Money Puzzle and Riddles
Aligned To Common Core Standard:
Grade 4 Measurement - 4.MD.A.2
How Do you Convert Dollars to Cents and Vice Versa? Every quantity in the world has a unit that represents it and helps us understand the value of each. Units are not just important in physics or chemistry but also in day to day lives. When talking about money, we make use of different units, including cents and dollars. There are many situations where you will have to convert dollars into cents and vice versa. A lot of kids can find themselves stuck when they have to add money involving both cents and dollars. Well, conversion from dollars to cents, or vice versa, is very easy. Before you start converting, you need to know which unit is of a bigger value. Of course, a dollar is bigger than a cent. One dollar is made of 100 cents. It is a crucial piece of information that will help you proceed with the conversion. When we move from a bigger unit to a smaller unit, we use the operation of multiplication. When we are moving for a smaller unit to a bigger unit, we use the operation of division. To convert dollars into cents, you simply multiply the dollar with 100 and when you have to convert cents into dollars, you have to divide the cents with 100. This selection of worksheets and lessons help students start to think algebraically with money math problems.
Printable Worksheets And Lessons
- Reviewing Money Step By Step Lesson- We remind you of all of the bills and coins.
- Guided Practice - We help you work towards a solution with these.
- Coin Chart Fill - You want to make the rows and columns add up to make it available to you.
- Independent Practice 1 - Switch between values in dollars or written as cents.
- Making Change Practice Chart - This is grid format for rapid fire learning.
- Money Riddle Set 1 - We ask you to pretend that the coins are talking to you.
Great Starter and Review Sheets
If they just saw the skill for the first time or are trying to remember it, these will help.
- Do Now - You bought items for $3.20, $5 and for $1.10. You paid with a $10 bill. How much was your total? How much was your change?
- Drawing Sums of U.S. Coins - Draw 13 cents using five U.S. coins.
- Independent Practice 2 - Round to the nearest dollar.
- Answer Keys
The coins and money values are speaking to you. How much are they?