How much fun would these be this summer or even as a center to get ready for the school year? I know my students loved these keys and locks finding the correct money amount to go with the lock. Bright and colorful fun for the classroom. Head on over and grab your own set. ... Read More about Locking up our Money Recognition Skills
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My littlest learners were learning about money and identifying coins. I wanted something fun to help them "lock" it in as we learned this new math skill. These little locks and keys were a great way during our whole group lesson for them to work together as partners and identify the key that fit the lock. A great hands on activity. Head on over and get your own copy. ... Read More about Who holds the key? Money recognition at it’s best !
We are counting money and reviewing some of those money recognition skills that we just can not forget throughout the year. These are handy to grab for a quick small group activity or place in those math centers for a quick review. These are great to print on cardstock and laminate so they can be used over and over again. Head on over and grab your own set. ... Read More about Counting Money Small Group Center Work
Math games are an excellent way to break up the monotony and to challenge your students, and Diffy is no exception! Students of all grade levels can practice subtraction and logic -- as well as pattern recognition -- while they work through a Diffy game. This free download includes a color version and black-and-white version, and you can play it with whole numbers, negative numbers, fractions, and money. Click here to download your freebie! There are a few different ways you can play Diffy ... Read More about Practice Subtraction and Logic with Diffy
A fun way to reinforce coin recognition and their values. A good exercise for addition as well as a nice game for St. Patrick's Day. Includes a graphing extension plus certificates of praise for participation and winning the game. Play with plastic play money and cover the game board, or give students their own pots and have them color the coins the appropriate color. Does strategy matter? Which column should you play? Shamrock Dollar Holler From: TeachWithMe.com ... Read More about Shamrock Dollar Holler Game