**Chapter 7- Determine the Value of Money**

**Summary**

**7-1 Pennies, Nickels, and Dimes:** I can skip count to find the value of a group of coins.

**Vocabulary:** Cent: $0.01, 1¢, or 1 penny. Penny: one cent, $0.01, or 1¢. Nickel: $0.05, 5 cents, or 5¢. Dime: $0.10 or 1¢, or 10 cents.

**7-2 Quarters and Half-Dollars:** I can identify a quarter and half-dollar; skip count to find the value of a group of coins.

**Vocabulary:** Quarter: $0.25, 25¢, or 25 cents. Half-dollar: $0.50, 50¢, or 50 cents.

**7-3 Count Coins:** I can skip count to find the value of a group of coins.

**7-4 PSS: Act It Out:** I can use *act it out* as a strategy to solve problems.

**7-5 Dollar:** I can identify coin combinations that equal to one dollar.

**Vocabulary:** Dollar: $1.00, 100¢, or 100 cents. Dollar sign: a mark to indicate money ($). Decimal point: a point used in a number. Example: $2.95

**7-6 Add Money:** I can add money amounts.

**7-7 Check Money:** I can subtract money amounts.

**6-8 PSS: Choose a Strategy:** I can choose the best strategy to solve problems.

**6-9 Estimate Differences:** I can estimate differences by rounding to the nearest tens.