$1 - Engaging handout to practice using multiplication to compare quantities. It's an important skill, and one that requires students to think about multiplication a teensy bit more abstractly than they're used to, so our mission is to make sure they get plenty of practice! Check it out at the 88Brains store on Tpt!
Kids practice identifying and counting U.S. coins and bills. Task cards and printables target sums to one dollar. This I Have Who Has card game works well for a whole class (35 cards included) or a small group. #countingcoins #kindergarten #firstgrade #secondgrade
These boom cards cover dimes and pennies up to 40. Your first graders will complete the place value chart and then fill in the blank with how many tens, how many ones, and the total amount. Your elementary students will be BEGGING you for more! These are interactive, self-grading and paperless!! Such fun!!! #boomcards #boomlearning #firstgrade #digitaltaskcards
Ten more, ten less, one more, one less is a hard concept - but this I Have, Who Has game created for elementary students gives kids tons of practice with this strategy. This is a great activity to keep kids thinking. It uses dimes and nickels to help students with harder concepts.
This back to school math center is perfect for the month of August! Third grade students will enjoy this autumn game that helps them practice with money and change within $10. The teacher needs help figuring out how much each of the school supplies costs for her classroom. 3rd graders match up each money amount with each item's price tag to help the teacher out! Aligns with second grade money standards.
This game is an easy prep math game to help practice counting money (coins), and it asks students to compare money amounts. Students are practicing two math skills in one game! Can be used as a whole group activity, or as a center! I have small containers with lids, that have coins in it for students to shake.
This math enrichment activity focuses on money. Your students will help Jake count how much he earns for doing chores around his house, and they will use those totals to solve the riddle: What has Jake been saving his pennies to buy? This is great for 2nd