Looking for fun engaging activities to help your students learn and practice coin value, recognition and counting? This unit includes several games and activities great for centers and whole group activities. It includes:
*Racing Coin patterns: Coin recognition
*Save & Spend: Coin value/recognition
*Coin Corners: Coin value/recognition
*Money Memory: Coin value/recognition
*Don't Break the Bank: Coin value/recognition
and counting money
*Fill the Piggy Bank: Coin value/recognition
*Roll, Tally, Graph: Coin value/recognition
*Coin Maps: Coin characteristics & traits
*Class Piggy Bank: Class behavior incentive
*Piggy Bank Sorting & Data Analysis: Coin value/recognition & counting money
*Show me the Money: Counting money, same, fewer, more.
*Money in the Bank: Coin value/ recognition
*Cash Cones: Combining sets of coins to make a certain amount.
*This Little Piggie Went to Market: Coin value/recognition
*Nickel & Quarter Venn Diagram: Comparing and contrasting the difference between those tricky coins.
I always love your units! This unit has SO MANY great activites and the price is VERY REASONABLE for all the activities that are included! We have had SO MUCH FUN learning about money because of your unit!!! Thank you for providing such a GREAT unit!!! :0)
April 24, 2013
This is a great find! I work with a small group of students who need a fun way to practice their newly acquired money concepts. Working with different grade levels at the same time, this product will allow for differentiation as well!!! Thanks so much!
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I have 4th through 7th graders with bd/ed and I'm looking for some fun reinforcing activities for math centers. The average math level of my students is around 5th grade. Do you think this would be appropriate for 5th graders? I cannot seem to see what all is included in this, so I would appreciate your feedback! Thank you!
Hi! The majority of this packet deals with coin value and recognition. There are a few games that focus on combining coins sets to make a certain amount and then there is a game that works on counting a set of coins. are there certain skills your students are needing help with? Let me know what you are looking for and I can tell you if it would work for you or not. :-) Hope that helps!