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Students will practice counting quarters, nickels, dimes, and pennies, using these worksheets as their guide. The coins pictured on the worksheets have been formatted with touch points, to help students skip count to find the value of the coins. Each touch point represents five cents. Therefore, n
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Counting the value of a mixed group of coins can be tricky. This step-by-step workbook teaches students to use touch points to make it much easier! It contains four sections: 1. Groups of “like” coins 2. Groups of mixed coins 3. Dollar bills and coins4. GamesIncludes: ★ Student Bookl
Help your students learn to count money using touch points. Count touch points by 5. (The penny is blank and students are instructed to count it as 1). Simply print (& laminate) posters and display in classroom.
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These Touch Point Math Numbers and Coins are the perfect student desk reference! They fit perfectly in the Target Rectangle and Square Adhesive Label pockets. Download the preview file for a closer look! Simply print on cardstock and laminate for durability. You could also tape or use velcro to
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*** Before you purchase this mat, please go check out my Math mats bundle. You'll get one of these mats plus more than 20 others for a GREAT deal! http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Math-Mats-Bundle-K-2-over-20-Math-mats These money mats help organize money for counting. The touch points
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This is a hands on way to practice counting coins with the Touch Points Method while practicing fine motor skills. These cards can be used for students with special needs, in small group rotations, or an independent setting, Included are 52 Touch Money Clip Strips with 3 answer choices per card. C
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I created this page to help my students learn how to count coins. I included an instructional piece (explaining how to use touch points) and practice problems. I also included a section on counting when the touch points aren't already drawn on as well as how to use it when counting with symbols for
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This touch point money packet has embedded manipulatives in the form of dots that are designed for students who are extending upon the basic concepts of money and skip counting. The coins pictured on the worksheets have been formatted with touch points, to help students skip count to find the value
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Money posters with touch points is a great way to teach students to recognize bills and coins and to add bills and coins. What's Included * 1, 5, 10, 20, 50 dollar bills * Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter- front and backs * Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter- front and backs with touch points * Counting by
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Individual money touch point strips and coordinating posters that students can use to help recognize and count coins. The touch point strips should be laminated and cut out for students to have at their tables. They can be used with various teaching models like touch point math to aid students learn
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Essential touch point materials: 54 posters total (color & and blackline). Each poster comes WITH and WITHOUT the touch points so displays can be updated as students no longer need to use the touch points. Number posters for numerals 1-9, but 10 is included in the number line. Money Poster
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This Power Point Slide Show can be used to introduce touch point money counting. It is also a great review. Touch point money is so easy for kids to learn! It makes teaching a difficult concept a piece of cake!
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I love teaching counting money with these touch points. It help the kiddos skip from a quarter to a dime or nickle.
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This is a great resource to help your child or student count money. It teaches them how to place points on coins to help count a collection. Students can use this chart to help with classroom assignments or centers. Related Products- Hundreds Money Chart Coloring a Collection of Coins Coloring
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Our second graders need a refresher on counting coins before starting our Math in Focus unit on money each year. This unit fills the gap for our young mathematicians, and we think it can for you as well. The first 17 slides are for your launch lesson. The remaining slides include game boards for y
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10 ready to use money math coin worksheets with coins in value order, with touch points given. Great for differentiating instruction.
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Students will have a blast playing this fun BINGO game! This packet includes a blank BINGO (MONEY-O) card, 20 coin squares (with and without touch points), and teacher calling cards. Students will choose 16 out of the 20 coin squares to cut out and glue on to their MONEY-O cards in any order. Befor
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Counting Money - Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies. Using touch points.Laminate and spiral bound in a book for resuse.
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Teach how to use touch points for coins as well as provide scaffolded practice. This bundle includes two Touch Point Coins Google Slides activities. In Touch Point Coins #1, students will go through teaching slides and then practice using the touch points with increasing difficulty. In Touch Point
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Save money! Unit 1-4 of my coin identification lessons and a bonus, various single digit touchpoint math worksheets. 75 total pages!
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Using touch points makes counting money easy!
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Everyone loves money. It is important to recognize coins these bright classroom visuals and individual student charts will do the trick! Included in this set are the following: -- Large classroom visuals of the coins. Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter, Half Dollar -- Half page classroom visuals of
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This Product is perfect for those students struggling with counting coins. It is also a great way to introduce counting money to those students who already use touch math. These also go along with Common Core State Standards. For those who haven’t used touch points for money before, the third and
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This is a product to help students who are beginning to identify and count coins. You get FOUR six page booklets on facts about pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. One copy can be printed front and back, four staples added, and chopped down the middle to cover two students. You also get six pract
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