Coin Counting File Folder Game

Do your kids know how to count coins?  Today’s printable will help them practice this skill!  Use the printable coin cards either to make a file folder game or as a memory game. It is currently FREE to download. :)

Younger kids in your family can use real coins and match them to the coin cards. (Be sure to supervise any children who might put coins in their mouths.)

I suggest you print the coin cards and amount cards out on cardstock for durability.

There are 12 pages in this file, 6 coin cards and 6 amount cards.  The Coin Counting pdf is currently free to download! Enjoy!! ~Liesl

Coin Counting File Folder Game

Coin-Counting-File-Folder-Game-CardsPlace Value Activities: You might also be interested in our Place Value video post which shows some of the place value activities we did. We did a lot of hands-on math activities when the kids were younger. The printables are included with the Pirate Pack (see below) :

PlaceValue

Be sure to check out our other packets over at homeschoolden.com. These are fun for 4-7 year olds!

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Simple Machines Packet

Rocks and Mineral Packet – There are pages I made specifically for my youngest… I think the kids were 4, 6 and 8 when I made this packet. It’s free here on the blog.

 Rocks-and-Minerals-Unit-PacketPet Pack: Addition and Subtraction Worksheets and Game

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Place Value Printable and Pirate Addition Pack

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Happy Homeschooling! ~Liesl

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