The Grocery Game provides students with a fun, hands-on way to practice counting money!
To play, take turns picking food cards to fill up their grocery bags. Every card has a price, so players must pay for each item by counting out the correct amount of money from their "wallets."
Once all players have filled their bags, they all count their money to see who has the most left. For added challenge, two coupon cards allow players to subtract money from the purchase prices.
This game has been a favorite of my class every year!
Includes: game mats, banker's mat, coin values reference cards, food cards, coupon cards. There are also food cards without prices so you can customize them with different money amounts if you wish.
This game provides great hands-on practice with counting coins (penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie, and toonie). Teacher will need to add play money to use along with the game boards and cards.
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