In this beginner money lesson for 2nd or 3rd grade, Mathy and I work out the change for several small items in cent-amounts, dealing with coins only. For example, we have an apple that costs 90c and you pay with four quarters, or a small 81c bucket and you give 85 cents.
The last examples are more challenging with either several items to buy or more money (coins).
I also have another video lesson where I explain the method of counting up to make change:
And this lesson is a continuation on making change by counting up, meant for 3rd grade:
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