Check-Up for Adding and Subtracting Up to $1.00
*Point to a penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter, and a half dollar; ask your child to tell you the value of each coin.
0 My child can knows the value of each coin.
*Have your child count up to $1.00 from each coin using the coin amount. Example: a quarter - $.25, $.50, $.75, $1.00.
0 My child can count up to $1.00 from any coin. *Set out a mixture of coins up to $1.00.
0 My child can count a mixture of coins up to $1.00. *Ask your child to give you $.77.
0 My child can give certain amounts of money up to $1.00.
*Ask your child to add two amounts of money; you have $.72 but you find $.18. How much money do you have now?
0 My child can add two amounts of coins.
*Ask your child to subtract two amounts of coins; you have $.57 but you lend $.39. How much money do you have left?
0 My child can subtract two amounts of money.
Adding and Subtracting Money Amounts Up to a Dollar
Addition and Subtraction is important early learning fun!