## Go Math Grade 2 Chapter 7 Answer Key Money and Time Concepts

### Money and Time Show What You Know

Order Numbers to 100 on a Number Line

Write the number that is just before, between, or just after.

Question 1.

Answer:

57

Question 2.

Answer:

25

**Skip Count by Fives and Tens**

Question 3.

Count by fives. Write how many in all.

_________ _____ paints in all

Answer:

5,10,15,20,25

5+5+5+5+5= 25

So, there are 25 paints in all

Question 4.

Count by tens. Write how many in all.

________ ____ paints in all

Answer:

10, 20, 30, 40, 50

10+10+10+10+10=50

So, there are 50 paints in all

**Time to the Hour**

Write the time shown on the clock.

Question 5.

Answer: 11’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 11 and the minutes hand is on 12.

So, the time is 11:00

Question 6.

Answer: 5’o clock

Explanation :

The hours hand is on the 5 and the minutes hand is on 12.

So, the time is 5:00

### Money and Time Vocabulary Builder

**Visualize It**

Fill in the graphic organizer.

Show ways to count on.

Answer:

**Understand Vocabulary**

Write the missing numbers in each counting pattern.

Question 1.

Count by ones. 40, ____, ____, ____, 44, ___, 46, ____

Answer:

40, 41, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46, 47

Question 2.

Count by fives. 10, 15, ___, ___, ___, 35, ___, ____

Answer:

10, 15, 20, 25, 30, 35, 40, 45.

Question 3.

Count by tens. 20, ___, ___, 50, ___, ____, 80, ___

Answer:

20, 30, 40, 50, 60, 70, 80, 90.

### Money and Time Game 5 and 10 Count

Materials

Play with a partner.

- Spin the pointer on for your starting number. Put your cube on that number.
- Spin the pointer. Count on by that number two times.
- Take turns. The first player to get to 100 wins. Play again.

### Money and Time Vocabulary Cards

### Money and Time Vocabulary Game

DIRECTIONS 2 to 4 players. Take turns to play.

- To take a turn, toss the numbered cube. Move that many spaces
- Follow the directions for the space you land.
- First player to reach FINISH wins.

MATERIALS 1 connecting cube per player

- 1 number cube
- 1 set of clue cards

**The Write Way
**Reflect

Choose one idea. Write about it in the space below.

- Write and draw to explain the following amount as if you were talking to a young child. Use another sheet of paper for your drawing.

$1.36 - What time is it now? Use at least three of these terms in your answer.

A.M. midnight minute noon P.M. quarter past

Write at least three things you know about money.

_________________________

_________________________

### Lesson 7.1 Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

**Essential Question** How do you find the total value of a group of dimes, nickels, and pennies?

**Listen and Draw**

Sort the coins. Then draw the coins.

Answer:

– Dime = 10 cents

– Nickle = 5 cents

– penny = 1 cent

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

A nickel has the same value as how many pennies? Explain.

Answer:5

1 nickel = 5 cents

1 penny = 1 cents

Which means

1+1+1+1+1 = 5

5 cents = 5 pennies

So, A nickel has the same value a 5 pennies.

**Share and Show**

Count on to find the total value.

Question 1.

Answer: 26¢

Explanation:

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 4 nickels = 5+5+5+5= 20 cents

5 cents and 1 cent

Total value of coins = 20+5+1=26 ¢

Question 2.

Answer:35¢

Explanation:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 20 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 10cents

and 5 cents

Therefore, Total value of coins = 20+10+5=35¢

**On Your Own**

Count on to find the total value.

Question 3.

Answer:60¢

Explanation:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 6 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10+10=60¢

Therefore, the total value is 60¢.

Question 4.

Answer: 30¢

Explanation:

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means 5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5= 25¢

and 5 cents

Total = 25¢+5¢

Therefore, the total value is 30¢

Question 5.

Answer:45¢

Explanation:

1dime = 10 cents

Which means , 3 dimes = 30 cents

1 nickels = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 10 cents

and 5 cents

Total : 30+10+5 = 45

Therefore, the total value = 45¢

Question 6.

Answer: 18¢

Explanation:

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 10cents

3 pennies = 3 cents and 5 cents

Total : 10+3+5 = 18

Therefore, the total value is 18¢

Question 7.

**THINK SMARTER**

Maggie had 5 nickels. She gave 2 nickels to her sister. What is the total value of the nickels that Maggie has now?

Answer: 3 nickels

Explanation:

Given , Maggie had 5 nickels

The number of nickels she gave to her sister =2

Leftover nickel coins = 5-2 = 3

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 3 nickels = 5+5+5= 15

The total value of the nickels that Maggie has now =15¢

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 8.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE** Analyze

Jackson has 4 pennies and 3 dimes. How much money does Jackson have?

Answer: 34¢

Explanation :

4 pennies = 4 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 3 dimes = 30 cents

Total : 4 +30 = 34

The total money Jackson have = 34¢

Question 9.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE**

Use Models Draw two ways to show 25¢. You can use dimes, nickels, and pennies.

Answer:

25cents can be shown as

2 dimes , 1 nickel

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10= 20

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 20+5 = 25 ¢

Another way :

25 cents can be shown as 1 dime 2 nickel and 5 pennies

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels= 5+5= 10

5 pennies = 5 cents

Total value : 10+10+5 = 25

Question 10.

**THINK SMARTER**

Sue has 40¢. Circle coins to show this amount.

Answer:

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Draw pictures of five coins, using dimes, nickels, and pennies. Ask your child to find the total value.

### Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies Homework & Practice 7.1

Count on to find the total value.

Question 1.

Answer: 24 cents

Explanation :

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 20 cents

and 4 cents

Total : 20+4 = 24

Therefore, the total value = 24cents

Question 2.

Answer: 13 cents

Explanation :

2 five cents and 3 cents

5+5+3 = 13 cents

Therefore, the total value of coins = 13 cents

Question 3.

Answer:28 cents

Explanation:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 20 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 3 cents

Total : 20+5+3 = 28

Therefore, the total value of coins is 28 cents

**Problem Solving**

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 4.

Aaron has 5 dimes and 2 nickels. How much money does Aaron have?

________

Answer:60 cents

Explanation :

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 5 dimes = 50 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 10 cents

Total : 50+10 = 60 cents

Therefore, the total value of coins = 60 cents

Question 5.

**WRITE**

Draw three dimes, 1 nickel, and 2 pennies. Describe how to count on to find the total value of this group of coins.

_____________

Answer:37 cents

Explanation:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 3 dimes = 10+10+10= 30 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 2 pennies = 2 cents

Total value of coins = 30+5+2 = 37 cents

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

What is the total value of this group of coins?

______

Answer:21 cents

Explanation :

1 dime = 10 cents

2 five cents = 5+5= 10

and 1 cent

Total value of coins = 10+10+1 = 21 ¢

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

Hayden is building toy cars. Each car needs 4 wheels. How many wheels will Hayden use to build 3 toy cars?

______ wheels

Answer:

Total number of toy cars = 3

Given that, each car needs 4 wheels

Now, The number of wheels Hayden use to 3 toy cars =

4+4+4 = 12

Therefore , Hayden will use 12 wheels to build 3 toy cars.

Question 3.

What is the value of the underlined digit?

429 _____

Answer:

Four hundred twenty nine

The underlined digit is 4

The value of 4 is hundred

Question 4.

Lillian is counting by fives. What numbers did she say next?

40, ___, ____, ___, ____

Answer:

40, 45, 50, 55, 60.

Question 5.

Sophie has 12 grapes in her lunch bag. She shared 7 grapes with her sister. How many grapes does she have?

12 – 7 = ______

Answer:

Given , the number of grapes in her lunch bag = 12

The number grapes she shared =7

12 – 7 = 5

Therefore, the number of games she have = 5

### Lesson 7.2 Quarters

**Essential Question** How do you find the total value of a group of coins?

**Listen and Draw**

Sort the coins. Then draw the coins.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Describe how the value of a quarter is greater than the value of a dime.

