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Lesson Plan #3

Date Taught: Monday, December 10, 2018

Topic: Time and Money

Standard: 2. MD.7 Tell and write time from analog and digital clocks to the nearest five
minutes, using a.m. and p.m.2. MD.8. Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters,
dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Example: If you have 2 dimes
and 3 pennies, how many cents do you have?

Objectives:
Student-Friendly Objective: SWBAT tell and write time to the nearest five minutes. They will
also be able to use a.m. and p.m. when identifying the time of day. SWBAT determine the value
of coins (penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) in relation to $1.00. Use coins or coin representations
to show different values of a dollar.

Assessment Plan: Students will answer time and money questions as they play games in pairs.
Teachers will observe and take note of the students as they are answering the different questions.
The students will need to answer at least five questions right before the end of the assessment.

Materials needed:
Paper or poster board, marker, scratch paper, pencils and a mixed assortment of coins, in: .01,
.05, .10, .25, .50, or 1.00 denominations.
Plastic Cups (at least 4 and as many as 8), marker and loose change.
Half an egg carton (6 attached cups), 6 coins including one penny, one dime, one nickel, and one
quarter, scrap paper in two colors, notepad or paper, pencil.
Coins (approximately 50 pennies, 10 nickels, four dimes, and two quarters), die, paper, pencil.
Snowman clock.

Key Vocabulary: Analog Clock, Digital Time, Hour Hand, Minute Hand, A,M. (Ante
Meridiem), P.M. (Post Meridiem), Dollar, Quarter, Dime, Nickel, Penny, Dollars, Cents, Money,
Coins.

Differentiation:
Brian B.- Provide more challenging questions.
Saryn H- Provide more challenging questions.
Emma K- Include boxes in the activities.
Abi M- Have physical math tools that Abi can use when solving problems.
Amanda B- Include kinesthetic activities.
Aksel A- Have him help Brian.
Kirsten L- Include kinesthetic activities.
Aisley F- Provide simple instructions and questions.
Ethan A- Use small groups or pairings.
Jessica Y- Provide more challenging questions.
Quin D- There will be opportunities to create art while learning about time.
Oliver T- Oliver can participate in the extension activities by himself.

Extension Activities:
The children will have the opportunity to work in pairs and choose from time and money
extension activities.

Money Extension Activities:


Money Tic Tac Toe
1. Use a marker and your paper or poster board to make a grid. It can be as big or as small as you
like, and when it's done it should look like a pound sign.
2. Add any combination coins in each square on the grid.
3. Decide which player will be Xs and which player will be Os.
4. Take turns selecting boxes, adding up the value of the coins within them, and writing down
their values using dollar signs and decimal points.
5. If a player solves correctly, he gets to claim a box by putting either an X or an O in it and he
earns 200 points.
6. When a player has attained three boxes in any row, column, or diagonal, they receive an
additional 500 points.
7. Play until all of the squares have been claimed.

Loose Change
1. Randomly distribute the change in the cups.
2. Write the monetary values on the cups.
3. Dump out the change that's in each cup.
4. Figure out which coins need to be in each cup in order to put the correct amount of money
back in the cups.

Counting Coins Game


1. Place a coin in the bottom of each egg cup.
2. Crumple 12 paper balls (6 of each color.)
3. Take turns tossing your paper balls into the egg cups.
4. Count your points. The number of points for each cup is determined by the coin in the
bottom—1 for a penny, 5 for a nickel, etc.
5. Add up your score.

Make Money Make “Cents”


1. Each dot on the die equals one cent.
2. Roll the die.
3. Keep track of your points on a sheet of paper.
4. Take the number of cents corresponding to the number you rolled on the die.
5. Trade for a higher value coin if you're able. For example, if you have 7 cents, you may trade in
five of those cents for one nickel; 10 cents for a dime, etc.
5. Draw and record what the trade looks like.
6. The first person who reaches a dollar and can trade in their coins for a dollar is the winner.

Lego time
1. Match the digital times on the legos with the correct wording.
2. Record the times on the analog clock using the worksheet.

The Human Clock


The children will have the opportunity to be part of a human clock in order to measure and
practice their abilities to do teamwork and tell time correctly.

Snowman Clock
1.Cut out the pieces of the snowman.
2. Glue the pieces together.
3. Look at the classroom watch and write the time down in both analogue and digital form.

Analogue and Digital Clock Center


1. Cut out the digital and analogue clocks.
2. Mix them up.
3. Match them.
4. Check your answers.

Independent practice/application:

-The children will have the opportunity to work in pairs and choose from time and money
extension activities.

-Remind students that they may use their analog clocks and fake money for help.

-Monitor students to provide support when needed.