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Need some coin counting practice? This freebie could be used as a math station, individual practice, or partner fun! Your kids will identify and add coins to one dollar! To Play: Students will use their pencil and a paperclip to create the spinner. In partners, students will spin the paperclip and
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In this fun and easy-to-manage math game, students will practice using the add-on strategy to count coins up to \$1.00. It's great for math centers or whole-class review in groups. This download contains: * printable game board blackline master * printable game board in color for laminating or ex
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Your students will love this money math station! Students put all the coins in a pile. Take turns rolling the number cube and placing that number of pennies on the penny shapes on your game board. When you get 5 pennies, put them back in the pile and trade them for a nickel. Put your nickel in t
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Looking for a fun way for your students to practice place value and coin value? Here is the all-in-one package you've been looking for! Ten mats and directions are included. Race to a Dollar: (all with and without coin outlines) - Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters - Pennies, Nickels, Dimes - Pen
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Students can play this game by rolling dice and either coloring or covering the pennies for the number they rolled on their chart. They keep going until they have covered all 100 pennies. This game can be played either individually, with a partner or in small groups.
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Students can identify coins, and their values them with this fun game! Students can roll a dice to decide how many pennies to pick up. They can trade their way up to a dollar, whoever gets their first, wins! This board features colored photographs of each coin and spots specifically designed for eac
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Fun, easy full color coin exchange game using actual size and real pictures of money. Helps students recognize actual coins (both heads and tails) as well as value. Uses quarters as a bonus incentive to help students understand the place and value of quarters in the money system.
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In this math activity, students take turns adding up money (in the form of pennies, nickels, and dimes) until one player reaches \$1.00. Whoever reaches \$1.00 first is the winner. The activity includes a recording sheet for students to record the amount of money the spinner landed on, and the total
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Grab all three of these math center games! Each is played the same way, but makes it easy to reach your higher and lower level learners. Students will roll a dice to collect pennies. As they collect pennies they will trade in their coins (i.e 5 pennies for a nickel, 2 nickels for a dime) until the
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Students practice quick thinking as well as reinforcing how to make change as they spin the spinner and race to be the first to reach \$1.
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Two players will roll a single six-sided die. Depending on what they roll on the dice will determine what coin they roll for that turn. If they roll a 1, they will get a penny. If they roll a 2 or 3 they will get a nickel. If they roll a 4 or 5, they will get a dime. If they roll a 6, they wil
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A fun way for students to practice counting money and trading coins and bills! This game includes both color and black and white game boards to best suit your needs. You will need dice and plastic money to play the game (not included).
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Students move around a game board in an attempt to be the first one to collect exactly a dollar in coins. Along the way, they must identify the coins they land on and their value.
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This classic math game is updated with fun, kid-friendly graphics— which will make the trading of coins easier to visualize! It’s a great activity for introducing money and the concept of coin exchange. The object of this game is simple: be the first player to exchange 10 dimes for a dollar. The
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A quick and easy game to review coin recognition, and counting sets of coins. Students roll a standard die, and choose a coin based on their roll. With each roll, the students add their coin. The first player to \$1.00 without going over, is the winner! Font from kevinandamanda.com
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Race to a Dollar has children using coins to get to a dollar providing opportunities to add, skip count and trade. This is an adaptation of a Marilyn Burns activity for which I created a recording sheet. The recording sheet has an example showing how to complete it. This activity gives students
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Students move around a game board in an attempt to be the first one to collect exactly a dollar in coins. Along the way, they must identify the coins they land on and the value.
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Students play a fun game with a partner to practice counting money.
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This is a game similar to Race to 100 using base 10 blocks, but this game uses money. In this game you will get a score sheet and game board. How to play? Player 1 will roll 2 dice and those numbers represent how much money to put on the game board. Player 2 will do the same except on their own ga
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Ready, Set, Go Centers are full color, and ready to print, cut & laminate. Perfect for centers, stations, math tubs and more! Included in this download: • Race for a Dollar– Includes game board, printable money, & dice. Students roll and practice adding coins to their board and trading i
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Money Coin Counting Bundle: Teach money with this 65- page collection of money games, activities, work pages, resources and posters. This Money Unit is a great way to enhance your math centers, ensure meaningful practice and reinforcement of essential money and coin counting skills, and provide you
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Also included in: Second Grade Math Bundle

\$6.50
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The Common Core requires students to accurately answer money word problems- but in order to meet this standard, children need to know quite a bit about money first! In order to complete money word problems, students must be able to identify coins, recognize coin values, and count like and mixed co
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Here is a fun filled package of Money Math Centers, perfect for the Primary French Immersion Classroom. Using Canadian coins, these pirate themed activities are a fun addition to any math program. The games have been differentiated to include options both with and without the penny, as well as val
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Also included in: Canadian Money (Coins) Mega Math Bundle in French

\$7.00
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You’ll love this Canadian Money bundle that covers all Grade 1 and Grade 2 Ontario Math expectations having to do with money. There are a variety of worksheets and math centres that will give your students lots of practice estimating, counting, adding, subtracting, and writing money amounts. Works
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