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

The value of a quarter is 15 cents greater than the value of a dime

**Share and Show**

Count on to find the total value.

Question 1.

Answer: 50 cents

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25+25= 50

Therefore , the total value of coins = 50 ¢

Question 2.

Answer:86 cents

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 dime = 10 cents and

1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 75+10+1 = 86

Therefore ,the total value of the coins = 86 ¢

Question 3.

Answer: 57¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25 +25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents and

2 pennies = 2 cents

Total : 50+5+2 = 57

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 57¢

**On Your Own**

Count on to find the total value.

Question 4.

Answer: 100 ¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

4quarters = 25+25+25+25= 100

Therefore, the total value of coins = 100¢

Question 5.

Answer: 65¢

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which mean , 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10= 40

Total : 25+40= 65

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 65¢

Question 6.

Answer: 70¢

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 4 nickels = 5+5+5+5+ = 20

Total : 50+20= 70

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 70¢

Question 7.

Answer: 38¢

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels= 5+5+ = 10

3 pennies = 3 cents

Total : 25+10+3 = 38

Therefore, the value of coins = 38¢

Draw and label a coin to solve.

Question 8.

**THINK SMARTER**

Ed’s coin has the same value as a group of 5 pennies and 4 nickels. What is his coin?

Answer: Quarter coin

Explanation :

1 penny = 1 cent

Which means , 5 pennies = 5 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 4 nickels = 5+5+5+5= 20

Total : 5 +20

We know that , 1 quarter = 25 cents

Therefore, His coin is a quarter coin .

**Problem Solving • Applications**

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Make Connections

Read the clue. Choose the name of a coin from the box to answer the question.

Question 9.

I have the same value as 5 pennies.

What coin am I?

________

Answer:

5 pennies =5 cents

We know that , 1 nickel = 5 cents

So, I am a nickel coin.

Question 10.

I have the same value as 25 pennies.

What coin am I?

_________

Answer:

1 penny = 1 cent

25 pennies = 2 cents

We know that , 1 quarter = 25 cents

Therefore , I am a quarter coin .

Question 11.

I have the same value as 2 nickels.

What coin am I?

_________

Answer:

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

We know that 1 dime = 10 cents

Therefore, I am a dime coin.

Question 12.

I have the same value as a group of 5 nickels.

What coin am I?

_________

Answer: Quarter

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5 =25 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

So , I am a quarter coin .

Question 13.

**THINK SMARTER**

Tom gives these coins to his brother.

Answer: 65 cents

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

3 dimes = 5+5+5= 15

Total: 50+15 = 65 cents

Therefore, tom gives his brother 65 cents

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Have your child draw two quarters, two dimes, and two nickels, and then find the total value.

### Quarters Homework & Practice 7.2

Count on to find the total value.

Question 1.

Answer:55¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 =10

Total :

25+20+10 = 55

Therefore, the value of coins = 55¢

Question 2.

Answer: 66¢

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 3 nickels = 5+5+5=15

1 penny = 1 cent

Total: 50+15+1=66

Therefore, the total value of coins = 66¢

**Problem Solving**

Read the clue. Choose the name of a coin from the box to answer the question.

Question 3.

I have the same value as a group of 2 dimes and 1 nickel. What coin am I?

_________

Answer: Quarter

Explanation:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 20 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Total value of coins = 20 +5 = 25 cents

We know that , 1 quarter = 25 cents

So , I am a quarter coin.

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Draw 1 quarter, 1 dime, and 4 pennies. Describe how to count to find the total value of this group of coins.

Answer: 39 cents

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

4 pennies = 4 cents

Total value of coins = 25+10+4 = 39

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

What is the total value of this group of coins?

_________

Answer: 61¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 =50

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5= 10

1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 50+10+1

Therefore, the total value of coins = 61¢

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

Circle the odd number.

8 14 17 22

Answer:

8 , 14 are the odd numbers

Question 3.

Kai scored 4 points and Gail scored 7 points. How many points did they score altogether?

4 + 7 = ______ points

Answer:

Given,

The points scored by kai = 4

The points scored by Gail = 7

The points that they score altogether = 4+7 = 11 points.

Question 4.

There were 382 chairs in the music hall. Write a number greater than 382.

_______

Answer: 383

383 is greater than 382.

Question 5.

Write the number 61 using words.

________

Answer: sixty one

### Lesson 7.3 Count Collections

**Essential Question** How do you order coins to help find the total value of a group of coins?

**Listen and Draw**

Line up the coins from greatest value to least value. Then draw the coins in that order.

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Quarter> dime> nickel > penny

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Describe how the values of the different kinds of coins compare.

Answer:

The values of the coins are compared with cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel= 5 cents and

1 penny = 1 cent

**Model and Draw**

Order the coins from greatest value to least value.

Then find the total value.

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25 +25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

and 2 pennies = 2 cents

Total: 50 + 10 +2 = 32

Therefore, the total value of coins 62¢

**Share and Show**

Draw and label the coins from greatest to least value. Find the total value.

Question 1.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

2 pennies = 2 cents

Total : 25 +10+2 = 37

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 37 ¢

Question 2.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 20 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 25+20+5+1 = 51

Therefore , the total value of coins = 51¢

Question 3.

_______

Answer:

1quarter = 25 cents

Which means ,2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents and

1 nickel = 5 cents

Total: 50+10+5 =65

Therefore the total value of coins = 65¢

**On Your Own**

Draw and label the coins from greatest to least value. Find the total value.

Question 4.

______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 3 dimes = 10+10+10= 30

Total :25+30 = 55

Therefore, the total value of coins 55¢

Question 5.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means ,2 quarters = 25+25 = 50 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

and 2 pennies

Total : 50+10+2 = 62

Therefore, the total value of coins = 62¢

Question 6.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

Total : 25+10+10 =45 cents

Therefore, the total value of coins =45¢

Question 7.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25= 50

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

Total : 50+10+10 = 70

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 70¢

Question 8.

**GO DEEPER**

Andy has only quarters and nickels. The total value of his coins is 75¢. What coins could Andy have?

______ quarters _____ nickels

Answer:

75¢ can be shown by using only quarters and nickels as 2 quarters 5 nickels

Explanation :

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5= 25

Total : 50+25 = 75 ¢

Therefore, Andy has 2 quarters and 5 nickels .

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 9.

**THINK SMARTER**

Paulo had these coins.

He spent 1 quarter. How much money does he have now?

______

Answer: 21¢

Explanation :

Total value of coins = 46¢

After spending a quarter

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 4 nickels = 5+5+5+5= 20 cents

and 1 penny = 1 cent

46 – 25 = 21¢

Therefore, the leftover money = 21¢

Question 10.

Rachel has 2 quarters, 3 dimes, and 1 nickel in her bank. How much money is in Rachel’s bank?

_______

Answer: 85¢

Explanation:;

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means 2 quarters =25+25 =50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10 = 30

1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+30+5 = 85¢

Therefore, the amount Rachels have in his bank = 85¢

Question 11.

**GO DEEPER**

Blake has only nickels and dimes. He has double the number of nickels as dimes. The total value of his coins is 60¢. What coins does Blake have?

______ nickels _____ dimes

Answer: 6 nickels and 3 dimes

Explanation :

Given , Rachel has double the number of nickels and dimes

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 6 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5+5= 30 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 3 dimes = 10+10+10 = 30 cents

Total : 30+30= 60¢

Therefore , Rachel has 3 dimes and 6 nickels .

Question 12.

**THINK SMARTER**

Malik has these coins in his pocket. What is the total value of the coins?

Answer: 50¢

Explanation :

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10 cents

Total : 40+10 = 50

Therefore , the total value of coins Malik had = 50¢

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Have your child draw and label coins with a total value of 32¢.

