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Rolling to $1.00

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My students LOVE playing with money. Rolling to $1.00 is an easily adapted game that reinforces money skills that have already been taught. Students will need to be able to identify the face of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Students will also need to know the value of each coin, as well as be able to add coin amounts totaling up to $1.00. When we are practicing our money skills in the classroom, my students ALWAYS ask to play this game at the end.

The rules are simple and provided for you, step by step. I have also added adaptations to the game, for those students who aren’t strong with their money skills yet. I usually divide my students into groups, so that everyone has a turn to roll their money dice and play the “banker!”

This product includes:
- list of materials needed
- rules on how to play
- template squares for you to make each money dice
- “Banker’s Bag” labels to print
- a “Money Drawer” and a “Money Mat”
- “Coin Cards”
- “Rolling Receipts”
PLUS extra coin posters to display in your classroom!

Do you have questions before purchasing, or about any of my other products? Please, feel free to email me at Charleys.Classroom13@gmail.com! I'd be more than willing to answer your questions.

Want to see this resource and others put to use in my classroom? Follow my blog!:)
http://charleysclassroom.blogspot.com/
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15
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Teaching Duration
Lifelong tool
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