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  • Cindy Marks

    Activity Mom found this money activity to help kids understand coin value. I'm not sure who created it? If you know, give a shout out! Kids add up coins to reach one dollar in this math game, great for visual learners. Click to download! Love this!!! ~~ Link no longer valid. But neat idea to remember, nonetheless

  • Ashley Shupe

    another money learning activity

  • Maura Tuohy

    Happy Hearts At Home: Money Worksheets for Visual Learners.

  • Marley Baum

    NEAT idea for teaching money!

  • Christina Renteria

    I love ALL these math lessons!

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