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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...

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... Each student has a gameboard and there is one student in each group that I select to be the banker. I love using these chip trays to organize manipulatives! Gotta love the Dollar Tree! :)

....another one for the grammar police. Come on people it's simple grammar, learn it !!!!

  • Tamika Nelson

    Thank you, I cringe whenever I see the misspelling of this word.

  • Robyn Dixon

    uh, really hate to be so harsh, but the Grammar Cops never go off duty, and that is an example of spelling not grammar....

  • Sherry Yannacci

    Geez...some of you need to chill. I'm not the Grammar police....it's the other OCD fools out there that are constantly correcting everything people say and write.. but on the other hand it sounds and looks more intelligent to write/talk the right way :) Think about it !!!!

  • Sherry Yannacci

    ....furthermore, it is a "Grammar "mistake, Google it :)

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Coin Top-It Game for dimes, nickels, and pennies! Freebie!

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