Refer to our Texas Go Math Grade 1 Answer Key Pdf to score good marks in the exams. Test yourself by practicing the problems from Texas Go Math Grade 1 Unit 6 Answer Key Personal Financial Literacy.
Texas Go Math Grade 1 Unit 6 Answer Key Personal Financial Literacy
Show What You Know
Check your understanding of important skills.
Write the numbers to complete counting forward.
9, 10, 11, _______, 13, 14, 15
The Missing number is 12
9, 10, 11, 12, 13, 14, 15.
_____, 36, 37, 38, 31, 40, ____
The missing numbers are 35 and 41.
35, 36, 37, 38, 31, 40, 41.
Count and Write Numbers to 10
How many objects are in each set?
In each set there are 5 butterflies.
There is only 1 cat.
There are 8 leaves.
Add in Any Order
Use to add. Color to match. Write each sum.
1 + 4 = __________
1 + 4 = 5
4 + 1 = ___________
4 + 1 = 5.
Sort the words from the box.
Count. Write the total value.
The coins are 1 nickel, 5 cents, 1 quarter, 1 cent and 1 quarter.
Total value of coins are 1 cent + 5 cent + 25 cent + 1 cent + 25 cents = 57 cents
The coins are 1 dime, 1 nickel, 1 nickel, 1 nickel, 1 quarter
The value of coins are 10 cents + 5 cents + 5 cents + 5 cents + 25 cents = 50 cents.
The coins are 1 quarter, 1 quarter, 1 dime, 5 cents, 1 quarter, 1 cent.
The value of coins are 25 cents + 25 cents + 10 cents + 5 cents + 25 cents + 1 cent = 91 cents.
Jenny Hen’s Penny Bakery written by Tim Johnson illustrated by Diane Greenseid
This Take-Home Book belongs to
Jenny Hen, also known as Little Red, runs a bakery and sells bread. She also sells cakes and pies, and pizzas too, in every size!
Duck comes in. He’s first to buy. He’s come to get on apple pie.
“Five pennies for the pie,” says Jenny.
“Oh, dear Hen, I haven’t any.”
“Oh me, oh my, this is a pickle.
I have no pennies, just a nickel!”
Jenny smiles, “Then you’re in luck.
A nickel’s worth five pennies, Duck!”
Happy he can buy his pie, Duck lets out a great big sigh. He leaves the store and in comes Ted, a tabby cat, to buy some bread.
“Wheat or white?” asks Jenny. “Either one will cost ten pennies.”
Says Ted, “Oh woe is me, and what a crime. I haven’t pennies, just this dime.” Jenny smiles, and says, “Oh, please don’t fret! A dime’s worth ten pennies! So you’re all set!”
If you ran a bakery, what would you sell? How much would you charge for your bakery items? Draw pictures to show your ideas.
Write about the Math
Write Math Look at the picture. Draw and write your own story about the bakery. Tell what you can buy and how much it costs.
What Is It Worth?
Jenny Hen sells pie for 5¢ at her bakery.
What coin has a value of 5c?
1 Nickel has a value of 5 cents.
Duck finds a nickel. Now he has 2 nickels. How many pies can he buy?
Duck finds a nickel.
Now he has 2 nickels
1 nickel = 5 cents then 2 nickels = 10 cents.
Duck can buy 2 pies.
What coin has the same value as 2 nickels?
2 nickels = 10 cents.
10 cents = 1 dime
The dime has the same value as 2 nickels.
Bread costs 10¢ at the bakery. You have I nickel and 4 pennies. Can you buy the bread? Explain.
Bread costs = 10¢ at the bakery.
He have 1 nickel and 4 pennies
1 nickel = 5 cents
1 pennies = 1 cent then 4 pennies = 4 cents.
The total money they have = 1 cent + 4 cent = 5 cents.
He have not enough money to buy a bread.
Math Board Write a story about buying cookies at the bakery. Tell how much each cookie costs. Tell how much it costs for more than I cookie.
Answer: Mario run a bakery where he sells cookies, Drlng wanted to buy some cookies there so she went and asked for cookies, Mario said each cookie costs 5 cents so Drlng gave four 5 cents coins and bought 4 cookies