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# Boy Mama Teacher Mama

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Students practice counting pennies with this around the group game. Each child must count how many pennies they have and listen for a clue for their turn.
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A very simple yet versatile version of the Number of the Day for first grade. Includes writing, drawing and using the number as well as tallies, place value, greater than or less than, more and less, coins, number bonds, patterns, making tens and
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Students practice counting dimes with this around the group game. Each child must count how many dimes they have and listen for a clue for their turn.
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Students practice counting nickels with this around the group game. Each child must count how many nickels they have and listen for a clue for their turn.
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Help students identify and name coins with this simple coin chart. Coins used are penny, nickel, dime and quarter.
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Use these cards to play coin memory or other matching games. Math coin face with value or front and back of coins.
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Practice trading pennies for nickels and nickels for dimes in these two games. First games uses pennies and nickels only. The second games uses all three coins.
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Move around the game board while identifying coins and learning their value.
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Play memory matching the value of the coins with the numerical amount.
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Go around the board and collect coins as you go. Trade up for nickels, dimes and quarters as you go. Try to collect as many quarters as you can.
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Use your plastic interlocking bricks to practice money when building different structures.
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A student created chart that helps student identify coin faces, names and values. To complete the activity, have students cut out the coin faces, the values and coin names and glue them in the appropriate boxes. A great reference tool for students
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Give each jack-o-lantern feature a price. Differentiate by making the cost simpler for those who are still learning and more difficult for kids who have mastered the concept of counting money. Give each child a build a jack-o-lantern plan sheet
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A fun way to practice identifying and naming US coins. 4 puzzles. One puzzle for each coin.
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Students practice their number sense while trying to make the numbers 1 through 10 in as many ways as they can.
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I am a first grade teacher with 17 years of teaching experience. I spent most of my years teaching first grade, but have also taught Preschool, Pre-K, 2nd and 3rd grades.

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I received a Bachelors of Science in Elementary Education with a specialty in Early Childhood (PK-3) from the University of Wisconsin-Madison.

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