# Money

## Collection by Jeff Clubine

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Growing in Pre K - Math Center - Snapshots of my Pre-K classroom.

Just a quick note about a wonderful session at a conference I attended today called "Activities to Undo Math Misconceptions". It was based on a book by Honi J. Bamberger and addressed the math concepts of money, time, counting, fractions, place value, and equality in K-3. The best idea I saw all day was a way to help kids understand coin values! You can use unifix cubes and a hundreds board to really drive home the understanding that different coins have different values. What a great idea…

A friend of mine made showed me this game last year, and the kids love it! It’s super easy to make too! Just some popsicle sticks and plastic coins. You can use stickers too – I like the coins because the kids can feel the edges. I used a large “nut” container, and the popsicle sticks fit PERFECTLY inside – you can even put the lid on for storage! Hot glue (or super glue!) the coins on to the sticks. On a couple of the sticks write “Bankrupt. ” Kids sit in a circle and pass the can around –…

There is something about sorting coins that is just waaaay too much fun for me! I remember sorting and rolling coins as a kid to earn some extra money. My parents figured if I was patient enough to roll the change, then I deserved the money! Ha! Looking back, it was a genius idea…it keptcontinue reading...

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Books and on line games to begin to teach money

It’s getting to that time of year! The students that “have it” are rocketing ahead! The struggling students need that extra oomph to really have a good grasp of the missing foundational skills. Because of those struggling groups, I developed a plan to be sure that I will target their missing sight words. Plus, I […]

make learning fun with coins the measured mom Coin activities for preschool, kindergarten, and first grade