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  • Kimberly Bliley

    Bankrupt money game. Another great way to practice learning money!

  • Susan Sanders Friedrich

    Money game for naming coins. Popsicle sticks, plastic coins, and a large container. Hot glue the coins on to the sticks. On a couple of the sticks write “Bankrupt. ” Kids sit in a circle and pass the can around–when it is their turn, the child takes one and says the name of the coin (you can also have them say the value). If they are correct, the stick goes in the center, if they are wrong, the stick goes back in the can. If they pull the bankrupt stick, all the sticks go back in the can.

  • Heather Porter

    Bankrupt game. counting money

  • Kim Iman

    Money Game... Any strategy to help teach money to concrete minded kids would save me from massive headache!

  • Lauren Yoder

    Oooh Oohh! Fun Math Money Game...you pass the container around the circle and each kid pulls out a popsicle stick and names the correct coin on their stick.. hopefully ;)

  • Kylene Marquissee

    Math Game: Bankrupt - learning money

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