This Money Games Bundle includes 4 fun, engaging games to help your students learn to count money. The games are listed below. You will save over 40% based on purchasing each game individually!
ROLL THE DICE GAME: This is a fun, interactive game to help students practice making amounts of money using a variety of different coins.
There are three versions for this game provided. The versions are 1) beginner, 2) advanced, and 3) custom. The different versions are great for differentiating among your students!
Game Play: In the beginner and advanced versions students look at the amount provided, and the number shown on the dice (beginner version has one die; advanced version has two dice). Students then have to draw coins to make the amount shown using the number of coins shown on the die/dice. Students have to use critical thinking skills and their knowledge of coin values in order to complete the game. This can be played individually/small group during center time or could also be used as a game where teams are timed and the team to finish first wins.
The custom version is provided if you would like to make your own values. If so, just write the values in the box and have students complete the game as described above, with the addition of having students actually roll dice. A custom version is provided in both the beginner and advanced games.
BIG MONEY- MONEY SPINNER GAME: This is a fun, interactive game to help students practice counting money. There are two spinners for this game, depending on if you have introduced counting dollars or not. The first spinner includes quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies. The second spinner includes all of the coins and a dollar bill. Choose the spinner you want to use and then copy it on cardstock. Or use both for different sets of students. Use a brass prong fastener to attach a paper clip in the center of the spinner. Students will spin the paper clip in order to use the spinner. This is a great small ground or individual activity for center time. Give students a number of times to spin the spinner. Choose a number that meets the needs of your students and your instructional goals. I have some students spin the coin spinner 4 times because I want their max value to be $1.OO, other students I will give more spins. On the spinner that includes a dollar bill I have them spin 5 times because I want their max value to be $5.OO. There are 4 answer sheets for each spinner to easily differentiate for your students. Have students record their answers on the answer sheet provided for easy progress monitoring.
I HAVE, WHO HAS GAME: The I Have, Who Has Money Game is a fun way for students to practice counting coins (quarters, nickels, dimes & pennies) up to $1.00 and is great for math centers! Includes 50 Game Cards and instructions. There are two sets of cards for this game (one is black & white and the other is color). Choose the one you want and print. If you plan to use these more than a few times I recommend laminating the cards after you cut them out to improve durability. To play the game, deal out all of the cards evenly to the players. The person with the “start card” will go first. Students will count the money on their card and then say, “I have (# of cents they have),” and then ask “Who has… (the number written at the bottom of their card).” The person who has the number read aloud will then read their card and so on. The game play will continue until “The End” card appears. This is a great game to make learning to count money fun and is excellent for math centers!
MONEY MEMORY/MATCHING GAME: The Money Matching & Memory Game teaches students to identify coins and heir values in a way that is fun for them. There are two sets of cards for this game (one is black & white and the other is color). Choose the one you want and print. If you plan to use these more than a few times I recommend laminating the cards after you cut them out to improve durability. These cards are very versatile as there are 4 cards in each matching set (the head of the coin, the tail of the coin, the value of the coin & the name of the coin). This also makes it very easy to differentiate for students at different levels. Mix all of the cards up and have students match the cards into piles by coin. You can have them match all four cards in each set or to make it easier you could start with just matching the head to the tail, or the head to the coin name. You can use these in a variety of ways to meet your classroom needs. For added difficulty you can even flip them over and play memory. If you want a back to the card for the memory game print out 4 copies of page 3 for a colored back and 4 pages of page 8 for the black and white background and copy it on the backside of the game cards.
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