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The February Money Challenge is "I Lost My Day Job and Now I Have to Get a New One" - http://lesbecker.com/money/2015/02/11/the-i-lost-my-day-job-now-i-have-to-get-a-new-one-challenge/

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...

I love Kaboom! i used it with my third graders last year with vocab. I like the adaptions with this game. Second Grade Style: math games...adaptable for many skills...BOOM!!!

### Money Game - Counting Money - The Grocery Game

By far, my students' FAVORITE game to play! The Grocery Game - practice counting money

This freebie includes 45 cards to play the game war (also called compare.) Students will count the coins (quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies) on each card and determine who has the greater amount. This can easily be used in math centers, math tubs, small groups, guided math groups, choice time and for fast finishers.

In this game every player starts with five dollars. Students draw cards and then read and decide if they have to add or subtract money. The winner is the player with the most money at the end of the game.

take turns picking a coin from the cup and placing it on the matching value. If you don’t have any more spaces for the coin you chose, put it back and lose a turn. First person to get three-in-a-row says, “Bingo!”

Here are two recording sheets for practicing scooping and counting coins.

Students move around a game board in an attempt to be the first one to collect exactly a dollar in coins. Along the way, they must identify the coins they land on and their value.