2nd graders can practice counting coins with these task cards. There are 40 task cards with pictures of coins, asking students to find the total value. There are another 40 cards that just have the amount written on the card-these serve as answers to the picture cards, but can also be used to have students practice making the amount using different coin combinations.
This would be a great addition to math centers, an excellent resource to whole group and guided math lessons, a class warm up, or individual practice.
A recording page is included, or students can respond on whiteboards, verbally, partner talk, or on a blank sheet of paper.
If you're a paperless classroom, students can take a picture of the task card and then, using SeeSaw, explain how they counted the coins to find the value. Or they could explain the different combinations of coins that can be used to equal the given value.
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