# Money Bundle: Centers, Games, Money Sorts & Placemats

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MONEY BUNDLE! Your students will enjoy these hands-on rigorous activities.

10 Money Sorts
Each money sort has students sort the picture with a price, the matching coins and/or dollar bills and the amount written in word form. There are ten sorts, each with its own answer key. Students can use the graphic organizer that comes with it. The headings on the graphic organizer are "Money / I Can Buy / Word Form". Students can complete the sort on the graphic organizer or complete the sorts directly in their Interactive Math Journals. Here is a breakdown of each sort:

Sort #1 - Dimes & Nickels (up to 50 cents)
Sort #2 - Nickels & Pennies (up to 30 cents)
Sort #3 - Dimes, Nickels, & Pennies (up to 52 cents)
Sort #4 - Quarters & Nickels (up to 65 cents)
Sort #5 - Quarters, Dimes, & Pennies (up to 78 cents)
Sort #6 - Quarters, Dimes, & Nickels (up to 95 cents)
Sort #7 - Dollars, Quarters, & Nickels (up to \$3.25)
Sort #8 - One Dollar Bills & All Coins (up to \$4.78)
Sort #9 - Five or One Dollar Bills & All Coins (up to \$11.27)
Sort #10 - Dollar Bills & All Coins (up to \$10.45)

Money Memory Game - 3 Differentiated Levels
Each game has 36 cards (18 pairs). Play just like "Memory" where you turn all cards upside down. Students will match the card with the coins or dollar bills with the same amount written out in number form.

Level 1 - Values less than \$1.00
Level 2 - Values less than \$5.00
Level 3 - Values less than \$10.00

Using <, >, or = to Compare Amounts of Money
Students will compare two amounts of money using the symbols above. There are five comparison problems on each page.

Page 1 - Values less than \$1.00
Page 2 - Values less than \$1.00
Page 3 - Values less than \$5.00
Page 4 - Values less than \$5.00
Page 5 - Values more than \$5.00

What's In My Pocket Riddles & What's In My Piggy Bank
2 Board Games

6 Part Money Puzzles
Each puzzle is in the shape of a pentagon. The value of each puzzle is in the middle of the puzzle. Five other parts will have coins or dollar bills that, when put together, make the value shown in the middle of the puzzle. There are 28 puzzles. Take several puzzles, laminate and cut apart, place in a Zip-Loc baggie and students work with a partner to put the puzzles back together.

8 puzzles have values less than \$1.00
8 puzzles have values between \$1.00 and \$5.00
12 puzzles have values between \$5.00 and \$11.00

30 Money Placemats
A 4-part placemat is intended for students to show four different ways to make the same value of money. In the center of the placemat is an object with a money value. In each of the four sections students will draw coins and dollar bills to show a different way to make that amount of money. Students could also use plastic coins and play money to lay in each section to show the same value of money.

Use for a SCOOT activity - place a placemat on each student's desk. Students will scoot to each placemat and draw a different way to make that amount of money.

15 Money Placemats - Values are less than \$1.00
8 Money Placemats - Values are between \$1.00 and \$1.99
5 Money Placemats - Values are between \$2.00 and \$2.99
2 Money Placemats - Values are between \$3.00 and \$3.99

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