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Word Problems: Snack Shack Money Math Task Cards

Snack Shack Math Task Cards are a great way to practice adding and subtracting dollars and cents. Students use the included Snack Shack menu to solve each word problem. There are four different challenges included so that you can differentiate as needed:

Scoop it up- Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies Freebie

Scoop it up- Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

Sample page from "The Money Mystery Slide Show"  {Help Pig E. Bank solve the mystery of the missing coins!}  Great warm up activity before math lesson.  $

The Money Mystery Slide Show

Sample page from "The Money Mystery Slide Show" (We do this in small groups and share our answers in "Showdown" fashion with white boards.

Math Workstation: Playing Card Game Directions

These posters include directions for favorite math playing card games. The games featured include I Spy Addition, Addition War, Quick Draw, Tens Go Fish, and Tens Memory Match.

Get Kids Active While Learning Math

Twister Math

Get Kids Active While Learning Math; could write integers on Twister Board then add, subtract, multiply, divide

Show me the MONEY! For this foldable, you have to cut each flap. In first grade I always prepared the books ahead of time, but I think 2nd graders could definitely handle making them on their own. On the inside, the students describe the coins and write how to make a dollar using the coins on the flap. It is great for coin recognition as well as counting money.

Show me the MONEY! For this foldable, you have to cut each flap.girls describe the coins and write how to make a dollar using the coins on the flap. It is great for coin recognition as well as counting money. financial literacy count it up leaf for dasies

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