Friday, October 19, 2012

Money Freebie

I created this money freebie for my kiddos click here to get it. How do you teach coin value and counting money? I will post this weekend how I do :)

I have also linked up with TBA for Freebie Friday!



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Happy Friday!

5 comments:

  1. Love it! My kids need money practice! I'm your newest follower and am linked up as well!

    Irene
    Learning With Mrs. Leeby

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  2. I teach my elementary special ed class to count money using the methods taught in Touch Money. It is so simple that by the end of the unit, my entire class is able to count mixed coins up to $ .50 and many can count several dollars worth of change. The only prerequisite skill they need is the ability to count to 100 by 5 and to be able to count to 100 starting with any number.


    LifeInSpecialEducation

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  3. I found you through Friday Freebie! I am now your newest follower! Isn't pinterest wonderful!

    Alison
    Teaching Maths with Meaning

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  4. I found you on Friday Freebie. Money is a life skill that the kids need practice with.

    sandi
    rubberboots and elf shoes

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  5. Great idea for money! I used to find the Arnotts Tic Toc biscuits great for reinforcing analogue/digital time - a classroom reward, but they had to match the clock face to digital to get the biscuit. I'd love you to visit me at Dream Painters :)

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