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Money

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Money recognition is necessary to develop two main skills that children need to know when it comes to Money—and the earlier, the better—is being able to identify money and being able to tender money and make change. By the end of the first few grades in elementary school your child should have mastered counting money and making change. Identifying Money. Money comes in different shapes and sizes—it comes in metal and in paper. Different units of money have different values that can be used to pay for different things. Size doesn't count—it's the denomination of the money that matters. Adults take these simple facts for granted, yet they're precisely the things that prove problematic for children. Great for math stations, intervention groups or individual work. Just print on card stock or construction paper then laminate for durability. 112 cards with picture cards with value, money in coins and bills, charts, instructions, cover, back cover and directions to play in your math class. Follow us and Visit our Store: ShapeUp-N-Matemáticas y Lenguaje.
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