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Learning money..this is the best one I've seen

Parts of a Dollar Flip Book

from Heidi Songs

Preschool Math: What Do Kids Need to Learn

Preschool Math: What Do Kids Need to Learn?

from Creekside Learning

Learning Coin Values

Coin Values file folder game. Lots of other learning games on this site

from Instructables.com

Tables of 6, 7, 8 and 9 in your hands

Great math hack for your kids! I wish I knew this in elementary school.

This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc...

FREEFALL MONEY | A fun educational app for kids to learn how to count money.

printable money for teaching about American money #homeschool

So cute for teaching money!

Cute way to reinforce coin values. Similar to Touch Money.

For when we start teaching money in 1st grade so our kids can do well on STAR even though money is not in our standards to teach in 1st....

3 money games... w pigs!

See Jamie Teach Homeschool: Indroduction to Coin Value - Free Printable

Money Sticks...for a center they have to draw a stick and count the money!

from Classroom Freebies Too

Number Combination Fun!

This is a visual math manipulative that allows students to see the numbers that add up to a given sum. They can color or stamp in the circles to show that the parts of the whole are different.

Great way to teach fractions! Instead of having students break up circles into imaginary pizza slices, students can get hands on with paper plates. Less messy and a wonderful way to combine different types of fractions! Can be used to compare and contrast different fractions.

Use old game pieces to make money stamps to use in the math center.