Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS

Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
Coin Centers Bundle - Coin 2D Shape Cards, Coin Tic-Tac Toe, Coin BINGO, +BONUS
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A bundle of coin centers to keep your littles busy! These hands on, engaging small group or whole group activies is ideal for reinforcing coins, coin values, 2D shapes, and numbers.

Download includes:

Center 1 - Coin Shape Cards

-45 Different Cards (In color and in B&W)

-15 with coins and shapes

-15 with coins and shape vocabulary

-15 with coin values and shape vocabulary

-1 Reflection Mat (In color and in B&W)

Center 2 - Coin Tic-Tac Toe

-16 Different Cards

-8 with coins

-8 with coin values

-1 coin card sheet (print multiple times)

Center 3 - Coin BINGO

-16 Different Cards

-8 with coins

-8 with coin values

Center 4 - BONUS

-28 Piggy bank coin cards

I’ve included multiple versions to allow students to all play together even when on different learning levels.

Shapes included:

square, rectangle, triangle, circle, oval, rhombus, diamond, pentagon, hexagon, heptagon, octagon, trapezoid, parallelogram, star, and heart

All you need is:

-Coins

Teach flamazing and thanks so much for visiting my new store!

Ashley Nixon

Flamazing Kindergarten

to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Analyze and compare two- and three-dimensional shapes, in different sizes and orientations, using informal language to describe their similarities, differences, parts (e.g., number of sides and vertices/“corners”) and other attributes (e.g., having sides of equal length).
Understand the relationship between numbers and quantities; connect counting to cardinality.
Write numbers from 0 to 20. Represent a number of objects with a written numeral 0-20 (with 0 representing a count of no objects).
Total Pages
61 pages
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