### Count Collections Homework & Practice 7.3

Draw and label the coins from greatest to least value. Find the total value.

Question 1.

________

Answer: 22¢

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10 cents and

2 pennies = 2 cents

Total : 10+10+2 = 22

Therefore, the total value f the coins = 22¢

Question 2.

_________

Answer: 75¢

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+20+5 = 75

Therefore, total value of the coins = 75¢

**Problem Solving**

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 3.

Rebecca has these coins. She spends 1 quarter. How much money does she have left?

Answer:

Firstly, Rebecca has 2 quarters , 1 dime, 1 nickel and 1 penny

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents and

1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 50+10+5+1 = 66¢

Given that,

she spends 1 quarter which means, 25 cents

Now, 66¢ – 25¢ = 41¢

Therefore, the leftover money is 41¢

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Draw 2 dimes, 1 nickel, and 2 quarters. Describe how to order and then count to find the total value of the coins.

_______

Answer:

Explanation:

We have to order coins on the basis of cent values

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+20+5 = 75¢

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 75¢

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

What is the total value of this group of coins?

_______

Answer:

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20 cents

and 2 pennies = 2 cents

Total : 25 + 20 +2 = 47

Therefore, the total value of the coins is 47¢

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

What number is 100 more than 562?

_____

Answer:

The number 100 more than 562 is 662

Question 3.

Describe 58 as a sum of tens and ones.

______

Answer: 58 can be shown in sum of tens and once as

50 + 8 = 58

Question 4.

Pete helps his grandmother gather pecans. He finds 6 pecans on his left and 3 on his right. How many pecans did Pete find altogether?

6 + 3 = _____ pecans

Answer:

The number of pecans Pete finds on his left side = 6

The number of Pecans Pete finds on his right side = 3

Total number of Pecans Pete find altogether =

6 + 3 = 9

Therefore, total number of pecans = 9

Question 5.

What number do the blocks show?

______

Answer:

The first and second figures have 100 blocks

The 3 single line contains 10+10+10 = 30 blocks

and 4 blocks

Total number of blocks = 100+100+10+10+10+1+1+1+1 = 234

Therefore, Total number of blocks = 234

Lesson 7.4 Show Amounts in Two Ways

**Essential Question** How do you choose coins to show a money amount in different ways?

**Listen and Draw**

Show the amount with coins. Draw the coins.

Write the amount.

Answer: 26¢

1 quarter = 25 cents and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total value = 26¢

Another way:

26¢ can also be shown as 2 dimes 1 nickel and 1 penny

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 20+1 = 26 ¢

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Can you show 10¢ with 3 coins? Explain how you know.

Answer:

No, it is not possible to show 10¢ with 3 coins because

**Share and Show**

Use coins. Show the amount in two ways.

Draw and label the coins.

Question 1.

61¢

Answer:

61 ¢ can be shown as 2 quarters 1 dime and 1 penny

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25= 50

1 dime = 10 cents

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 50+10+1= 61¢

Another way:

61¢ can also be shown as 6 dimes and 1 penny

1 dime = 10 cents

and 6 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10+10 = 60

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 60+1 = 61¢

Question 2.

36¢

Answer:

36 cents be shown as 3 dimes 1 nickel and 1 penny

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 30+5+1 = 36¢

Another way :

36¢ can also be shown as 1 quarter 1 dime and 1 penny

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 25+10+1 = 36¢

**On Your Own**

Use coins. Show the amount in two ways.

Draw and label the coins.

Question 3.

55¢

Answer:

55 cents can be shown as 2 quarters and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 25+25 = 50 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+5 = 55 cents

Another way:

55 cents can also be shown as 5 dimes and 1 nickel

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 5 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10 = 50

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+5 = 55

Question 4.

90¢

Answer:

90 cents can be shown as 3 quarters 1 dime and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 dime = 10 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 75+10+5 = 90

Another way:

90 can also be shown as 2 quarters and 4 dimes

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

and 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40

Total: 50+40 = 90 cents

Question 5.

75¢

Answer:

75¢ can be shown as 3 quarters

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75 cents

Another way :

75 cents can also be shown as 2 quarters 2 dimes and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total: 50+20+5 = 75 cents

Question 6.

**THINK SMARTER**

Teresa has 42¢. She has no dimes. Draw to show what coins she might have.

Answer:

42¢ can be shown as 1 quarter 3 nickels and 2 pennies

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 3 nickels = 15 cents

2 pennies = 2 cents

Total value of coins = 25 +15+ 2 = 42

**Problem Solving • Applications**

MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Model with Mathematics

Use coins to solve.

Question 7.

Lee buys a pen for 50¢. Draw coins to show two different ways to pay 50¢.

Answer:

50 cents can be shown as:

2 quarters

1 quarter = 25cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25 +25 = 50 ¢

Another way :

50 cents can be shown as 5 dimes

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means ,

5 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10 = 50

Question 8.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Make Sense of Problems**

Delia used 4 coins to buy a book for 40¢. Draw coins to show two ways to pay 40¢ with 4 coins.

Answer:

40¢ can be shown as 4 dimes

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means ,

4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40

Another way :

40 cents can also be shown in 4 coins as 1 quarter 3 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means ,

3 nickels = 15 cents

Total value = 25 +15 = 40 cents

Question 9.

**THINK SMARTER**

Fill in the bubble next to all the groups of coins with a total value of 30¢.

Answer:

2 nickels and 2 dimes

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10cents

1 dime =10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20 cents

Total value = 10 +20 = 30 ¢.

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • With your child, take turns drawing different collections of coins to show 57¢.

### Show Amounts in Two Ways Homework & Practice 7.4

Use coins. Show the amounts in two ways.

Draw and label the coins.

Question 1.

39¢

Answer:

39 cents be shown as 1 quarter 1 dime 4 pennies .

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

4 pennies = 4 cents

Total value = 25+10+4 = 39 cents

Another way :

39 cents can be shown as 3 dimes , 1nickel and 4 pennies

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means ,

3 dimes = 10 +10+10= 30

1 nickel = 5 cents

4 pennies = 4 cents

Total value = 30+5+4 = 39 cents

Question 2.

70¢

Answer:

70 cents can be shown as 2 quarters and 2 dimes

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

Total : 50+20= 70 cents

Another way:

70 cents can also be shown as 1 quarter 4 dimes and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 25 + 40 + 5 = 70 cents

**Problem Solving**

Question 3.

Madeline uses fewer than 5 coins to pay 60¢. Draw coins to show one way she could pay 60¢.

Answer:

60¢ can be shown in fewer than 5 coins 2 quarters and 1 dime

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 50

and 1 dime = 10 cents

Total : 50 + 10 = 60¢

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Draw coins in two ways to show 57¢. Describe how to choose the coins for each way.

Answer:

57 ¢ can be shown as 2 quarters 1 nickel and 2 pennies

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

and 2 pennies = 2 cents

Total : 50+5+2 = 57 ¢

Another way :

57 cents can also be shown as 5 dimes, 1 nickel and 2 pennies

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 5 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents and

2 pennies = 2 cents

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

Circle the group of coins that has the same total value.

Answer:

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

Write the number 31 as a sum of tens and ones.

2 tens ____ ones

Answer:

The number 31 can be shown as a sum of tens and once as

3 tens and 1 once or 30+1 = 31

Question 3.

Write 13 tens as a sum of hundreds and tens.

_____ hundreds ______ tens

Answer: 13 x 10 = 130

can be written as 100+30

1 hundreds and 3 tens

Question 4.

What is the value of the underlined digit?

28 _____

Answer: The value of underlined digit is once

The underlined digit in once place is 8

Question 5.

Baylie’s softball team scored 5 runs in the first inning and 6 runs in the second inning. How many runs did her team score?

