Coins Write the Room (Sorted Values) - math centers ---
This resource includes four pages of numbered cards in color with a total of 20 cards. Each numbered card has a piggy bank with coins (half dollar, quarter, dime, nickel, and penny). Teachers should copy the cards on cardstock (for durability and saving for future years) or plain paper, laminate (if desired), cut apart, and then post the cards around the room. If you don't want students walking around the room, the cards can be put in a center such as at the writing center or in a pocket chart.
Depending on how many cards you want to use, you can post/use cards for 1-10, 11-20 or both.
There are two recording sheets included. Students can complete one or both recording sheets when in their center depending on which cards you post (1-10, 11-20, or 1-20).
Students will get a recording sheet with boxes to write 10 values or both recording sheets can be stapled together when working on all 20 cards. Students will roam the room to find the cards. After finding a card, the student will look at the number on the card, find the matching number on their recording sheet, and write the value for the coins on the card. Example: Card number one has five dimes, so students will write .50 on their recording sheet in the number one box.
***Each card only has one coin represented. Cards have half dollars, quarter, dimes, nickels, and pennies. Total values for cards range from .05 to $2.00.
Coin value cards are included for students to use as a reference as needed.
Answer keys are provided for the recording sheets either as a self-check for students or for the teacher to have an answer key to quickly check papers.
***There are eight total pages including two answer keys: 4 card pages, 2 recording sheets, and 2 answer keys to recording sheets.
The PREVIEW shows every page included.
This activity is great for a math center.
I hope your students have fun with this "Write the Room" activity for coins.
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