"Count, Colour, Cut & Combine!"
Your WHOLE class will be ENGAGED in a coin counting colouring quest!
Every student gets a different worksheet
representing a small piece of the bigger picture. Students tally the total for each money amount shown (betwee $0.05 and $0.99) then use their answers to colour-by-number their section of the mystery mosaic. When the work is done, the coloured sheets are put together to reveal the large pixel Olympic Rings image. It will look great hanging up in the hallway or on your classroom wall.
This mosaic is geared toward the grade 2 Ontario curriculum for the Number Sense and Numeration Strand:
◾ Represent, compare, and order whole numbers to 100, including money amounts
to 100¢, using a variety of tools (e.g., ten frames, base ten materials, coin manipulatives, number lines, hundreds charts and hundreds carpets)
◾ Estimate, count, and represent (using the ¢ symbol) the value of a collection of coins with a maximum value of one dollar.
◾Both .pdf format, and editable .docx format
◾Class set of 24 unique worksheets. There are 12 money amounts shown on every worksheet.
◾Master Answer Key provided for easy assessment.
◾Coloured mosaic image as a guide to help you assemble the big picture!
This would make great supply teacher work too!
If you like this product, be sure the check out the whole Collaborative Math Mosaic directory, sorted by topic!
Leave the picture a secret or show it for motivation… it’s your call.
Encourage students to check their answers by finding them in the randomized list on their worksheets before they colour each square. This will increase the accuracy of the final picture!
All my "Colouring by..." worksheets use standard pencil-crayon colours found in the Crayola 24 pack. For best results, use the exact colour name match, and stick to one colouring medium. Perhaps a class set of pencil crayons would be a fun math department investment!
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