Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins

Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
Money Game: Little Cupcake Shop ~ Coins
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This money game is perfect for students who need additional practice counting coins. There are 8 levels in all - in color and black and white.

What's Included:
* 1 directions page
* 8 game boards
- pennies
- nickels
- dimes
- quarters
- nickels and pennies
- dimes and pennies
- dimes, nickels and pennies
- mixed coins

How to Play:
The object of this game is to buy the most cupcakes.

1. Begin on any Collect Allowance square and collect that number of coins. You may collect allowance every time you land on or pass one of these squares.

2. Create a bank. The bank can merely be a container of coins. Make sure to only provide the coins listed on the game board.

3. Roll a die and move around the board in a clockwise direction.

4. If you land on a cupcake square, you may buy it if you have enough coins. If you decide to buy the cupcake, pay the bank and claim the cupcake by placing a chip on it in the center of the game board. You may also use a dry erase marker to mark the cupcakes.

5. If you land on any other square, follow the directions on the square.

Additional items needed:
one die
player tokens for moving around the board (i.e. counting bears, cubes, etc.)
player chips (should be the same color as the player tokens, i.e. counters) or dry erase markers
plastic coins in a container or a bag

This game correlates with the following standards:
CCSS.MATH.CONTENT.2.MD.C.8
Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies, using $ and ¢ symbols appropriately. Example: If you have 2 dimes and 3 pennies, how many cents do you have?

MAFS.1.MD.2.a
Identify and combine values of money in cents up to one dollar working with a single unit of currency.

You may also be interested in:
Money Bingo (Practice Coin Names and Values)
Shopping Matching Game ~ Coins and Dollar Bills
Money Game: Would You Rather?

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