# Explore Counting Games, Counting Money, and more!

prince & co.: The Trading Game: Money Style.Race to a Quarter. This game is VERY simple but powerful for the kids because it helps them to make those connections that 5 pennies = 1 nickel, 2 nickels = 1 dime, etc.

A fun game to teach COIN VALUES. Simply roll the dice (once per turn) and take…

I'm a visual learner and THIS would have made things SO MUCH easier! LOL I wish someone would have taught me this a long time ago so I would remember gallons, quarts, pints, and cups! This is pure GENIUS!

dice addition worksheets- GIve upper grade students 20 sided dice (or 100 sided dice) to place this game with!

Freebie clock activities - A fantastic hands on lesson!

Teaching kids to tell time on a NON-digital clock! I am surprised by the high school millennial kids who need this!

"Hey diddle diddle" rhyme for teaching mean, median, mode, & range!

another way to do that number of the day thing I sent you the other day but in a board like manner. number concept - great for morning work/seat work!

math: Fun math trick and a visual representation of multiplication that actually makes sense and goes pretty quickly (aka students don't have to draw 25 groups of

Using real objects to make math more concrete - comparing numbers- I am going to use small Popsicle sticks to make the alligator.

Bbs like to walk but the Dds like to talk! Great visual for differentiating these letters =)

math station bags----this site is AWESOME. Love the whole site

Why didn't I think of this for teaching time? :) Learning Ideas - Grades Paper Plate Clocks Round-Up and Telling Time Resources The kids could totally help make one.

The dollar bill explained. my kids would think this is so cool! This economic unit is important for students and you could also use this during a math unit when counting money.

123 Homeschool 4 Me: Money Mini Book

Dry erase on plastic plates, hmm. From previous pinner: Perfect for math in focus number decomposition! Use a plastic plate and you can write with dry erase! Great to teach part part whole, fact families, etc.