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Money is a tough concept for my firsties so I am always looking for a way to get it across a little better. The money poem is a big help - but the Honey Bunny money song has been a HUGE hit.pdf for them.

Coin Bingo {Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter} - Kolors of Kindergarten - TeachersPayTeachers.com

Coin Bingo {Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter}

different coin bingo cards -Has both heads and tails of each coin on each card -Played just like regular bingo or connect four. I print a couple extra cards and cut them apart to use as the call cards. First student to make a line wins or 4 corners or

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PK-2 Coin Popsicle Stick ID Game

Teacher reads clues and students hold up the coin stick that s(he) is describing. The teacher has real coin sticks. Penny & nickel are back-to-back; dime & quarter are back to back. Students make 2 sticks.

Counting money. Use a pocket chart that counts to 100 to build Coin Counting Fluency!

Use a pocket chart that counts to 100 to build Coin Counting Fluency great center idea

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.

Money Lessons for Kindergarten  Free Mini-book download  www.michellelanders.com

LOVE this coin sort for a center activity or assessment! This site has great ideas already made, ready to print out for special education students. A money sorting center would be perfect for any life skills or secondary special education task.

Sing along to Canada In My Pocket - learn Canadian coin values with Michael Mitchell's catchy tune.

Sing along to Canada In My Pocket - learn Canadian coin values with Michael Mitchell's catchy tune.

Canadian Coin Recognition

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

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