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One of my favorite math concepts to teach is money and this packet will help you do just that! It includes so many fun activities for your students...

Cha Ching {a money unit}

One of my favorite math concepts to teach is money and this packet will help you do just that! It includes so many fun activities for your students to practice identifying, counting, and manipulating money in different ways!

Great pretend restaurant printable.  Menus, waitress tickets.. etc.  I just printed them for my kids and a friends and they are having so much fun.

PRINTABLE Menus for Playing Restaurant - love that it has the money displayed! Great for pretend play & for school age kiddos learning the value of money.

Print and Go. Students will learn to count on from any given number. The worksheets start out simple and get progressively more challenging as you introduce larger numbers and students learn to count by 1's, 2's, 5's, and 10's.This activity aligns with Common Core Math Content K.CC.A.2 or 1.NBT.A.1. This is a set of 14 worksheets in all.

Counting On From Any Given Number by 1's, 2's, 5's, 10's

Students will learn to count on from any given number. The worksheets start out simple and get progressively more challenging as you introduce larger numbers and students learn to count on by and This activity aligns with Common Core Math Content or

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Counting Coins Made Easy!

Powers of 10 Math Face Off 5.NBT.2

Are your students having a difficult time with counting coins? The Magic Money method has worked for me for the last 8 years of teaching money to .

Money Cards: This free set of 12 money cards can be used in a variety of ways.  I use them as a whole class “Read the Room” activity for a formativ...

Money Cards: This free set of 12 money cards can be used in a variety of ways. I use them as a whole class “Read the Room” activity for a formativ.

I Have, Who Has...Money FREEBIE! Made with pictures of REAL coins! Can't wait to use it next year!

This is a fun game to use to practice counting pennies and nickels. There are 30 cards included - difficulty level is varied so you will be able to challenge some students and help others gain confidence. The coin graphics are pictures of REAL money!

The Teacher's Treasure Chest: Back To School Rush

Back To School Rush

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