This is a bingo board with "money" spelled out at the top instead of bingo, so when a student gets bingo, they will call out "money" instead. There are three pages to this document, the money board, a cut and paste grid of different amounts of money, and a cut and paste board with different coin combinations. You can choose whether or not you want them to copy and paste the amounts or the combinations. Whichever grid you don't have them cut and paste, is the grid that you will call off (the two grids correlate). You could even make your own money boards and use them to call off that way you don't lose the pieces. I just marked the ones I called with an x (in pencil). The kids can use real or fake coins to mark their answers, or even chocolate coins. Or you could hand out chocolate coins to the money winners. My students LOVED playing this. It's a great way to reinforce the concept of counting coins. It could be used as a math center as well because the child who calls off the amounts/combinations will be learning how to count coins as well.