# Money Bingo

In this fun activity, students cut and glue the coins onto their game board after coloring them. Then you can use the game boards as a whole class or small group activity to practice money identification.

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Coin Bingo {Penny, Nickel, Dime, Quarter} - Kolors of Kindergarten - TeachersPayTeachers.com

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Simple game for early finisher work or math rotations. Hopefully a way to help struggling students do better with coin names and values.Print in color, mount on card-stock then laminate.

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Money Match-Up at Lakeshore Learning: Here’s a FREE printable that turns money concepts into a matching game!

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Students practice spelling and working with money (math station idea) Great idea!!!

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Snowballs for sale: Money bingo

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Money Bingo (mixed combinations; pennies, nickels, and dimes)

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Adding Coins Bingo Game! 30 cards in 6 colors. Great for money math review and counting coins.

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take turns picking a coin from the cup and placing it on the matching value. If you don’t have any more spaces for the coin you chose, put it back and lose a turn. First person to get three-in-a-row says, “Bingo!”

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Students can practice identifying and counting coins with a fun game of bingo! Pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters are included and all values are within $1.00. There are 30 unique boards so there won't be a bunch of winners at once! To call out the money use the list or either set of calling cards (coins and words). This is a fun way to practice as a whole class or as a small group!

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