5 + 6 = ______ runs

Answer:

5+6 = 11

Therefore, the total number of runs her team score = 11

### Lesson 7.5 One Dollar

**Essential Question** How can you show the value of one dollar with coins?

**Listen and Draw**

Draw the coins. Write the total value.

________

Answer:

$1 is equal to 100 cents

100¢ can be shown as 3 quarters 2 dimes and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75 ¢

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20¢

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 75+20+5 = 100¢

Therefore, 3 quarters , 2 dimes and 1 nickel have the value of $1.00

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

How many pennies have the same value as 80¢? Explain.

Answer: 80

Explanation:

1 penny = 1 cent

So, 80 pennies = 80¢

Therefore, 80 pennies have the same value as 80¢

**Share and Show**

Draw the coins to show $1.00. Write the total value.

Question 1.

nickels

Answer: 20

Explanation :

$1 = 100 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

20 nickels = 100 cents

Question 2.

quarters

________

Answer: 4

Explanation :

$1 = 100 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means ,

4 quarters = 25+25+25+25 = 100

Question 3.

dimes

________

Answer: 10

Explanation:

$1 = 100 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 10 dimes = 100 cents

**On Your Own**

Circle coins to make $1.00.

Cross out the coins you do not use.

Question 4.

Answer:

Question 5.

Answer:

Question 6.

**GO DEEPER**

Warren shows $1.00 using only two kinds of coins. Draw and label coins he could use.

Answer:

$1 = 100 cents

100 cents can be shown in two kinds of coins as 3 quarters and 5 nickels

1 quarter =25 cents

Which means , 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means ,5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5= 25

Total value = 75+25 = 100

Question 7.

**THINK SMARTER**

Sara has these coins.

Draw more coins to show $1.00.

Answer:

The given coins are 1 quarter , 1 dime and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 25+10+5 = 35

$1 is equals to 100 cents

100 cents – 35 cents = 65 cents

We need 65 cents more to make $1

65 cents can be shown as 2 quarters 1 dime and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 50+10+5 = 65

Therefore, we need 2 quarters 1 dime and 1 nickel more to make $1

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Have your child draw a group of coins to show $1.00.

### One Dollar Homework & Practice 7.5

Circle coins to make $1.00.

Cross out the coins you do not use.

Question 1.

Answer:

Question 2.

Answer:

**Problem Solving**

Question 3.

Draw more coins to show $1.00 in all.

Answer:

$ 1 = 100 cents

2 quarters = 25+25= 50 cents

We need 50¢ more to make $1.00

50¢ can be shown as 5 dimes

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Draw coins to show one way to make $1.00 using only nickels and quarters.

Answer:

$1 = 100 cents

$1 can be shown by using only nickels and quarters =3 quarters and 5 nickels

1 quarter is equal to 25 cents

Which means , 3 quarters = 25+25+25+= 75

1 nickel= 5 cents

Which means , 5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5= 25

Total value = 75+25= 100

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

Which group of coins has a value of $1.00?

Answer:

$1 = 100 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 4 quarters = 25+25+25+25= 100 cents

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

Write 692 using words.

________

Answer:

692= Six hundred ninety two

Question 3.

Keith ate 7 almonds, then ate 7 more. Is the total number of almonds even or odd?

7 + 7 = ______ almonds

_______

Answer:

7+7 = 14

Therefore , the total number of almonds is even

Question 4.

What is the total value of 1 quarter and 3 nickels?

_________

Answer: 40 cents

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means , 3 nickels = 5+5+5= 15

Total value = 25+ 15= 40 cents

Therefore, the value of 1 quarter and 3 nickels = 40 cents.

Question 5.

Kristin is counting by tens. What numbers does she say next?

230, _____, _____, ______

Answer:

230, 240, 250, 260.

### Money and Time Mid-Chapter Checkpoint

**Concepts and Skills**

Count on to find the total value.

Question 1.

Answer: 28¢

Explanation:

1 dime= 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10= 20

1 nickel = 5 cents and

3 pennies = 3 cents

Total :20+5+3

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 28¢

Question 2.

Answer: 76¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25+25= 50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

1 nickel = 5 cents and

1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 50+20+5+1 = 76

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 76¢

Use coins. Show the amount in two ways.

Draw and label the coins.

Question 3.

31¢

Answer:

31cents can be shown as 1 quarter, 1 nickel and 1 penny

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents and

1 penny =1 cent

Total value = 25+5+1=31

Another way :

31 cents can be shown as 3 dimes , 1 penny

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10=30

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total : 30 =1 = 31 cents

Question 4.

**THINK SMARTER**

Mary used these coins to buy a folder. What is the total value of these coins?

Answer: 60¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 2 quarters = 25+25=50

1 nickel= 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels= 5+5 = 10

Total : 50+10 =60

Therefore, the total value of the money = 60¢

### Lesson 7.6 Amounts Greater Than $1

**Essential Question** How do you show money amounts greater than one dollar?

**Listen and Draw**

Draw and label the coins.

Write the total value.

_______

total value

Answer:

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Use Repeated Reasoning

Explain how you found the total value of the coins in the coin bank.

Answer:

**Share and Show**

Circle the money that makes $1.00. Then

write the total value of the money shown.

Question 1.

__________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents ,

1 penny = 1 cent

and one $1 bill

Total value : $1+50+5+1 = $1.56

Question 2.

________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Total value : 4 quarters = 25+25+25+25 = 100

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10 = 30

Total : 100+30 = 130

Therefore, total value of money = 130

**On Your Own**

Circle the money that makes $1.00. Then write the total value of the money shown.

Question 3.

_______

Answer:

The given coins are 4 quarters 1 dime and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 4 quarters = 25+25+25+25 = 100

1 dime = 10 dime

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 100+10+5 = $1.15

Therefore, the total value of coins = $1.15

Question 4.

Answer:

$1 bill= 100 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10 = 30

1 nickel = 5 cents and

1 penny = 1 cents

Total value : 100+ 50+30+5+1 = $1.86

Question 5.

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 10+10+10 = 30

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 75 + 30 + 5 $1.10

Therefore, the total amount of money = $1.10

Question 6.

**THINK SMARTER**

Martin used 3 quarters and 7 dimes to pay for a kite. How much money did he use?

_______

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 7 dimes= 10+10+10+10+10+10+10 = 70

Total value = 75+70 = 145 cent

Therefore, the total value of money = $1.45

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Question 7.

**GO DEEPER**

Pam has fewer than 9 coins. The coins have a total value of $1.15. What coins could she have? Draw the coins. Then write a list of her coins.

Answer:

$1.15 can be shown in fewer than 9 coins as

4 quarters , 1 dime and 1 nickel

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 4 quarters = 25+25+25+25 = 100

1 dime = 10 dime

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total : 100+10+5 = $1.15

Therefore, the total value of coins = $1.15

Question 8.

**THINK SMARTER+**

Jason put this money in his bank.

Answer:

Jason put a total of $1.35 in his bank

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • With your child, take turns drawing coins or a $1 bill and coins with a total value of $1.23.

### Amounts Greater Than $1 Homework & Practice 7.6

Circle the money that makes $1.00. Then write the total value of the money shown.

Question 1.

_________

Answer:

The total value of the money shown is

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 $1 bill , 1 dime = 10 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total value : $1 +25+10+5 = $1.40

Question 2.

__________

Answer:

The total value of money shown :

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 25+25+25 = 75

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

and 1 cent

Total : 75+20+10+1 = 166 cents or $1.16

**Problem Solving**

Solve. Write or draw to explain.

Question 3.

Grace found 3 quarters, 3 dimes, and 1 nickel in her pocket. How much money did she find?

________

Answer:

$1.10

Explanation:

1 quarter= 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 75 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 3 dimes = 30 cents

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Total :75+30+5=110

So the total value of the money = $1.10

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Write about how to use the dollar sign and decimal point to show the total value of 5 quarters.

