Using classroom money can be highly motivating to students and help students practice important math skills. If you're ready to use money in the classroom this year, take a look at this set of editable classroom cash.
Here’s what is included in this file:
- How to edit the file in PowerPoint
- Links to the fonts used in the editable PowerPoint file
- Examples of what you can create
- Link to my Classroom Money blog post
Print-Ready Classroom Cash
Each page of classroom cash has 6 bills on a page. There are options for $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. Each page comes in both color and B/W. There are a variety of kids to choose from.
Editable Classroom Cash
These files contain the same images as the print-ready files. Each page of classroom cash has 6 bills on a page. There are options for $1, $5, $10, $20, $50, and $100. Each page comes in both color and B/W. There are a variety of kids to choose from. You can change the text below the kid clipart and on the sides of the clipart. The bill denominations, classroom cash header, and kid clipart cannot be edited. You can also change the color of the editable text and add your own clipart in the white space available. (see the preview for examples of what you can create)
These store signs can be posted near your reward coupons or classroom store. You'll find a paper tent that can be used to tell whether the store is open or closed. There are also two poster options that you can write the next store date on.
If you have any questions or requests for future additions to this classroom money pack, please contact me through my store's Q & A page.
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