Second Grade Style
Hey friends! I hope everyone has had a wonderful and super relaxing break. I've been out since the beginning of December (I LOVE teaching year round!) so I'm the epitomy of relaxed right now. :) When I first started my blog I posted about my math games, one of my favorite things! Many people asked for a copy of my story problem book. I have actually revised it and made it so much better into a complete pack that will really get your kids writing and solving story problems. So here it is, my…
Simple Coin Sorting - Happily Ever Mom
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...
Pennies, Nickels and Dimes--oh my!
Print, laminate and cut apart money cards. Students will count a combination of pennies, nickels, and dimes up to $1.00 on cards and match them with the correct money match.
Canadian Coins Roll and Cover Game
Students work alone or in partners - roll a die and cover the corresponding coin.Help students identify and describe various coins AND practice subitizing 1 to 6.Hands on learning fun for math centres!
Canadian Coin Recognition
Introduce and practice recognizing basic Canadian coins: penny, nickle, dime and quarter. All the coins are in greyscale to facilitate colouring by coin. Students must recognize each coin and distinguish between them to colour by coin.
Counting Coins Money Games - Fantastic Fun & Learning
Use these free printable Counting Coins Money Games in first grade or second grade to help kids learn to count money. There are two differentiated game options for kids learning to count different sets of coins.
Canadian Money Flip Book
Up the ante on your money unit with this fresh and fun flip book! Included in this pack are Canadian coin graphics for the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie and toonie. Each coin has an accompanying activity page that requires students to tell the name of the coin, state its value, tell what pi...
Canadian Coin War Game Bundle
The Canadian Coin War games will help students practice counting Canadian money in an engaging way. Students will count and compare coins with this game - they won't even know they are practicing!Coin War a twist on the traditional card game "War." Instead of comparing numbers, players count the coi...
Once Upon a Learning Adventure
I introduced money yesterday, and it went great, so I thought I'd share! First off, we did an anchor chart to show our schema and what we learned about money from reading some nonfiction texts and watching a United Streaming video. I also showed the students money from different countries, which they thought was pretty neat. Then, I tried something new to teach my students about the coins and their values, and I am so glad I did! The kids loved it, and it was definitely a nice change to the…
Canadian Money Game
This is a fun way to practice counting money! Contains 24 cards. *Please note: This game is also part of my Canadian Money Unit for Grade 2 for sale on TpT.