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Money Poem including real pictures of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Appropriate for Elementary level students. Constructed using Microsoft Wo...

Money Poem including real pictures of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Appropriate for Elementary level students. Constructed using Microsoft Wo...

Teaching Money ideas -- GREAT for a math center.  I would have all of the coins cut out first which will greatly reduce the time that students are doing an activity, this would probably need to be teacher/para/parent led.

Teaching Money ideas -- GREAT for a math center. I would have all of the coins cut out first which will greatly reduce the time that students are doing an activity, this would probably need to be teacher/para/parent led.

Number Lines. Ironically, the maker of this number line uses the same color codes I use for Polly Plus and Linus Minus :-)

Number Lines. Ironically, the maker of this number line uses the same color codes I use for Polly Plus and Linus Minus :-)

printable gumball math addition subtraction graphing activity : Printables for Kids – free word search puzzles, coloring pages, and other activities

printable gumball math addition subtraction graphing activity : Printables for Kids – free word search puzzles, coloring pages, and other activities

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, FREE printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd

FREE Telling Time Puzzles

Give kids the practice they need telling time with these fun, FREE printable telling time puzzles for kindergarten, 1st grade, 2nd grade, and 3rd

take turns picking a coin from the cup and placing it on the matching value.  If you don’t have any more spaces for the coin you chose, put it back and lose a turn.  First person to get three-in-a-row says, “Bingo!”

take turns picking a coin from the cup and placing it on the matching value. If you don’t have any more spaces for the coin you chose, put it back and lose a turn. First person to get three-in-a-row says, “Bingo!”

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