Here is a gem I've used in my math centers and homework that have helped tremendously: Counting Coins Flash Cards! They are numbered in a sequential order, beginning with coin identification (heads and tails), then relating denominations with base 10 blocks, moving onto counting the coins by 1's, 5's, 10's, and 25's, and finishing with counting mixed coin sets. There are 30 Flash Cards in all; including one Cover Card with a mnemonic for remembering the order of counting coins, plus instructions for use in centers or for sending home.
The file is already formatted for front-to-back HASSLE-FREE printing (select: flip on the short edge) and does not include any distracting borders around the cards. Just simply use your paper cutter to cut the cards down to 5 1/2" X 4 1/4", and there will be no waste! For personal classroom use only. Enjoy!
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