Spin Tally & Graph x2 (Heads/Tails)
Teach students how to use a paper clip and a pencil as a spinner. Spin the spinner a total of 20 times. Each time a student spins, they color in a number box to keep track of how many times they spin. Each spin, make a tally mark in the tally chart next to the picture spun. Circle the picture that gets the most spins. Then, use the data from the tally chart to complete the graph.
Spin & Graph
Teach students how to use a paper clip and a pencil as a spinner. Students spin the spinner a total of 30 times. . Each time a student spins, they color in a number box to keep track of how many times they spin. Each spin, color in a box on the graph next to the picture spun. When finished, write the numeral beside each row to represent how many boxes were colored. Can be played individually or as a partner game.
Money Clip Cards (Amounts to 15 only with pennies & nickels)
Print, laminate & cut apart! Students use clothespins to clip the correct amount of pennies/pennies & nickels to sums of 15
Race to 20
Print the dice on cardstock, laminate & assemble. Print the 20 frames on cardstock & laminate. Print the penny pieces on cardstock, laminate & cut apart (or use real pennies or penny manipulatives). Students will roll the dice and place that many pennies onto their 20 frame. Play continues until someone fills their 20 frame!
Coin Sense Puzzles
Print out the pieces, laminate & cut out. Don’t cut out the blank puzzle pieces on the mats. Cut apart the coin puzzles and have students put the puzzles together on the puzzle mats. I put velcro on the puzzle pieces and mats so the pieces stay put!