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Know your dough! Working with coins is a great way to gain a variety of math skills, including addition, skip-counting, problem-solving and more. If you're a parent or teacher, you'll want to give kids actual coins to practice with—they make great manipulatives. And there are lots of real-world opportunities for making change.

Readeez Money Math contains three distinct, mutually reinforcing components: Video, Audio and E-book. 

The songs: 

"The Value of a Dollar"presents ways of making change for a dollar using quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies. It also provides a few alternate permutations (there are 293 in all, if you include half-dollar and dollar coins).

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Penny, nickel, dime, quarter: Four stars from "The Value of a Dollar."

"Penny, You're The One" includes penny-equivalents for a nickel, dime, quarter and dollar. Also counsels youngsters to "save your pennies and your fortune has begun."

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When pennies make a quarter, you've got 25. From "Penny You're The One."

"Nickelish" includes skip-counting by fives to one hundred. And while frugality is important (see above), Isabel claims she's going to share her nickels with her friends.

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The song "Nickelish" presents skip-counting by fives all the way to one hundred. Pictured: Six nickels (30 cents).

"Dime and Dime Again" features skip-counting by tens to one hundred. The repeated line "ten pennies equal a dime" will help kids remember this indisputable fact.

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"If you're counting dimes, here's a helpful rhyme: Ten pennies equal a dime" "Dime and Dime Again" counts by tens to one hundred. Also associates dimes with their value in cents.

"Quarterrific" establishes that quarters are worth 25 cents each and gives cent-equivalents for one, two, three and four quarters. Also advises listeners to "start with the quarters" when counting a mixed group of coins.

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The super-catchy "Quarterrific" shows how to count by 25, and gives this helpful tip for counting mixed coins.

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"Quarterrific," like all of the Money Math songs, makes learning facts about U.S. currency a breeze.

The Money Math Folderful contains:

• One video file (.m4v format, approx. 7:40) 
• Five MP3 files (unprotected)
• 1 full-color eBook (PDF form; printable at 8.5 x 11)
• Artwork for the MP3 files
• A "Read Me" file

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The Money Math Folderful is fully compatible with Mac and PC. The cost is $9.99. 

IPAD USERS: Our products WILL WORK on your iPad, but you must first download them to your computer, then sync the files (audio or video) with the iPad.