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# Math + Spelling= How Much is Your Word Worth?

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I love when materials help with multiple skills, just like this one! Money values + spelling is a win-win! Thank you!
I loved using this in my special education resource room. The students loved practicing their spelling words in a new and engaging way!
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1. This is a combo set at a discounted price that includes all three of my word work centers in one convenient download.Included are:- How Much is Your Word Worth? (original version with pennies, nickels, dimes &amp; quarters)- Place Value Spelling (original version with ones, tens &amp; hundreds)- Let
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2. This set includes three different versions of my popular Word Work Activity, How Much is Your Word Worth?- The original version features a variety of pennies, nickels, dimes &amp; quarters- #2 features all four coins as well as dollars- #3 features pennies, nickels, and dimes onlyUse this in a Word
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3. These activities will get you all set for year-long, self- differentiating word work centers and/or math centers! Each activity combines learning spelling with a math concept, like place value, addition, multiplication, cents, and dollars. Included in this set are all three Place Value Word sheets &
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** Featured on the 2 Sisters' Tip of the Week 7/6/12**

This is a great activity to combine both math and word work!

I pair this sheet with a baggie of play coins and have students determine the worth of each of their spelling words. You could also use content vocabulary words, sight words, and more!

On the bottom of this page, they are asked which word is worth the most, least or if any are worth the same.

The second page is a simple recording sheet- I print several out on cardstock and laminate. Kids use dry erase markers to record their work so these can be reused all year long.

This is a great activity to ensure your students are practicing their money skills throughout the year, while also working on spelling words.

Be sure to check out my blog for lots more: 3rd Grade Thoughts
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