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For Presidents' Day, have your students research the Presidents that are featured on the penny, nickle, dime, and quarter. Then, students can make posters about the interesting facts that they learned about these 4 Presidents and 4 coins.

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I already use this money poem...the kids LOVE it! :)- great for their math journals

I will adapt this idea to show equivalent fractions decimals and percents with money. Great visual aid in the classroom! matching sticks!!! So long to money falling ALL over the floor!

Hands-on math statements. For the price of a box of craft sticks and some different colored permanent markers the possibilities are endless: spelling words, phonics, sight words, latin. Turn then lengthwise and use them for complete words to make your own a complete a sentence game. I love practical, flexible, and inexpensive!

Here's a money bingo game where students can practice counting groups of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters.

Printable shapes to practice capital letter formation. Great center activity!

Coin Activities! Science: clean them, Art: coin rubbings, Math: coin counting!!! LOVE