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This format is good, but the money values will have to be modified to fit the level of addition and subtraction skill for this time of year. The task challenges a student to demonstrate understanding of equal groups of objects to gain a foundation for multiplication. A student must make sense of mathematical models to represent qualitative and quantitative relationships. A student must make sense of equal groupings of objects and equal sharing.
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Grade 2, 2008: Pocket Money

by Katherine McMurry

You can use the first page of this task with this unit, but the second page is better used after/with Unit 2.5 (Subtraction within 100). The task challenges a student to demonstrate fluency in adding and subtracting whole numbers. A student must understand whole numbers and represent and use them in flexible ways, including relating, composing, and decomposing numbers. A student must be able to communicate mathematical reasoning using words, numbers and/or pictures.
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Money Assessment

by Nicole Furtado

USE: Money In My Pocket (page 95) Coins In My Pocket (page 99)
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