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 5 quarters = 25+25+25+25+25 = 125 cents

125 cents can be written as $1.25

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

Julie has this money in her bank. What is the total value of this money?

________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents and

one $1 bill

Total value : $1 +25+10 = $1.35

Therefore, total value in Julie bank = $1.35

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

There are 79 squash plants and 42 pepper plants in Julia’s garden. How many vegetable plants are in Julia’s garden altogether?

Answer:

7 9

+ 4 2

__________

= 1 2 1

Therefore , the total number of plants in Julia’s garden are 121

Question 3.

What is the difference?

Answer:

6 1

– 2 7

_________________

3 4

Question 4.

What number is 100 less than 694?

_________

Answer:

594

Question 5.

Write an addition fact that has the same sum as 6 + 5.

10 + ______

Answer:

10+1 =11

### Lesson 7.7 Problem Solving • Money

**Essential Question** How does acting it out help when solving problems about money?

Kendra gave 2 dimes, 2 nickels, 1 quarter, and two $1 bills to her sister. How much money did Kendra give her sister?

**Unlock the Problem**

Show how to solve the problem.

Draw to show the money that Kendra used.

Kendra gave her sister _________

Answer:

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

1 quarter = 25 cents

and two $1 bills

Total value of money = $1+$1 +20+10+25 = $2.55

Therefore, Kendra gave her sister = $2.25

**HOME CONNECTION** • Your child used play money to act out the problem. Representing problems with materials can be a useful strategy for children to use to solve problems.

**Try Another Problem**

Use play coins and bills to solve.

Draw to show what you did.

Question 1.

Jacob has two $1 bills, 2 dimes, and 3 pennies in his pocket. How much money does Jacob have in his pocket?

_________

Answer:

two $1 bills = $1+$1 = $2

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

and 3 pennies = 3 cents

Total value : $2+20+3 = $2.23

Question 2.

Amber used 2 quarters, 1 nickel, 1 dime, and three $1 bills to buy a toy. How much money did Amber use to buy the toy?

__________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

1 dime = 10 cents and

three $1 bills = $1+$1+$1 = $3

Total value : 50+5+10+$3 = $3.65

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Explain how you found the amount of money in Jacob’s pocket.

Answer: The total value of the money is find in his pockets

**Share and Show**

Use play coins and bills to solve.

Draw to show what you did.

Question 3.

Val used 3 quarters, 2 nickels, 2 pennies, and one $1 bill to buy a book. How much money did Val use to buy the book?

__________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

2 pennies = 2 cents

and $1 bill

Total value of money = 75+10+2 +$1= $1.87

Therefore, the amount Val use to buy the book = $1.87

Question 4.

Derek has two $1 bills, 2 quarters, and 6 dimes. How much money does he have?

___________

Answer:

Two $1 bills = $1 +$1 = $2

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 6 dimes = 10+10+10+10+10+10 = 60 cents

Total value = $2 +50+60 = $3.10

Question 5.

**THINK SMARTER**

Katy has 3 quarters, 2 nickels, 2 dimes, and 3 pennies. How many more pennies does she need to have $1.10?

________ more pennies

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

and 3 pennies = 3 cents

Total value = 75+10+20+3 = $1.08

To make $1.10 we need two more pennies

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Question 6.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Make Sense of Problems**

Victor has some dollar bills, some quarters, and some nickels. Draw and label dollar bills, quarters, and nickels to show $2.25.

Answer:

one $1 bill ,

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 4 quarters = 25+25+25+25 = 100

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 5 nickels = 5+5+5+5+5= 25

Total value : $1+100+20 = $2.25

Question 7.

**THINK SMARTER**

Ross used 3 quarters, 4 dimes, 3 nickels, and 5 pennies to buy a card. How much money did Ross use to buy the card? Draw to show how you solve the problem.

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 =75 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 3 nickels = 5+5+5 =15

and 5 pennies = 5 cents

Total : 75+40+15+5 = 135 cents

Therefore, the total value of money Ross used to buy the card = $1.35

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Ask your child to explain how he or she solved one problem in this lesson.

### Problem Solving • Money Homework & Practice 7.7

Use play coins and bills to solve.

Draw to show what you did.

Question 1.

Sara has 2 quarters, 1 nickel, and two $1 bills.

How much money does Sara have?

_________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

and two $1 bills = $1+$1 = $2

Total value : $1+$1 +50+5 = $2.55

Question 2.

Brad has one $1 bill, 4 dimes, and 2 nickels in his bank. How much money does Brad have in his bank?

__________

Answer:

$1 bill,

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means, 4 dimes = 10+10+10+10 = 40

and 1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

Total : $1+40+10 = $1.50

Question 3.

Mr. Morgan gives 1 quarter, 3 nickels, 4 pennies, and one $1 bill to the clerk. How much money does Mr. Morgan give the clerk?

__________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 3 nickels = 5+5+5 15

4 pennies = 4 cents

and $1 bill

Total : $1 + 25+15+4 = $1.44

Question 4.

**WRITE**

Write or draw to explain how you would find the total value of two $1 bills and 3 quarters.

Answer:

Two $1 bills = $1+$1 = $2

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

Total = $2 +75 = $2.75

Therefore, the total value of money =$2.75

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

Lee has two $1 bills and 4 dimes. How much money does Lee have?

________

Answer:

4 dimes = 40 cents and $1 bill

The total value of money = $1.40

Question 2.

Dawn has 2 quarters, 1 nickel, and one $1 bill. How much money does Dawn have?

__________

Answer:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 50 cents

1 nickel = 5 cents

and $1 bill

Total value of money is $1.55

**Spiral Review**

Question 3.

What is the value of the underlined digit?

56 ______

Answer:

The value of underlined digit 6 is once

Question 4.

Cecilia collected 342 pennies for her class’s penny drive. Marked collected 243 pennies. Use <, >, or = to compare. Who collected more?

342 ____ 243

________ collected more.

Answer:

342 > 243

Cecilia have collected more .

Question 5.

Brooke’s dog has 15 treats. Then he ate 8 of them. How many treats does he have left?

15 – 8 = _______

Answer:

15 – 8 = 7

Therefore, the number of treats he left = 7

Question 6.

What is the next number in this pattern?

225, 325, 425, 525, ______

Answer: 625

### Lesson 7.8 Time to the Hour and Half Hour

**Essential Question** How do you tell time to the hour and half hour on a clock?

**Listen and Draw**

Draw the hour hand to show each time.

2 hours 30 minutes 2 hours 50 minutes

5 hours 5 minutes 7 hours 25 minutes

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Communicate Describe where the hour hand points to show half past 4:00.

Answer:

The time half past 4:00 is 4: 30

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 nd the minutes hand is on 6 , Which means 30 minutes.

The time is 4:30

**Share and Show**

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 1.

Answer:

The time is 1:00

As the hours hand on 1 and the minutes hand is on 12 .

So, the time is 1 :00

Question 2.

Answer:

8 hours 30 minutes

As the hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 6 .Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 30 minutes

Question 3.

Answer:

3 hours 30 minutes

As the hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 6 .Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 30 minutes

**On Your Own**

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 4.

Answer: 9 hours 30 minutes

As the hours hand is between 9 and 10 and the minutes hand is on 6 .Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 9 hours 30 minutes

Question 5.

Answer: 12 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 12 and 1 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 12 hours 30 minutes

Question 6.

Answer: 6’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 6 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 6 hours or 6:00

Question 7.

Answer: 4’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 4 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 4 hours or 4:00

Question 8.

Answer: 11 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 11 and 12 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 11 hours 30 minutes

Question 9.

Answer: 5 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 5 and 6 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 5 hours 30 minutes

Question 10.

**THINK SMARTER**

Look at the time. Draw the hour hand and the minute hand to show the same time.

