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Money - Naming Coins

by April Eckert

A cute poem for each coin - quarter, dime, nickel, and penny accompanied by large easy to see images of each coin.
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Fun with Fractions

by Melissa Webber

This unit will introduce the concept of fractions with activities and lessons that cater to visual, auditory, and tactile learning styles. Students will create fractions with a variety of manipulatives, solve problems with fractions, play games with fractions, and explore fractions in their everyday lives. The unit will also integrate language arts, as students write fraction stories and read literature related to fractions. Students will gain an understanding of basic fractions, including 1/2, 1/3, 1/4, and whole. Students will learn key vocabulary words: whole, fraction, numerator, and denominator. Students will understand how fractions relate to their everyday lives. Lessons include: Lesson #1: Introduce Whole and One-Half Lesson #2: More about One-Half Lesson #3: Practice with One-Half Lesson #4: Introduce Numerator and Denominator Lesson #5: Going Beyond One-Half Lesson #6: Making Fractions I Lesson #7: Making Fractions II Lesson #8: Comparing Fractions I Lesson #9: Comparing Fractions II Lesson #10: Fraction Bingo Lesson #11: Fraction Matching Game Lesson #12: Writing a Fraction Story I Lesson #13: Writing a Fraction Story II Unit Resources include: Vocabulary Cards Problems of the Day Pizza Cut-Out Sheet One-Half Practice Sheet Candy Activity Sheet Candy Fractions Activity Sheet Clay Fractions Activity Sheet Comparing Fractions Activity Sheet Fraction Circles Bingo Caller Cars Bingo Game Board Fraction Matching Game Pre-Writing Graphic Organizer
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On a scale of 0 to 3 is a microfinance website for kids, with fun games and a virtual market, as well as lesson plans for teachers and librarians. The website is based on a children's book about a real boy in Africa who gets a loan to buy a hen, which over time turns into a thriving business - all because of a small loan to buy one brown hen. On the website kids can read the story, and read and see pictures and videos of real microentrepreneurs around the world in countries like Ghana, Brazil, Mexico and even immigrants in the U.S., and play games such as memory. Kids can donate "beads" won from the games to actual microentrepreneurs in developing countries through the virtual market, and as kids contribute they will see virtual businesses grow before their eyes. It's a beautifully designed website that aims to inspire good in kids while providing entertainment, and has great materials for teachers to teach their kids about topics ranging from world geography to community service to African culture to math to economics to business to global citizenship.
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