If your students are familiar with the 100 chart, then using coins with it, just might help them understand HOW to count coins.
You can either laminate each sheet or put them in the plastic sleeves. Kids will be using their fingers to track the coins so the sheets will get smudges on them if not protected.
Show kids how to start with the first coin at the top of the page, and then follow the red arrows going down while they count down by 10’s. Then they will slide their fingers to the right while counting the blue arrows and counting by 1’s.
The coins are shown with just the heads so they become familiar with the different looks of each coin. (These coins do not show the newest designs for the penny, nickel, or quarters.)
These sheets can be used in small groups, on your projection system, or copy on an acetate to use on an overhead projector if that’s what you use.
I tried to make them so that the size between is close in comparison to what the real coins are. But I’m not perfect, so they may seem a bit off.
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