Counting Coins Scoot
Practice counting coins by 2s, 5s, and 10s with this fun and engaging SCOOT game! In this activity, I have used a mix of front and backs of coins in order to give students more exposure to identifying coins from either side. These can also be used as task cards for independent practice or fast finishers.
These are the same as my Pokemon inspired Counting Coins Scoot. I wanted to make a set that was not character specific. My class is over the top about Pokemon this year, but I know it will not be like that every year! ;-)
~24 full color Scoot cards
~24 ink saving Scoot cards (all black and white)
~4 different recording sheet options
~Answer Key (A few answers are the same, but they are from different sets of coins. This leads to great discussions! For example: 4 dimes = 8 nickels)
TEKS 1.4c Use relationships to count by twos, fives, and tens to determine the value of a collection of pennies, nickels, and/or dimes.
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