Money / Coins Activities
Spinning for Coins
This differentiated game allows struggling students to participate with their group with less dependence upon others.
Students will spin twice and compute the sum of the two coins.
The spinner set includes one side with coins and another with coin value numbers. When printed two-sided, struggling students can flip the page for assistance with coin values.
As students progress, you can add additional spin requirements for adding a higher number of coins.
SHOW ME THE MONEY!
Use this math game with your Kagan groups in centers or in small group intervention. This is a team activity in which each student is responsible for individual work. Everyone is accountable.
Students will take turns making two spins. Place the first number in the tens position and the second in the ones (7, 3 would be 73 cents). The students are now responsible for showing their thinking on the worksheet. They will record how they skip counted up to that number 73: 25, 50, 60, 70, 71, 72, 73.
By seeing their thoughts on paper, you will be able to see where mistakes are happening and drive future instruction and intervention.
Count it Up!
This set includes 24 coin task cards with answer recording sheet for use as a Scoot! game, scavenger hunt, or game of your choice!
Includes teacher answer key and student answer page.
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