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This will really help the little ones remember how much each coin is worth!

These 3 money activities reinforce skills that accompany the money unit from Smart Board that I have uploaded. These activities follow the first g...

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### Free Counting Money Clip Cards for Coins

Free counting coins clip cards and great books for learning about coins and money.

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### Two-Digit Addition & Subtraction No-Prep Printables & Math Stations BUNDLE

Two-Digit Addition & Subtraction No-Prep Practice & Math Stations is a second grade math BUNDLE focused on two-digit addition and subtraction. This BUNDLE specifically focuses on establishing a variety of strategies for solving two-digit addition and subtraction problems, including using a number line, using base 10 blocks, breaking apart the numbers, subtracting tens, subtracting ones, and compensation.

Website where students can upload photos of themselves and fill it with words about themselves and their interests! I think this would be great for a poetry unit.

Boxed Out 120 chart game that is super fun! Directions in the post! Building Number Sense in First Grade

Ahhh, how special is this? What an unforgettable moment in a child's life for them to feel this special to their teacher......if only, what a difference it would make!!!

Piggy Race: students could simply have practice using coins to show different amounts. It's called, "Piggy Race", because they are trying to get to the piggy in the middle first to be the winner.     This game is also very simple, but I think that's how it needs to be to work for all learners.

Put it in the Piggy coin game- free from Frogs in First

Free coin counting math worksheet. Students practice adding pennies, nickels, and dimes. Great money practice for 1st and 2nd grade. Advanced Kindergarten students could do this as a challenge activity.

Fun game for comparing numbers (similar to War). Recording sheet can be downloaded.

Shape riddles- right side is covered with a sheet of paper with a large question mark- students flip up paper to reveal answer

Pinch and total money counting. Reach into a bag of mixed coins. Pull out as much as you can pinch then add the coins together for the total!

books for teaching about graphs and data collection!

Here's an idea for playing a math facts game. Love that this uses recycled materials! Recording sheets included.