Coin Counting Reference Posters with Touch Money DOLLAR DEAL

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Help your students learn to count money in a quick and easy way by skip counting. These Touch Money Counting Dots mini-posters (half-sized pages) are a great way for students to learn to count coins.

Counting dots are easy for students to learn and use discreetly anywhere. The Touch Money counting dots are great for visual learners and provide a more hands-on, concrete approach to counting money because students are encouraged to touch the money as they skip count.

Please note that this kit uses Counting Dots on the coins and students are encouraged to touch the money to count the dots by 5's.

The Counting Dots are based on skip counting by 5’s, and students learn and apply this technique successfully in a matter of minutes. If students can distinguish nickels and dimes from quarters and can skip count by 5’s, they can use Touch Money Counting Dots successfully!

These handy reference posters include pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars. There are a total of 5 half-page sized mini-posters, and 3” x 5” sized, which are great for a small book ring to keep at student desks. All cards are in color, but you can also print them in grayscale. 

The posters feature both fronts and backs of the coins to assist student recognition. 

Skip counting is a common core math standard (1.OA.5) and counting coins applies this to the real-life skill of money. This money resource builds these skills and aids student recognition while applying them to the real-life situation of counting change.

Complete directions along with examples are included so that you can teach these skills with confidence!

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to see state-specific standards (only available in the US).
Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Example: If you have 2 dimes and 3 pennies, how many cents do you have?

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