How Much Are Those Mittens In The Window?
Do you do activities with mittens? Are you studying money with your little ones?
I just combined the 2 themes to make the easy reader booklet: Mitten Money.
It reviews the penny, nickel, dime and quarter coins as well as all of the 2-D shapes including the newer pentagon, hexagon and octagon, that many now have as new standards.
Students read the simple repetitive sentences, that include Word Wall and Dolch words. They trace and write the shape words, and amount of money, and then trace the shape and draw it on the mittens.
Students also find the appropriate coins for the amount listed and then cut and glue the matching numbered picture to the square. I’ve printed 2 pages on one, for easy printing.
Click on the link to view/download the Mitten Money Easy Reader.
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