Here's a quick, easy and fun way to help your students learn the various US coins.
It's perfect for your money studies, and fits in well for Presidents Day as well.
I truly believe this visual helps students differentiate, helping them to remember which coins are which.
- “Helped my students so much! They referred to the flip book many times!”
- “Loved this and the students had a lot of fun!!!”
I not only wanted my kiddos to be able to identify the coins, but tell a little bit about them. In so doing, they have additional ways to remember each one.
I've included a variety of options for you to choose from, including a 4-coin flip up, as well as one with 5 coins.
Students color, cut and glue the coins to the front, then snip on the dashed lines to make a "flap" which they flip up to reveal the name, color and value of each coin, as well as which president appears on the coin.
Finally, they tally how much it's worth, just a fun way to get in a little more math practice.
Completed projects make a "centsational" bulletin board or hallway display too.
- “One of my favorite foldables!! My kids loved learning all the facts about each coin!”
- "My students loved this activity!" "So cute on my walls."
I'm Diane, from Teach With Me, hoping this is just the thing to turn on those light bulbs of recognition.
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