Plastic Coins 100 Pennies
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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. Show me the MONEY!” (Do you now have the scene from Jerry Maguire playing in your head?🤣) Money… it is a favorite math unit in any classroom. Why? Because kids love money! Let’s take that enthusiasm and dive deeper into money skills practice. Let’s use these 23 money activities for primary students to create engaging, no prep lessons, and small group centers practice. Now that your students can identify all of the coins, you can bring some fun activities into their independent practice, early finisher work, center activities, and homework. These activities take money instruction to a whole new level (and will keep your students engaged because they are FUN!)
Plastic Penny – Everything I Am (1967, Knock-Out Centre Plastic Penny – Everything I Am (1967, Knock-Out Centre
In small groups, we take it up a notch and put a similar activity into their center, but this time they grab a handful of coins, sort them, then graph how many of each they have. From there, they will answer questions based on the results of their graph. For younger students, I recommend combining both of these mats in the center to help keep them organized. 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 RowSide One (Heads): "Everything I Am"/"Wake Me Up"/"Never My Love"/"Genevieve"/"No Pleasure Without Pain My Love"/"So Much Older Now" A great money activity for primary students as they build fine motor skills by working on putting together puzzle pieces. Laminate and cut apart the pieces of the puzzle. (I recommend making enough sets for the number of students you have in each small group.) Your students will practice matching the coin to its value. Individually or with a partner, your students will brainstorm an item or service to sell. Have them keep it simple, such as making bracelets, bookmarks, or keychains. Or maybe they can sharpen pencils or fill water bottles for classmates as a service.
Pennies - Set of 100 Plastic Coins LEARNING ADVANTAGE Play Pennies - Set of 100 Plastic Coins
Hidden Picture Coins– using the Color Code, students will color each square differently based on the coin within it to uncover the hidden picturePlastic Penny were a British 1960s pop band, formed in November 1967 before splitting up in August 1969. The group had one hit single early in 1968: the song "Everything I Am". Most of the members went on to greater fame with other bands or in session work. 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.