This file-folder game familiarizes students with coin identification and their corresponding values or one can use it to practice coin addition. The game board spaces are photos of the heads or tails of American coins. The coins included are: penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar and gold dollar. Game cards list the coin name, value in cents and dollars (i.e. $0.01) to introduce the three common ways to write coin values. Each player moves their game piece (not included) to the nearest coin with the value listed on the card. The first person to reach "Finish" is the winner. Coin addition merely adds the act of adding the coins together as one moves game pieces along the board. Bill bridges, rewards for wise monetary choices and penalties for poor choices adds twists and turns to how pieces move. The religious version rewards players landing on a particular coin for giving to God. The secular version does so for donating to charity. There is no other difference between the two boards.