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Teaching money

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How to Absolutely Love Teaching Money - Sum Math Fun

From identifying coins to money word problems, know exactly what to teach when and how to differentiate your lessons. Tried and approved teaching strategies.

Wondering how to teach counting money to 2nd grade students - or even kids in 1st or 3rd? This blog post has lots of great teaching strategies and activities to help your students be successful at counting coins. The tips include suggestions to build skip counting skills, pictures of an anchor chart to support money counting, and several games (including no print suggestions with coins and dice). You are sure to find tips to help your students count money! #TeachingMoney #2ndGradeMath

Wondering how to teach counting money to 2nd grade students - or even kids in 1st or 3rd? This blog post has lots of great teaching strategies and activities to help your students be successful at counting coins. The tips include suggestions to build skip counting skills, pictures of an anchor chart to support money counting, and several games (including no print suggestions with coins and dice). You are sure to find tips to help your students count money! #TeachingMoney #2ndGradeMath

This adorable poem FREEBIE for identifying coins and their value is a darling classroom addition. Money made fun!

This adorable poem FREEBIE for identifying coins and their value is a darling classroom addition. Money made fun!

Love how @KayrnTripp teaches her kids about money through age-appropriate games!   Definitely using this financial literacy printable game inspired by @BethKobliner. MoneyGenius AD

Love how @KayrnTripp teaches her kids about money through age-appropriate games! Definitely using this financial literacy printable game inspired by @BethKobliner. MoneyGenius AD

For when we start teaching money in 1st grade so our kids can do well on STAR even though money is not in our standards to teach in 1st....

For when we start teaching money in 1st grade so our kids can do well on STAR even though money is not in our standards to teach in 1st....

A guide to teaching money and coins in kindergarten, grade 1, and grade 2: Find lesson ideas, hands-on math activities, tools and manipulatives, math games, math centers, and children's books to make your lessons effective and fun in the classroom. Kids in kinder, first grade, and second grade will enjoy learning how to identify coins, count money, and develop financial literacy. Grab a free copy of the printable coin sorting mat for school or homeschool!

In this guide to teaching money and coins in grades K-2, find ideas, activities, methods, manipulatives, games, books, and more for your classroom.

Money Activities for Second Grade                                                                                                                                                     More

This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Learning to add money, make change, and compare money amounts are skills that are coming up in our money unit. I've been working on putting together lots of fun games and engaging opportunities to practice. Here are some money activities for second grade

This coin recognition and counting activity from Teaching Second Grade is a fun way of sorting coin money. Learning to count money is boring the regular way. This is exciting for the kids.

This coin recognition and counting activity from Teaching Second Grade is a fun way of sorting coin money. Learning to count money is boring the regular way. This is exciting for the kids.

Money Math Practice - How Much Does Lunch Cost? – Dorky Doodles

This printable math worksheet is a super fun way to practice addition and money skills. It also makes a great follow up for a restaurant math center activity. Your students can pretend that they have their own little place that serves junk food for lunch (because it's no fun to serve broccoli and kale at a fake restaurant). Their task is to add up the bills of the customers who have eaten! The addition is fairly simple and is a great way to practice for kids who are just being introduced to…

Teaching Money-Free printable coin identification activities

Use this free printable set of coin sorting mats and coin identification puzzles in kindergarten and first grade to help kids begin learning about coins.