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1 nickel + 2 cents are 2 nickels + 2 cents are 1 nickel + 3 cents are 1 nickel + 6 cents are 1 nickel + 7 cents are 1 nickel +4 cents are 2 nickels 4 cents are 2 nickels 8 cents are 12 cents

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NUMBER STORIES

Frank had 12 cents. He spent 2 cents for a top and 3 cents for a little flag. He had cents left.

Kate had 11 cents. She spent 5 cents for a doll's hat and 2 cents for candy. She had cents left.

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FRANK. See the measures that Uncle Will left here.

Kate. This measure holds one quart of water. Frank. This measure holds just one half as much.

It holds one pint. In one quart there are

pints. Kate. I will put one quart of water into this pail.

Now there are two pints in it. Frank. I will put one half quart into it. Now there are

pints of water in the pail. That makes a whole quart and half a quart.

quarts of water in the

KATE. Now there are

pail.

Frank. Let us fill the pail half full.

NUMBERS THROUGH 12 — HALVES

KATE. There are now six pints of water in it and it

is half full.

Frank. There are quarts in the pail.
Kate. If I put in six pints more there will be

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