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PLACE VALUE PARKING LOT MODEL with MONEY:    
Video lesson |  PV Parking Lot Chart: $10M to penny  [Blank chart: print, cut, laminate, use with dry erase markers.]

Poster of realistic teaching money bills from one to quadrillion with different color clips for each place (units, thousands, millions, billions, trillions, and quadrillion).
See the TEACHING MONEY PDF  file for printable bills that can be cut out and used to practice modeling place value, counting, trading up and down, addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division. 

Place Value Parking Lot $100M to cents.


Printable $ Bills in denominations from $1 to $1 Quadrillion.  Page | Printable Bills PDF


PLACE VALUE TO QUADRILLION

Notice how commas separate each set of three bills.

In each set of three bills, the pattern from right to left is ONES, TENS, HUNDREDS. 

 $2,111,111,111,111,111.
use money to teach place value! US Bills and coins to 100 million

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Poster of Play Money and real money illustrating the place value parking lot for thousandth, hundredth,tenth, one, ten, hundred, and thousand.


Poster of Play Money bills from 1 to Quadrillion with different color clips for units, thousands, millions, billions, trillions, and quadrillions.

Order a set of the multicolored teaching bills depicted above.  
(10 of each denomination x 19 bills = 190 bills) for $15.00 (includes shipping but not 6% MI sales tax).
Also includes bills for dime (tenth),  penny (hundredth),  and mill (thousandth).  Clips are not included. 

You can download a black and white set of these play money bills covering 1/1000 to 1 Quadrillion from the list of files attached to the bottom of this page. The file is named. 1toQuadrillion16bills.pdf   (Size: 6128k).  

HALF, 1/2, 50% of something

Halves: $ bill denominations representing 1/2 of $1. to 1/2 a Quadrillion.  Page

Poster illustrates halves from 5 mills to 5 thousand: 5 .mills, 5 cents, 5 tenths, 5 dollars, 50, 500, 5000

Poster showing halves from 5 to 500 billion with clips for each place value.

PLACE VALUE with MONEY VIDEO LESSONS: 

(These silent lessons allow the teacher to talk while showing the video & allow students to count aloud while using the video graphics.  Student can use the videos to TEACH the concepts- the BEST way to OWN or remember the information long-term.) 


 V  A  L  U  E
 HUNDREDS  TENS  ONES
WHOLE
             DOLLARS       .
 DIMES
TENTHS
CENTS
PENNIES
HUNDREDTHS
CENTS
#15  $195. to $200.  #6 $10.00 to $20.00  #5 $1.00 to $10.00   #3: Count from $.25 to $.50, 50%, Place Value.   #1: PENNY, 1 cent, 1%, 1/100, .01
 #16  $295. to $300.   #7 $20.00 to $30.00     #4: $.50 to $1.00, %, Fraction, Decimal  # 2:  $.01 to  $.25
 #17  $395. to $400. #8  $30.00 to $40.00    #23  Count by 10s to 100: cents, decimals, fractions (tenths & hundredths), percents, multiplication  #21  Count by 5s to 100
 #18  $495 to $500. #9 $40.00 to $50.00      #22  Count by 5s to 100: .05, 5%, 5/100, 1/20, etc.
#19  $595. to $600. #10  $50.00 to $60.00      
 #20  $695. to $700. #11  $60.00 to $70.00      
 $795. to $800. #12  $70.00 to $80.00      
 $895 to $900. #13  $80.00 to $90.00      
  $995 to $1,000. #14  $90.00 to $100.00      
         
Measurement: Nominal,  Ordinal,Interval, Ratio  4 levels of measurement       illustrated  


 P  L  A  C  E  V  A  L  U E 
Ten
Million
 
 One
Million
Hundred
Thousand
Ten
Thousand
One
Thousand
One
Hundred
 
Ten Dollars  One Dollar  . Dimes  Pennies
 10 
TEN- MILLION dollar bills are traded for
1 HUNDRED 
-MILLION 
dollar bill
 10 MILLION dollar bills are traded for
1
TEN- 
MILLION dollar bill
 10 HUNDRED- THOUSAND 
dollar bills
are traded for
1
MILLION dollar bill
 10
TEN- THOUSAND
dollar bills are traded for
1 HUNDRED-
THOUSAND
dollar bill
 10 THOUSAND
dollar bills
are traded for
1
TEN- THOUSAND
dollar bill
 10 HUNDRED
dollar bills are traded for
1 THOUSAND
dollar bill

 10
TEN Dollar
bills are traded in for
1 HUNDRED dollar bill
 10
DOLLARS are traded in for
1
TEN dollar bill
 10 Dimes are traded in for
1
Dollar
 10 Pennies are traded
in for
1
Dime
 TEN-
MILLIONS
MILLIONS  HUNDRED-
THOUSANDS
 TEN-
THOUSANDS
 THOUSANDS


 HUNDREDS  TENS ONES   TenTHS  Hundred-THS
10,000,000. 1,000,000.  100,000. 10,000  1,000. 100 10  1.  .0  .00

GATHER 10 and TRADE THEM IN: 

TRADING: YOU only need TEN (10) of any of these to trade for the one that is the next larger in value.

TRADE 10 PENNIES for 1 DIME.

TRADE 10 DIMES for 1 DOLLAR.

TRADE 10 DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TEN-DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 TEN-DOLLAR BILLS for 1 HUNDRED-DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 HUNDRED-DOLLAR BILLS for 1 THOUSAND DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 THOUSAND DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TEN-THOUSAND DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 TEN-THOUSAND DOLLAR BILLS for 1 HUNDRED-THOUSAND DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 HUNDRED-THOUSAND DOLLAR BILLS for 1 MILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 MILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TEN-MILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 TEN-MILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 HUNDRED-MILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 HUNDRED-MILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 BILLION DOLLAR BILL

TRADE 10 BILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TEN-BILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 TEN-BILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 HUNDRED-BILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 HUNDRED-BILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TRILLION DOLLAR BILL.
 
TRADE 10 TRILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 TEN-TRILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 TEN-TRILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 HUNDRED-TRILLION DOLLAR BILL.

TRADE 10 HUNDRED-TRILLION DOLLAR BILLS for 1 QUADRILLION DOLLAR BILL.


NOTE ABOUT REALISTIC TEACHING MONEY

Life-like bills are highly recommend because learning disabled students have great difficulty generalizing or applying  practice to real-life situations. Learning the basic concepts using real coins and life-like bills, will assure that understanding is transferred to real problem solving. 

Play money and plastic coins and counters are of limited value to dyscalculic students. Obviously, the life-like bills used here are solely intended to illustrate place value in the base-10 system. 

Use your money to demonstrate numbers in the news!

There are federal rules concerning reproductions of actual US currency. 
 (a) In general, photocopies of currency must be sized < 75% or > 1.5 times the original. 
 (b) Must be one-sided.

US Bills in General Circulation Today: $1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50, $100. 
 (a) Denominations last printed in 1945: $500; $1,000; $5,000; $10,000; $100,000. 
 (b) Circulation of these larger denominations was discontinued in 1969, for lack of use. 
 (c) The US Treasury never issued bills larger than $100,000. 


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