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CES second-graders learn to count money

Campbellsville Elementary School second-graders are learning to count money.

 

Tracey Rinehart’s students are learning about coins and paper money.

 

In addition to learning whose picture is on coins and bills, students are learning how much each are worth.

 

By using large coins and bills, students are learning different combinations to count specific amounts of money.

 

Students are also given coins and bills and calculating how much money they have.

 

CES second-graders Sammantha Wooley, at left, and Jazzlyn Cox practice counting money.

CES second-graders Sammantha Wooley, at left, and Jazzlyn Cox practice counting money.

 

CES first-grader Aaron Floyd, who is taking a second-grade math class, practices counting coins.

CES first-grader Aaron Floyd, who is taking a second-grade math class, practices counting coins.

 

CES second-grader Braxton Agee practices counting money.

CES second-grader Braxton Agee practices counting money.

 

CES second-grader Braxton Agee uses large coins to count money.

CES second-grader Braxton Agee uses large coins to count money.

 

CES second-graders Ava Ellis, at left, and Keely Rakes help each other count money.

CES second-graders Ava Ellis, at left, and Keely Rakes help each other count money.

 

CES special education teacher Will Griffin helps second-grader Sammantha Wooley count money.

CES special education teacher Will Griffin helps second-grader Sammantha Wooley count money.

 

CES special education teacher Will Griffin helps second-grader Keylan Strong count money.

CES special education teacher Will Griffin helps second-grader Keylan Strong count money.





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