Answer:

7:30 2:00 11:00

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Question 11.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Make Connections**

Allie eats lunch when the hour hand points halfway between the 11 and the 12, and the minute hand points to the 6. When does Allie eat lunch? Show the time on both clocks.

How do you know what time to write in the digital clock? Explain.

_______________________

_________________________

Answer:

The hour hand points halfway between the 11 and the 12, and the minute hand points to the 6.

The time Allie eat lunch is 11:30

Question 12.

**THINK SMARTER**

Match the clocks that show the same time.

Answer:

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Have your child describe what he or she knows about a clockface.

### Time to the Hour and Half Hour Homework & Practice 7.8

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 1.

Answer: 3’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 3 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 3 hours or 3:00

Question 2.

Answer: 10 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 10 and 11 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 10 hours 30 minutes

Question 3.

Answer: 4’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 4 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 4 hours or 4:00

**Problem Solving**

Question 4.

Amy’s music lesson begins at 4:00. Draw hands on the clock to show this time.

Answer:

The hours hand is on 4 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 4:00

Question 5.

**WRITE**

Draw a clock to show the time as 2:30. Describe how you decided where the clock hands should point.

______________________

______________________

Answer:

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 6 .Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 2 hours 30 minutes .

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

What is the time on this clock?

_____

Answer: 3 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 30 minutes

Question 2.

What is the time on this clock?

______

Answer: 6’o clock

Explanation:

The hours hand is on 6 and the minutes hand is on 12

So, the time is 6 hours or 6:00

**Spiral Review**

Question 3.

Rachel has one $1 bill, 3 quarters, and 2 pennies. How much money does Rachel have?

________

Answer: $1.77

Explanation:

1 $1 bill ,

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 3 quarters = 25+25+25=75

and 2 pennies = 2 cents

Total $1 +75+2 = $1.77

Therefore, the total value of the money = $1.77

Question 4.

Write <, >, or = to compare 260 and 362.

260 _____ 362

Answer:

260 < 362

Question 5.

What number is shown with these blocks?

______

Answer:

Question 6.

Circle any even numbers.

1 3 4 5

Answer:

4 – Even number

### Lesson 7.9 Time to 5 Minutes

**Essential Question** How do you tell and show time to five minutes?

**Listen and Draw**

Draw the hour hand and the minute hand to show the time.

Answer:

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Describe where the minute hand points to show half past the hour.

Answer: The minutes hand points to 6 Which means , 30 minutes or half past

**Share and Show**

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 1.

Answer: 3 hours 25 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 5 , which means, 25 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 25 minutes

Question 2.

Answer: 9 hours 5 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 9 and 10 and the minutes hand is on 1 , which means, 5 minutes

So, the time is 9 hours 5 minutes

Question 3.

Answer:

Answer: 11 hours 40 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 11 and 40 and the minutes hand is on 8 , which means, 40 minutes

So, the time is 11 hours 40 minutes

Question 4.

Answer:

Answer: 12 hours 50 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 12 and 1 and the minutes hand is on 10 , which means, 50 minutes

So, the time is 12 hours 50 minutes

Question 5.

Answer: 7 hours 15 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 3 , which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 15 minutes

Question 6.

Answer: 5 hours 55 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 5 and 6 and the minutes hand is on 11 , which means, 55 minutes

So, the time is 5 hours 55 minutes

**On Your Own**

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 7.

Answer: 6 hours 40 minutes or 6:40

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 6 and 7 and the minutes hand is on 8 , which means, 40 minutes

So, the time is 6 hours 40 minutes

Question 8.

Answer: 9 hours 20 minutes or 9: 20

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 9 and 10 and the minutes hand is on 4 , which means, 20 minutes

So, the time is 9 hours 20 minutes

Question 9.

Answer: 4 hours 30 minutes or 4:30

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 30 minutes

Question 10.

Answer:

2 hours 45 minutes or 2: 45

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 9 , which means, 45 minutes

So, the time is 2 hours 45 minutes

Question 11.

Answer:

10 hours 10 minutes or 10 :10

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 10 and 11 and the minutes hand is on 2 , which means, 10 minutes

So, the time is 10 hours 10 minutes

Question 12.

Answer:

8 hours 35 minutes or 8:35

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 7 , which means, 35 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 35 minutes

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE Use Models**

Look at the time. Draw the minute hand to show the same time.

Question 13.

Answer:

Question 14.

Answer:

Question 15.

Answer:

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Draw the clock hands to show the time.

Then write the time.

Question 16.

**THINK SMARTER**

My hour hand points between the 8 and the 9. In 35 minutes it will be the next hour. What time is it?

Answer:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 5. Which means, 25 minutes

Also in 35 minutes , it will be 1 hour

So, the time is 8 hours 25 minutes

Question 17.

**GO DEEPER**

Mr. Brady fixes broken computers. Look at the start and finish times for his work on one computer. How many minutes did he work on the computer?

_______ minutes

Answer:

60 minutes

Explanation:

Given that , Mr. Brady fixes broken computers.

The time he starts the work = 4:00

The time he finishes the work = 5: 00

The time difference between 1 hour is 60 minutes

Therefore, the time he took to fix the computer = 60 minutes

Question 18.

**THINK SMARTER**

Angel eats lunch at 12:45. Angel spent 10 minutes eating lunch. Draw the minute hand on the clock to show when Angel finished eating. Write the time.

___ : ____

Answer:

Given that, Angel eats lunch at 12 :45

She spend 10 minutes to eat

10 minutes after 12 :45 means 12:55

Therefore, Angel completes her lunch at 12:55

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Have your child draw a large blank clock face and use two pencils as clock hands to show some different times.

### Time to 5 Minutes Homework & Practice 7.9

Look at the clock hands. Write the time.

Question 1.

Answer:

8 hours 15 minutes or 8: 15

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 3 , which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 15 minutes

Question 2.

Answer:

2 hours 40 minutes or 2:40

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 8 , which means, 40 minutes

So, the time is 2 hours 40 minutes

Question 3.

Answer:

5 hours 55 minutes or 5: 55

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 5 and 6 and the minutes hand is on 11 , which means, 55 minutes

So, the time is 5 hours 55 minutes

**Problem Solving**

Draw the minute hand to show the time.

Then write the time.

Question 4.

My hour hand points between the 4 and the 5. My minute hand points to the 9. What time do I show?

Answer:

The time is 4: 45

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 9 . Which means, 45 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 45 minutes.

Question 5.

**WRITE**

Draw a clock showing 2:50. Explain how you know where the clock hands point.

Answer:

The clock shows the time 2 : 50

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 10 .Which means, 50 minutes

The time is 2 hours 50 minutes .

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

What is the time on this clock?

Answer:

8 hours 5 minutes or 8: 05

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 1 , which means, 5 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 5 minutes

Question 2.

What is the time on this clock?

Answer:

7 hours 20 minutes or 7:20

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 4 , which means, 20 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 20 minutes

**Spiral Review**

Question 3.

What is the sum?

1 + 6 + 8 = _____

Answer: 15

Question 4.

Which number has the same value as 30 tens?

______

Answer: 300

Question 5.

Steven has 3 rows of toys. There are 4 toys in each row. How many toys are there?

_____ toys

Answer:

Given that , Steven has 3 rows of toys

There are 4 toys in each row

Total number of toys 4+4+4 = 12

Therefore, the total number of toys = 12

Question 6.

Jill has 14 buttons. She buys 8 more buttons. How many buttons does Jill have?

Answer:

Given,

The total number of buttons Jill have = 14

Also, she has 8 more buttons

Now, total buttons =

14 + 8 = 22

Therefore, the total number of buttons = 120

### Lesson 7.10 Practice Telling Time

**Essential Question** What are the different ways you can read the time on a clock?

**Listen and Draw**

Write the times on the digital clocks.

Then label the clocks with the children’s names.

