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Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}

Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
Canadian Coins Reference Flipbook {Teaching Money in Primary Grades 1-3}
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I created this for my students to see how coins can add up to $1.00 or 100 cents using a "number line." Use this flipbook template for primary students to reference during a unit on money, or when introducing your students to values of coins. They can glue it into a Math Journal, or keep it in their desks for reference.

There are two pages included at the end that can be printed on legal sized paper and used for anchor charts that you co-create with your class.

HOW TO ASSEMBLE:

Print out pages 3 - 7. Students will cut along the bottom black line edges on each page. You may wish for them to cut along the sides if gliding into a Math Journal or notebook, but I found it unnecessary. Once cut, arrange the pages, one behind the other, so the bottoms make a flip book, and use two staples to secure the book in the small section at the top..


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Show students how to represent the coins on the “number line” bar. I had my students write in the amounts, counting by the coin (e.g., on the page for quarters, students wrote 25¢ in the first section, 50¢ in the second, and so on).

I found the use of the “bars” very helpful for my students, as it was a good way to teach money using a “number line.” This way, it was visual of how many coins make up one dollar.

I hope this can help your students understand adding and counting coins a bit better!

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