Money Memory (Concentration) is a practical twist on the classic “Memory” or "Concentration" game. Money Memory has been designed with the intention of helping special needs students gain money sense in a fun and functional way. Students build their ability to correctly identify various American tender. Optimized for small group play of 2 to 4 players. Students gain invaluable money and recall skills while having fun.
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36 Money Memory Cards (18 Possible Matches) (Pages 3-14).
- Half Dollar
- Dollar Coin
- One Dollar Bill
- Five Dollar Bill
- Ten Dollar Bill
- Twenty Dollar Bill
- Fifty Dollar Bill
- One Hundred Dollar Bill
- ATM or Credit Card
- Gift Card or Certificate
Step 1: Print Money Memory Cards (Pages 3-14).
Step 2: Cut out Money Memory Cards along dotted lines.
Step 3: Fold front and back of Money Memory Cards along solid line.
Step 4: Paste front and back of Money Memory Cards together.
Step 5: Laminate Money Memory Cards (Optional but HIGHLY recommended!).
Step 6: PLAY!
How to Play:
Place Money Memory Cards face down. Mix Money Memory Cards up and align them in six equal rows. The first player randomly turns over two cards. If the two cards match, the player gets to keep them. If they don't match, the player will turn them back over (face down) and the next player gets to take a turn. The object of the game is for players to make matches by remembering what was on each card and where it was. The game is over when all the cards have been matched. The player with the most matches wins.
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