Math with Cupcake Liners: Counting Money Game

Learning with Cupcake Liners!

Cupcake lines aren't just for crafts! Use them to practice counting coins! Math with Cupcake Liners: Counting Money Game

Race To A Dollar! {Counting Coins Freebie!}

Need some coin counting practice? This freebie could be used as a math station, individual practice, or partner fun! Your kids will identify and ad.

Free: Coin Counting Egg Hunt Activity

Coin Counting Egg Hunt

Coin Counting Egg Hunt - Hide eggs around the classroom, have students hunt for coins and write how much money is in each coin on a piece of paper until they have found all the coins.

Canadian Coin Unit! Full colour and black and white clipart on almost every page!

This one is for all you Canadian teachers out there. a 164 page unit on teaching Canadian money. For me, money is one of the hardest math.

money-make this!!!!!!!! No need to buy pack. It's not Canadian.

Copy Paste Earn Money - money-make this! No need to buy pack. Its not Canadian. You’re copy pasting anyway.Get paid for it.

In addition to learning about telling time in math, we will also be learning about money! We will have many money math stations where we can sort and count coins and bills. We will also be changing the rules of one of our favorite trading games from math centers, Teddy Bear Island, to help us learn about money and coin value.

Money sorting mat!

In addition to learning about telling time in math, we will also be learning about money! We will have many money math stations where we can sort and count coins and bills.

Fun, hands-on activity focusing on counting coins

Counting Coins Scavenger Hunt: Hands-on Money Activity

FREE Grocery cards allow kids to play and learn while they use math to add up the cost of various grocery items. This is such a fun money games for preschool, kindergarten, and 1st grade. Great math game for centers, at home, or homeschool too

FREE Grocery Task Cards Money Games

If your kids love playing shop, these FREE priced shopping items and task cards will motivate them to practice math while playing money games! The money game scoot

Canadian Coin Recognition

Introduce and practice recognizing basic Canadian coins: penny, nickle, dime and quarter.

A Pinch of Kinder: Teaching Money in FDK: My Book of Canadian Coins

Today I& popping in to talk about all the money fun we have been having in our class lately! The FDK expectation for money is.

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