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I like this video from Homeschool Popthat introduces all 6 different U.S. coins. Each coin is described, as small facts are given and the value of each coin is discussed. It is a great way for your students to be introduced to money before really digging into your unit. Also, consider pairing this video with an explicit explanation of each coin. You can use large magnet coins (aff) that can be placed on your whiteboard. Play a guessing game and give table points to those groups who can identify which coin you put on the whiteboard each time. Roberts, David (2006). British Hit Singles & Albums (19thed.). London: Guinness World Records Limited. p.429. ISBN 1-904994-10-5. Give each pair of students a game board, something to use as a placeholder, and a die. One student will roll a die and move their placeholder that number of squares around the game board. Once that student has landed on a square, they will add up the coins to find the total value and then daub or cover that value on the game board. Then it is the next student’s turn. The game continues until one of the students has 5 in a row covered on the game board. This is a great early finisher activity to use during your money unit.
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EDUCATIONAL: This set of 250 fake plastic US coins are great for teaching the concept of money in the classroom or at home. Pretend to shop at a store and roleplay paying with change or making change. Develop math skills while having fun.Color by Coin– similar to the Hidden Picture, your students will use the color code to complete the picture Coins can be used to practice other skills too. Give your students plastic pennies and have them measure classroom objects and record the lengths in the number of pennies. How long are their pencils, notebooks, crayons, and scissors? Put this activity in a center as an accountability sheet and follow up to this lesson. You can link this discussion to the importance of saving and spending. It helps students learn how to be responsible consumers in their communities.
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The card set that you choose to use can be differentiated depending on your students’ needs. Set 1 has cards with the same coin on them and your students are going to practice counting by a certain number (1s, 5s, 10s, 25s), to find the total coin value on each card. Set 2 has different coins on each card. Your students will have to identify each coin, and its value, then add those values together to figure out the sum. Can your partner guess the riddle? One classmate selects a card from the pile. As the other listens to the riddle, they will use plastic coins to see if they can solve their partner’s riddle. Once they have, that student will draw the coins needed on the recording sheet and the two partners switch roles. 14. Money Game 5 in a RowPlastic Penny: Everything I Am, The Complete Plastic Penny, 3CD Clamshell Boxset - Cherry Red Records They sort out the coins onto the mat and then count how many they have of each coin. Among their table groups, they can compare who has the most pennies, dimes, etc. Do any of the coins have equal groups? 3. Graphing Coins The group's third and final album Heads I Win, Tails You Lose was a compilation of the band's more obscure recordings, issued in 1970 after the group had disbanded.