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# Canadian Money Clip Cards Math Center

K - 2nd
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1. Give your students time for independent practice with Canadian coins and money with 3 different, differentiated Canadian Money Math Centres. This is a bundle of 3 differentiated math centers to practice money amounts to \$1.00. They are perfect for your Math Centers, Guided Math time or your BUILD
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2. Practice your Canadian coin and Canadian money counting skills with this set of centers. All of these Canadian coins or Canadian money centers will have students practicing money amounts to \$1.00 using Canadian money. This bundle contains 5 centers that are perfect for your Math Center whether you
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Practice counting Canadian coins and Canadian money amounts to \$1.00 with this differentiated set of money math centers. Students choose the set of money clip cards that matches the amount of money they are working on - amounts to 20 cents or 50 cents or \$1.00. This set of clip cards is a great way to have students practice counting coins with Canadian coins or money.

Save money and get a collection of Canadian Money Math Centres in one money-saving bundle.

Canadian Money Math Centers ~ MINI Bundle - 3 centres

Math Centers for Canadian Money ~ MEGA Bundle - 5 centres

Continue your practice with Morning Math Tubs for coins:

This resource includes the following:

60 clip cards in total.

20 clip cards for values to 20¢ - square set

20 clip cards for values to 50¢ - circle set

20 clip cards for values to \$1.00 – triangle set

1 recording sheet for each set.

This set is perfect for differentiating within your class. Assign students a shape and have them only complete those clip cards. This way students are working at an appropriate level everyone's task looks the same but you are still differentiating for your students.

This resource meets the following Ontario Curriculum expectations:

Grade 1: represent money amounts to 20¢, through investigation using coin manipulatives

Grade 2: estimate, count, and represent (using the ¢ symbol) the value of a collection of coins with a maximum value of one dollar.

Are you looking for more products to teach your students about Money? Check out these related resources:

Money Math Centers and Task Cards

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