Students cut, color and glue their coins to 2 large Popsicle sticks. Penny is on the front, nickel is on the back; dime is on the front, quarter is on the back. Teachers have real coins on theirs. They give clues to a coin and students hold up their "puppet" stick when they think they know what coin is being described :) Idea, Money Activities, Classroom Freebies, Coins Popsicles, Pk 2 Coins, Popsicle Sticks, Popsicles Sticks, Kid, Crafts Sticks
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.
Here is my coin/money matching activity this time using AMERICAN coins.This is a set of 41 cards covering denominations $.0 - $1.00. The coin va...
I will adapt this idea to show equivalent fractions decimals and percents with money. Great visual aid in the classroom!
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!