Use a money game to help your students learn! Canadian Coin War is the perfect way to sneak in some extra practice counting money - students will think they are playing a game! Use it for a quick review or add it to math stations! This game includes a variety of leveled coin combinations, making it quick and easy to differentiate for the learners in your class.
Canadian Coin War is a twist on the traditional card game, "War." Instead of comparing numbers, players count the coins on their cards and the player with the largest amount of money wins the hand!
This math game includes directions and 15 pages of fully colored coin cards (120 card in all). The coin values are less than one dollar. Coins include pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters in a variety of combinations. The set also includes 7 practice pages.
To help teacher differentiate quickly and easily, the cards and practice pages are organized as follows:
-pennies and nickels
-pennies, nickels and dimes
-pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters
It's easy to make different sets based on student needs!
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