Have a blast learning and playing with these dramatic play "restaurant" printables and ideas!

Restaurant Dramatic Play

Restaurant Name: Chicken or the Eggplant. Have a blast learning and playing with these dramatic play "restaurant" printables and ideas!

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

Teach the names of coins with this fun game - free printable from The Measured Mom

Teach the names of coins with this fun game! (preK-grade 1

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.

This Canadian money freebie contains two hands on activities to help your students practice the important skill of counting money.

12 Activities Besides Skiing to do in Canada this Winter This Canadian money freebie contains two hands on activities to help your students practice the important skill of counting money.

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.

Four Activities for Coin Counting Practice - All you need is paper, pencil, and coins

Four Activities for Coin Counting Practice

This is a set of CANADIAN printable coins to use in math for cutting and pasting or laminating!Includes:Loonie, Toonie, Nickle, dime, penny and...

Canadian Money Printable Coins

This is a set of CANADIAN printable coins to use in math for cutting and pasting or laminating! Includes: Loonie, Toonie, Nickle, dime, penny and

A Pinch of Kinder: Canadian Coin Centre: Roll, Find, Match & Cover

I'm back to link up with Kacey from Doodle Bugs Teaching for her Five for Friday linky to share 5 teaching idea from this week!

Students move around a game board in an attempt to be the first one to collect exactly a dollar in coins. Along the way, they must identify the coins they land on and their value.

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.

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