There are two activity sheets (worksheets) that are riddles (jokes) about Leap Year Day. They look almost identical for those who have students with wandering eyes or to go over as practice and independent practice.
Students are to count money. When the student finds the correct answer, he/she will write that answers letter in the answer box at the bottom of the page. When finished, the answer to the question at the top should appear.
All of these are created by me and you will possibly find errors since I have not given this to students yet. If you do, please contact me. I can probably correct it pretty easily and send you a corrected copy back to you.
I think that these are worthwhile fun activities for February 29 or for Leap Year Day. I hope that you enjoy them. You may make copies for YOUR classroom this year and in years to come, but you may not share this product with others. My version of "Leap Day-Counting Money" is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non Commercial-No Derivatives 4.0 International License. Images are from US Mint-usmint.gov.
I would give students "school" money to use with these worksheets. (play money) I think that this would be good in a math center also or for group work if the students are having problems understanding money counting.
Thanks for your purchase. I hope that you and your students enjoy this activity and that you find it helpful for your classroom.
Jelly Beans & Jumping Jacks
6 pages-2 activity pages, 2 keys