Mathematics Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs


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1 Mathematics Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs
2 Dear Parent or Guardian: Your child is currently learning to correctly write values of money. Here is your chance to help your child practice this important skill. In this PAL Packet you will find a short activity for you and your child to do. Please do the activity and The Back Page this evening. Then sign your name on The Back Page and have your child return it tomorrow. Remember, parents are a child s first teacher. Thank you for your time and energy in making learning fun and exciting for your child. Sincerely, Your child s teacher Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 1
3 MONEY NOTATION Parent Pointer Your child will see signs for items for sale in stores, at yard sales, and in catalogues. It is important for him or her to know how these amounts should be written, so that he or she will know the correct price of the item. This is a very important skill that your child will use throughout his or her life. Math in the Home, on the Go, and for the Fun of It DIRECTIONS: Read through the How to Write Values of Money reference sheet with your parent or guardian. Study how values of money are written. Then, use these notations to do the Dollars ($) and Cents ( ) activity page. Talk about It After you have finished the activity, turn to The Back Page to show what you know. Now go have some fun with the activity! Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 2
4 How to Write Values of Money There are two ways we show amounts of money that are less than a dollar. 90 $0.90 Notice that when we use the cent sign, there is no decimal point. When we use the dollar sign, we use a zero as a place holder to show that there are no dollars. We use a decimal point to show that 90 is less than a whole dollar. Writing money amounts greater than a dollar is easy! We use the dollar sign and a decimal point just like above. $5.22 This is read five dollars and twentytwo. It s important to always say and in place of a decimal point. If you have a whole dollar, it can be written in these two ways. $1 or $1.00 Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 3
5 Dollars ($) and Cents ( ) Directions: With the help of your parent or guardian, cut out each card. Put the description cards, which tell the amount in words, in a pile facedown on the table. Take turns choosing a description card and having the other person use the cutouts of the cent or dollar sign, numbers, and decimal point (if needed) to show the amount. Example: Five dollars and sixty = $ Four dollars and five Thirtyeight Three dollars and twentytwo Fiftysix Ninetyfour One dollar and fifteen Nine dollars and ten Fortyseven Twenty dollars and fourteen Twelve Two dollars and thirtyseven Twentythree Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 4
6 Dollars ($) and Cents ( ) Cutouts. $ Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 5
7 The Back Page Talk about It Parent Ask your child the following question: What are the two different ways you can show a money amount that is less than a dollar? Student Answer the above question in complete sentences on the reverse side of this page. OR Do one of the following activities on the reverse side of this page: Have your parent or guardian say ten different money amounts. Write them correctly on the reverse side of this page. Have your parent or guardian use bills and coins to show you different money amounts. Write them correctly on the reverse side of this page. Student s Name Parent or Guardian s Signature Grade 2 Represent Money Using Dollar and Cent Signs 2004 Evans Newton Incorporated 6
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