   Sunday, September 22, 2019 Login          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
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Addition and Subtraction is important early learning fun!        