Included in this packet are:
*4 visuals for counting coins of the same value
-1 for pennies (up to 35 cents)
-1 for nickels (up to $1)
-1 for dimes (up to $1)
-1 for quarters (up to $1)
*2 visuals for matching coins to their values.
-1 color coded
-1 with colors faded out
*3 money worksheets
-1 for adding items that are whole numbers (i.e. $3 + $1)
-1 fill-in-the-blank for counting by 5s.
-1 worksheet where students write the coin name, circle value, and write value.
Money is an important concept for students to learn and be able to apply in real life. These are some of my favorite visuals to use when working on beginning money skills. My students with autism are so visual, I find these work well to help them grasp the concept of counting coins by different numbers (i.e. by 1s for pennies, 5s for nickels, etc.).
For more ideas and resources, check out my blog: www.autismtank.blogspot.com