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Instructions for UseChange Maker provides students with practice counting money and estimating differences. To use Change Maker, choose a difficulty level, and then click the Canadian flag to choose Canadian currency. Figure out how much money you would get back when you pay a given amount for an item. Then under each appropriate bill or coin, enter the number of bills or coins that make up the amount that you would get back. If you get the answer right, the amount of change is added to your piggy bank. If you get the answer wrong, the correct amount of change is subtracted from your piggy bank. The more money you get in your piggy bank, the harder the questions become.
Adding Money lets students practice counting money. To use Adding Money, scroll down and click the "Start Addition" button. Input the answer in the text box next to the "check" button, and then click the "check" button. Compare your time and scores with a partner or with your previous scores.
Subtracting Money lets students practice counting money. To use Subtracting Money, scroll down and click the "Start Subtraction" button. Input the answer in the text box next to the "check" button, and then click the "check" button. Compare your time and scores with a partner or with your previous scores. 
