U.S. Coins Extravaganza includes everything you need to introduce and explore Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters! You'll find structured teaching materials, posters, display materials, math games for whole group, pairs and individuals, and an adorable flip book and craftivity to celebrate what we've learned! For a better look - AND A FREEBIE - just click on PREVIEW!
Interactive Coin Books:
You'll find a separate interactive book for Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters. Each 9-page book will have your kiddos learning those nifty coin poems, writing facts about the coin, observing and sketching details, finding and coloring, distinguishing Heads from Tails, and beginning to add coins together.
Various Display Posters:
This set includes 4 coin reference posters, 8 poem posters (full and half-page), 4 skip counting posters, and 2 mini quick-reference posters. These can used as teaching aides, bound together and placed in your Math Center, or displayed as reference materials on your Math Wall.
Large Coin Manipulatives:
These have proven SO HANDY during direct instruction. They are double-sided and large enough for students to be able to see plenty of details on each coin.
Pocket Chart Materials:
You'll find pictures of Pennies, Nickels, Dimes and Quarters, along with labels for the names and values of each coin (both in numbers and words). These can be used as part of your direct instruction or as an independent Math Center.
Clip Card Math Center:
Includes 12 clip cards... just add clothespins and it's ready to use! I always like to place a dot sticker on the back of the correct answer so that students can self-check their work. So fun!
Who doesn't love SCOOT? You'll find 16 task cards, recording page and answer key. This game can be played as a traditional SCOOT game, a "Count The Room" activity or as a task card activity in your Math Center. For each coin, students will be asked to identify the coin, write the value of the coin, add together a single-coin group and a mixed-coin group. LOVE this game!
Race To A Dollar:
This game is a little more complex and takes a little practice to learn, but once kiddos understand the rules, they absolutely LOVE this game! I've provided 2 different versions of the game --- one with headings for Ones, Tens and Hundreds, and the other with Pennies, Nickels, Quarters and Dollars. Not only does this game help to cement the coin values in our brains, but it also reinforces the concept of Place Value. So helpful!
"What's The Scoop?" Game:
Simply provide a cup or jar full of plastic coins, a few spoons and a supply of recording pages. Students will use a spoon to scoop out some coins and then draw the coins and add up their value.
"All About Coins" Flip Book:
This awesome flip book is our chance to Show What We Know about coins! Students will cut out and glue the name and value of each coin, identify coins in a group, draw coins to add up to a stated amount (up to $1.00), add groups of coins (up to $1.00) and solve simple story problems.
"Pocket Change Sundae" Craftivity:
This fun, easy-to-assemble craftivity makes an adorable hallway display when paired together with the "All About Coins" flip book.
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