- 11 hours 45 minutes – 11: 45
- 3 hours 25 minutes – 3 :25
- 7 hours 15 minutes – 7:15
- 6 hours 10 minutes – 6:10

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Where would the minute hand point to show 15 minutes after the hour? Explain.

Answer:

The minutes hand should point on 3 to show 15 minutes after the hour.

**Share and Show**

Draw the minute hand to show the time. Write the time.

Question 1.

15 minutes after 1

Answer:

15 minutes after 1

The time is 1 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 1 and 2 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 1 hours 15 minutes

Question 2.

half past 9

Answer:

Half past 9 means 30 minutes after 9

The time is 9 hours 30 minutes

The hours hand is between 9 and 10 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 9 hours 30 minutes

Question 3.

quarter past 5

Answer:

Quarter past 5 means 15 minutes after 5

The time is 5 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 5 and 6 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 5 hours 15 minutes

Question 4.

quarter past 10

Answer:

Quarter past 10 means 15 minutes after 10

The time is 10 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 10 and 11 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 10 hours 15 minutes

Question 5.

40 minutes after 3

Answer:

40 minutes after 3 means, 3:40

The time is 3 hours 40 minutes

The hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 8. Which means, 40 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 40 minutes

Question 6.

half past 7

Answer:

Half past 7 means 30 minutes after 7

The time is 7 hours 30 minutes

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 30 minutes

**On Your Own**

Draw the minute hand to show the time.

Write the time.

Question 7.

15 minutes after 11

Answer:

15 minutes after 11 means, 11:15

The time is 11 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 11 and 12 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 11 hours 15 minutes

Question 8.

quarter past 4

Answer:

Quarter past 4 means 15 minutes after 4

The time is 4 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 15 minutes

Question 9.

25 minutes after 8

Answer:

25 minutes after 8

The time is 8 hours 25 minutes

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 5. Which means, 25 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 25 minutes

Question 10.

10 minutes after 6

Answer:

10 minutes after 6 means 6: 10

The time is 6 hours 10 minutes

The hours hand is between 6 and 7 and the minutes hand is on 2. Which means, 10 minutes

So, the time is 6 hours 10 minutes

Question 11.

half past 2

Answer:

Half past 2 means 30 minutes after 2

The time is 2 hours 30 minutes

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 2 hours 30 minutes

Question 12.

45 minutes after 3

Answer:

45 minutes after 4 means, 4: 45

The time is 4 hours 45 minutes

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 9. Which means, 45 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 45 minutes

Question 13.

5 minutes after 7

Answer:

5 minutes after 7 means 7:05

The time is 7 hours 5 minutes

The hours hand is between7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 1. Which means, 5 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 5 minutes

Question 14.

30 minutes after 12

Answer:

30 minutes after 12

The time is 12 hours 30 minutes

The hours hand is between 12 and 1 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 12 hours 30 minutes

Question 15.

quarter past 10

Answer:

Quarter past 10 means 15 minutes after 10

The time is 10 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 10 and 11 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 10 hours 15 minutes

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Question 16.

**THINK SMARTER**

Lily eats lunch at quarter past 12. Meg eats lunch at 12:30. Katie eats lunch at 12:15. Which girls eat lunch at the same time?

_______ and _______

Answer:

Given that, Lily eats lunch at quarter past 12 which also means 30 minutes after 12, 12: 30

Meg eats lunch at 12: 30

and Katie eats lunch at 12: 15

Therefore, Lily and Meg eat lunch at the same time .

Question 17.

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICE**

Explain Soccer practice starts at 4:30. Gabe arrives at soccer practice at 4:15. Does he arrive before or after practice starts? Explain.

____________________

____________________

Answer:

Given that, Soccer practice starts at 4: 30

and Gabi arrives practice at 4: 15

So, Gabi arrives 15 minutes before the soccer practice starts.

Question 18.

**THINK SMARTER**

What time is shown on the clock? Fill in the bubble next to all the ways to write or say the time.

Answer:

The hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 5 . Which means, 25 minutes

So the time is 3 : 25 or 25 minutes after 3

- 3: 25
- 25 minutes after 3

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Name a time to 5 minutes. Ask your child to describe where the clock hands point at this time.

### Practice Telling Time Homework & Practice 7.10

Draw the minute hand to show the time. Write the time.

Question 1.

quarter past 7

Answer:

Quarter past 7 means 15 minutes after 7

The time is 7 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 15 minutes

Question 2.

half past 3

Answer:

Half past 3 means 30 minutes after 3

The time is 3 hours 30minutes

The hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 30 minutes

Question 3.

50 minutes after 1

Answer:

50 minutes after 1 means 1 hour 50 minutes

The time is 1 hours 50minutes

The hours hand is between 1 and 2 and the minutes hand is on 10. Which means, 50 minutes

So, the time is 1 hours 50 minutes

Question 4.

quarter past 11

Answer:

Quarter past 11 means 15 minutes after 11

The time is 11 hours 15 minutes

The hours hand is between 11 and 12 and the minutes hand is on 3. Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 11 hours 15 minutes

**Problem Solving**

Draw hands on the clock to solve.

Question 5.

Josh got to school at half past 8. Show this time on the clock.

Answer:

Half past 8 means, 30 minutes after 8

The time Josh got to school is 8 hours 30 minutes

As the hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 6. Which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 30 minutes

Question 6.

**WRITE**

Write the time 8:30. Then write this time in two other ways, using words.

______________

________________

Answer:

The time is

8:30 = Half past 8

8 :30 – 8 hours 30 minutes

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

Write the time on this clock using words.

Answer: The time is six hours fifteen minutes or quarter past 6

**Spiral Review**

Question 2.

What is the value of this group of coins?

Answer: 46 cents

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10=20

1 penny = 1 cents

Total : 25+20+1 = 46 cents

Therefore, the total value of the coins = 46 cents

Question 3.

What time is shown on this clock?

________

Answer: 7:15

Explanation :

The hours hand is between 7 and the minutes hand is on 3 ,Which means 15 minutes

So ,the time is 7 hours 15 hours.

Question 4.

Write six hundred forty-seven using numbers.

______________

Answer:

647 – Six hundred forty-seven

### Lesson 7.11 A.M. and P.M.

**Essential Question** How do you use A.M. and P.M. to describe times?

**Listen and Draw**

Draw the clock hands to show each time.

Then write each time.

Answer:

The time is 7 hours 15 minutes a.m.

As the hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 3 Which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 15 minutes a.m.

The time is 3 hours 45 minutes p.m.

As the hours hand is between 3 and 4 and the minutes hand is on 9 .Which means, 45 minutes

So, the time is 3 hours 45 minutes .

**MATHEMATICAL PRACTICES**

Describe some activities that you do in both the morning and in the evening.

Answer:

The activities that we do in both the morning and in the evening are

- Reading
- Exercise/meditation
- Brushing teeth
- Taking bath

**Share and Show**

Write the time. Then circle a.m. or p.m.

Question 1.

eat breakfast

Answer:

7:15 a.m.

7 hours 15 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 3 , which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 7 hours 15 minutes

Question 2.

go to art class

Answer:

1:40 p.m.

1 hours 40 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 1 and 2 and the minutes hand is on 8 , which means, 40 minutes

So, the time is 1 hours 40 minutes

Question 3.

do homework

Answer:

4:30 p.m.

4 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 30 minutes

Question 4.

arrive at school

Answer:

8: 25 a.m.

8 hours 25 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 5 , which means, 25 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 25 minutes

**On Your Own**

Write the time. Then circle a.m. or p.m.

Question 5.

go to the library

Answer:

2:50 p.m.

2 hours 50 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 2 and 3 and the minutes hand is on 10 , which means, 50 minutes

So, the time is 2 hours 50 minutes

Question 6.

go to science class

Answer:

10:30 a.m.

