4 pages. A fun way to review a penny, nickel, dime and quarter. Students choose a partner and race to achieve .29 cents first.

6 pages Learn some facts about the penny, nickel, dime and quarter with this cut and glue booklet. Includes the autographs of these famous Presidents that are featured on these coins.

5 pages Students cut and glue the matching coins to the cover and slit the flaps to reveal information underneath that they fill in. Information includes the name of the coin, the color, the value, what President is on the coin and how many tally marks i

14 pages. Skip Counting booklets by 2's, 3's, 5's, 10's. + counting booklets by 1's. A fun center activity for President's Day or your February studies of Washington, Lincoln, and coins.
6 pages. 2 writing "craftivities" perfect for President's Day or your money lessons. Look closely at the penny. Students write in the city they were born + the year. They also think of a quote or something they'd like to put on the top of their
3 pages. This is a great center activity for President's Day.

4 pages. A fun way for students to review the various facts about the penny, nickel, dime and quarter + a great way to whole-group assess.

4 pages. Reward your students after they pass their assessments by giving them a certificate. Jazz them up with a sticker or two. Since being able to point to a coin to identify it and being able to point to a coin and name it are two different standard

7 pages. These poster poems will help your students learn to identify coins. They make a nice bulletin board too.

2 pages. A great way to review the concept of small medium and large. Students will find it easier to identify coins if they can look at them as a whole group and identify similarities and differences. This activity will help them do that.

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