Race for a Dollar
In this game, students use a dice (paper one provided or use your own) to practice adding money. As they roll the dice, they add that much money to the board. They can trade pennies in for nickels, nickels in for dimes and so forth. The first student to get to a dollar is the winner.
Pet Shop Math
In this activity, students use a picture of a pet shop with price tags to answer questions on task cards. There are two different sets of task cards to differentiate in your class. This is the more challenging set where students have to think about how much more money they would need or how much change they would get back.
This is the easier set of task cards. They use the same picture but students need to use money to show how much each animal costs.
Count the RoomThis is designed to be a read/write the room activity where students are up and moving around the room. It includes 30 signs with labels for common items found in a classroom (desk, table, door, bookshelf, etc.) Each sign also has a different amount of coins. Students have to find the various cards, count the coins and write the total on their recording sheet.
Money WarThis game is played just like the traditional version of war (sometimes called compare) where each student has a stack of cards, they flip one over and the person with the higher amount keeps the cards. The only difference is there are coins on the card that they have to count first. It comes with 54 cards.
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Money Memory Game
This card game includes cards with coins on it and a matching set that has the amount written in numbers. Students can play memory or Go Fish with these to try to find matches.
*You'll notice there are directions in this picture...every center includes printable directions for the students.
These puzzles have 4 pieces that need to be matched up. Each piece will include a different way to make the same amount of money.
In this game, students try to be the first player to earn $5 by moving around the game board while earning and spending quarters.
The math journal includes 4 different flip pages that can be used in an interactive notebook or as a reference. Here is a few of the pages in action.
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