10 hours 30 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 10 and 11 and the minutes hand is on 6 , which means, 30 minutes

So, the time is 10 hours 30 minutes

Question 7.

eat lunch

Answer:

11:45 a.m.

11 hours 45 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 11 and 12 and the minutes hand is on 9 , which means, 45 minutes

So, the time is 11 hours 45 minutes

Question 8.

look at the moon

Answer:

8: 15 p.m.

8 hours 15 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 8 and 9 and the minutes hand is on 3 , which means, 15 minutes

So, the time is 8 hours 15 minutes

Question 9.

**THINK SMARTER**

Use the times in the list to complete the story.

Don got to school at _______. His class went to the library at _____. After school, Don read a book at _____.

Answer:

Don got to school at 8 : 30 a.m. His class went to the library at 10:15a.m. After school, Don read a book at 3:20p.m.

**Problem Solving • Applications**

Question 10.

**GO DEEPER**

Some times are shown on this time line. Write a label for each dot that names something you do at school during that part of the day.

At what times would you say the dots are placed on the time line?

_____ and _____

Answer:

8:00 a.m. – Yoga class

10:00 a.m. – Project work

Noon – Eat lunch

2:00 p.m. – Music class

4: 00 – Games

- 9: 00 a.m.
- 1:00 p.m.

Question 11.

**THINK SMARTER+**

The clock shows the time Jane goes to recess. Write the time. Then circle a.m. or p.m.

Recess lasted one hour. Write the time recess was over. Write a.m. or p.m.

_______________

Answer:

The clock sows the time is 11: 30 a.m.

As the hours hand is between 11 and 12 and the minutes hand is on 6 Which means, 30 minutes

So , the time is 11 hours 30 minutes a.m.

Given that, Recess lasted one hour .

So, the time recess was over is 12 : 30 p.m.

**TAKE HOME ACTIVITY** • Name some activities and times. Have your child say a.m. or p.m. for the times.

### A.M. and P.M. Homework & Practice 7.11

Write the time. Then circle A.M. or P.M.

Question 1.

walk the dog

Answer: 4 hours 40 minutes p.m.

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 8 .Which means 40 minutes

So the time is 4:40 p.m.

Question 2.

finish breakfast

Answer:

7 hours 30 minutes A.m.

Explanation :

The hours hand is between 7 and 8 and the minutes hand is on 6 . Which means , 30 minutes

So, the time is 7 : 30 a.m.

**Problem Solving**

Use the list of times. Complete the story.

Question 3.

Jess woke up at _____. She got on the bus at _____ and went to school. She left school at _______.

Answer:

Jess woke up at 7:00 A.m. She got on the bus at 8:30 A.m. and went to school . She left the school at 3:15 p.m.

Question 4.

**WRITE**

List two school activities that you do in the morning and two school activities that you do in the afternoon. Write times for these activities using A.M. and P.M.

___________________

__________________

Answer:

Morning activities:

a. Yoga class – 8:30 a.m.

b. Art class – 11:45 a.m.

Evening activities

a. Drawing time : 3:30 p.m.

b. Music class : 5:00 p.m.

**Lesson Check**

Question 1.

The clock shows when the soccer game ended. What time was it?

_______

Answer:

4 hours 50 minutes

Explanation:

The hours hand is between 4 and 5 and the minutes hand is on 10 ,Which means 50 minutes

So, the time is 4 hours 50 minutes

Question 2.

The clock shows when Dad gets up for work. What time is it?

_______

Answer:

6 hours 10 minutes

Explanation :

The hours hand is on 6 and the minutes hand is on 2 .Which means, 10 minutes

So, the time is 6 hours 10 minutes .

**Spiral Review**

Question 3.

What coin has the same value as 25 pennies? Draw your answer.

Answer:

Quarter

Explanation:

1 penny = 1 cent

Which means , 25 pennies = 25 cents

We know that 1 quarter = 25 cents

So, the coin is a quarter coin.

Question 4.

Describe 72 as a sum of tens and ones.

____ + ____

Answer:

72 can be shown in tens as 70 and once as 2

Total : 70 + 2 = 72

Question 5.

At the beginning of the school year there were 437 2nd graders at Woods Elementary. Over the course of the year,24 students joined. How many 2nd graders are there at the end of the year?

Answer:

4 3 7

+ 2 4

_______________

4 6 1

Therefore, the number of 2nd graders are there at the end of the year = 461

Question 6.

What time is quarter past 3?

_______

Answer:

3 : 15

quarter past means 15 minutes after 3

So the time is 3 hours 15 minutes.

### Money and Time Review/Test

Question 1.

Andrea pays $2.15 for a jump rope. Fill in the bubble next to all the ways that show $2.15.

Answer:

- two $1 bills , 1 dime and 1 nickel = $2.15
- one $1 bill, 3 quarters and 4 dimes = $2.15

Question 2.

The clock shows the time Michael eats breakfast.

Write the time. Circle a.m. or p.m.

Tell how you knew whether to select a.m. or p.m.

Answer: 7:10 a.m.

The time is 7 hours 10 minutes as the hours hand is on 7 and the minutes hand is on 2, Which means 10 minutes

And also breakfast is consumed in morning time

So, the time is 7: 10 a.m.

Question 3.

Fill in the bubble next to all the groups of coins with a total of 60¢.

Answer:

- Yes, because 2 quarters = 50¢ , 1 dime= 10¢ ; Total = 60¢
- Yes, because 1 quarter = 25 ¢,2 dimes = 20¢ and 3 nickels = 15¢ ;Total = 60¢
- No, because 5 dimes = 50¢, 1 nickel = 5¢ 6 pennies = 6 cents ;Total = 61¢
- No, because 4 nickels = 20¢ , 20 pennies = 20 cents ;Total = 40¢

Question 4.

**GO DEEPER**

Tess gave Raul these coins. Tess says she gave Raul $1.00. Is Tess correct? Explain.

_______________________

______________________

Answer: No, she is wrong

Explanation:

$1 = 100 cents

The value of the coins she gave =

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters= 25+25 = 50

and 1 dime = 10 cents

Total :

50 + 10 = 60

So, the value of coins she gave to Raul = 60¢

Therefore, Tess is wrong .

Question 5.

Write the time that is shown on this clock.

Answer: 8 hours 5 minutes

Explanation :

The hours hand is on 8 and the minutes hand is on 1 which means, 5 minutes

So, the time is 68 hours 5 minutes

Question 6.

What time is shown on the clock? Fill in the bubble next to all the ways to write or say the time.

Answer: The time in the given clock is 4 hours 35 minutes

It can be shown as 4 : 35

It can also be written as 35 minutes past 4

Question 7.

**THINK SMARTER+**

Alicia has this money in her pocket.

Answer: $1.70

Explanation:

1 dollar = 100 cents

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 dime = 10 cents

Which means , 2 dimes = 10+10 = 20

Total value of money = 100+50+20 = 170 cents

Is can be shown as $1 .70

Therefore, Alicia has a total of $1.70 in her pocket.

Question 8.

Kate’s father gave her these coins. Write the value of the coins. Explain how you found the the total value.

_________________________

_________________________

Answer:31 ¢

Explanation:

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means, 2 quarters = 25+25 = 50

1 nickel = 5 cents

Which means, 2 nickels = 5+5 = 10

and 1 penny = 1 cent

Total value of coins = 50+10+1 = 61¢

Question 9.

Write the times the clocks show.

Answer:

- 4 hours 30 minutes
- 7 hours 30 minutes
- 5 ‘o clock

Question 10.

Ben has 30¢. Circle coins to show this amount.

Answer:

Question 11.

Mia buys apples that costs 76¢.

Draw and label coins to show a total value of 76¢

Answer:

76¢ can be shown as 3 quarters and 1 penny

1 quarter = 25 cents

Which means , 3 quarters = 25+25+25 = 75

And 1 penny = 1 cents

Total : 75+1 = 76¢