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
Students race around the game board in an attempt to be the first one to collect exactly five dollars. In order to receive money from the "bank" they must identify the coin they land on as well as its value.
This 151-page resource is great for Grades 1 and 2 classrooms. It focuses on the Number Sense and Numeration expectations focusing on money (coins) but covers other NS+N expectations and some Patterning and Algebra (Expressions of Equality) expectations.Please see the product thumbnails for this product's table of contents; a product preview is also available.Included are: puzzles, posters, word wall pages, quizzes, worksheets, games, math centres, a list of applicable specific curriculum…
This Canadian Money Unit for Grade 1 contains lesson ideas based on the expectations, 6 colour coin posters, a student coin booklet, worksheets, a test, and printable coins for a classroom store activity.