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CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8

CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
CREATE A DOLLAR coin / money math game / center / task cards Common Core 2.MD.8
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I found that my students struggled with games and activities that required them to work with blackline coins. It was hard for them to visually discriminate between the images that are frequently presented in math curriculums.

For that reason I created these math games / math centers using actual coin photos. The packet was designed to be used in two ways, but because the task cards are open-ended you could certainly use them in other ways as well (such as printing multiple copies for a matching game, labeling the back with I have/Who Has, etc)

This packet includes 32 coin cards featuring actual coin photos. I found that my students struggled with working with game cards and worksheets that used blackline coins because they had a hard time visually discriminating between the images.

The cards come in 2 formats (numbered and plain). I prefer to use the numbered cards as it makes it easier to keep track of their work.

The packet was designed to be used in 2 ways.

The first is to play a card game called Dollar Collection. In order to play, students need to count the coins shown on their cards and create pairs that equal $1.00.

This can be used as a game, math center or whole class activity using a pocket chart or document camera. There is an optional recording sheet.

There is also a recording sheet that allows the students to simply count and record the coin values. If you have children who finds it difficult to do with the 2D image, you may want to have real or plastic coins available for them to manipulate.

{It can also be used as a modified / differentiated / supplemental material with Investigations Math / TERC third grade Unit 1}
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