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Race To A Dollar! {Counting Coins Freebie!} I think I like this better than the Pennies and dimes version we play!!

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

Money Flip Book Freebie! {Show Me The Money} Math for Kindergarten and First Grade

Counting money. Use a pocket chart that counts to 100 to build Coin Counting Fluency!

Free Math Worksheets. This is sweet. You can customize your own worksheets. They also have worksheets you can make for telling time, counting money and lots of others.

This freebie packet includes printables you can use to teach hundred board skills such as skip counting, money, ordering, place value, and more!...

Classroom Freebies: Representing Skip Counting

How many in a dollar activity with a printable.

Money Games for your students to play online!

Money Money Money Coin Activities and Centers CCSS Aligned

Money Money Money Coin Activities and Centers CCSS Aligned

Free download. Little booklet for each coin.

Coin Printing with Aluminum Foil~ One of a dozen money-themed activities to help kids learn about money.

Math Coach's Corner: Coin Identification and Value Activity Cards with Ten-Frames FREEBIE. Take the mystery out of coin values by connecting them to a familiar representation--ten-frames! Includes: Activity cards showing coin pictures (front and back to scale), name, value (dollar sign and cent symbol), and a ten-frame representation of value; Teacher notes; Piggy Bank cards showing two representations (dollar sign and cent symbol); Workstation activity cards with math journal suggestions

Classroom Freebies: Skip Counting with Coins. To effectively count coins, students need to be able to skip count and change multiples.

Math Coach's Corner: Coin Identification and Value Activity Cards with Ten-Frames FREEBIE. Take the mystery out of coin values by connecting them to a familiar representation--ten-frames! Includes: Activity cards showing coin pictures (front and back to scale), name, value (dollar sign and cent symbol), and a ten-frame representation of value; Teacher notes; Piggy Bank cards showing two representations (dollar sign and cent symbol); Workstation activity cards with math journal suggestions

Four hands-on ways to practice counting coins, only need paper, pencils, and coins!