Represent various money amounts using these realistic images of Canadian coins and bills.
Create visual representations that help explore mathematical thinking related to:
● Estimating and counting the value of a collection of money ● Skip counting using the value of one of the coins or bills ● Representing the relationship between coins and bills. (e.g., There are 8 quarters in a toonie) ● Adding and subtracting money amounts by making simulated purchases and providing change ● Exploring place value and unit conversions ● Multiplicative thinking ● Anchors of 2, 5 and 10
● Customize the allowable set of currencies ● Resize images for easier manipulation ● Show labels indicating the value of each currency ● Set the units of these labels to indicate dollars or cents ● Set the number of copies to drag from the cash drawer ● Step through a history of your work with the undo/redo buttons ● Check to see how many of each type of currency are in the workspace ● Multiple select items in the workspace, then copy, move or recycle as a group ● Communicate your thinking or highlight various features of your representation using the built-in annotation tool. ● Import multiple images, position and resize them ● Switch between English and French