This set has 7 denominations like real money-$1, $2, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. There are sheets in color and grayscale.
• I had my students make and decorate a paper wallet (pattern included) for a place to keep their money. That really got them motivated to earn money for their wallets!
• Photocopy many sheets of the bills you choose to use. Have a parent volunteer cut them up and organize them for you. Rubber band them by denomination.
• My students wrote their names on the back of their bills, in marker or crayon, when they received them.
• I used Scholar Dollars with an end of the year review. We played a review game and my students earned Scholar Dollars when they answered questions correctly. Then I auctioned off items I had in my prize box and they bid/paid with Scholar Dollars.
• Tear redeemed Scholar Dollars in half before you discard them.
• I also gave Scholar Dollars for being kind, helping others, and anything else I could think of! They really helped to motivate my students!
• They can be used for motivation, contests, games, rewards, auctions, etc.
• I made them in the same denominations as real money so they can practice counting bills.