# Money

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for teaching money. great way to open up your math lesson each day for the unit! by Barbara Marcantel on Indulgy.com

This printable math worksheet is a super fun way to practice addition and money skills. It also makes a great follow up for a restaurant math center activity. Your students can pretend that they have their own little place that serves junk food for lunch (because it's no fun to serve broccoli and kale at a fake restaurant). Their task is to add up the bills of the customers who have eaten! The addition is fairly simple and is a great way to practice for kids who are just being introduced to…

Money Cups is a FREE center activity to reinforce counting coins. It is great for practicing money in the primary grades.

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

This is a Smart Notebook 11 file with 10 pages of Money Activities for grades 2-3. Pg 1 Money Math (Students match coins with their value amount.) Pg 2 Money Match (Students match equivalent money values.) Pg 3 How can you make? 38 cents, 14 cents etc. Pg 4 How much would it cost? (Students c...

This packet includes 8 pages of Canadian money practice sheets. It includes: -two charts (one colour, one black and white), showing the six Canadian coins, their names, and their values. -six pages of counting money sheets (one each for penny, nickel, dime, quarter, loonie, and toonie). You ma...

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.

Today I'm popping in to talk about all the money fun we have been having in our class lately! The FDK expectation for money is.. NS1.10 explore different Canadian coins, using coin manipulatives First we started by watching the song Canada in My Pocket by Michael Mitchell. Then we used my coin posters to learn the name and value of each coin. Sidenote: Sorry about the glare in some of these pictures... lamination and classroom lights are not friends... ;( We also added these word wall cards…

Students will practice adding Canadian nickels, dimes, quarters, loonies, and loonies. This game works best if you slip it inside a plastic sleeve for students to write on with a dry erase marker. Each pair of students will also need a paper clip, pencil, and some plastic coins. You can adapt this...

Free printable worksheets for counting Canadian coins and bills. Worksheets are customizable and randomly generated.

Children's educational worksheet templates.