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These cards are great for 1st and 2nd graders working on money skills to introduce coin value and adding change as well as special education students working on life skills. I specifically geared the items and tasks to be appropriate for secondary students in special education with a summertime theme. The cards are set up so the coins are the same size as real coins so students can match real coins as manipulatives to solve the problems. $3

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Bee-themed cards showing money amounts are used for two different activities:1. Show the amount 2 ways using coins2. Count on by dimes (10s) ...

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