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Thursday, April 1, 2021

Counting Money Activities for 2nd or 3rd Grade

 Teachers are always looking for more ways to practice and review counting money Common Core skills. 

Here are some free activities and resources for your 2nd grade, 3rd grade, and special education math students.

Counting Money Activities for 2nd and 3rd grade cut and paste worksheet and counting money video



Students love playing games with task cards. You could have a scavenger hunt or play a game of SCOOT. You will also receive 20 activity ideas.

counting money activities games 2nd 3rd grade

"Thanks for making this, task cards are always a big hit in my classroom!" - Jerry L.

"Perfect warm up or practice problems for my students!" - Tess A.




free counting money cut and paste worksheets


Your students will have fun counting money with these free cut and paste math worksheets. Pair them with some manipulatives for hands-on learning.

These Educational Insights money manipulatives are from my Amazon Associate store. There are over 700 pieces. 
Amazon Associate play money pieces

3. These free life skills task cards are perfect for your students to practice real-life money word problems.

free money word problems task cards activities games

You will download six free sampler money word problems task cards for 4th grade, 5th grade and special education math students to practice solving real world money word problems with addition, subtraction and multiplication. 

4. With over 14 million views, this identify coins song video is worth a look.


5. This money song is a close runner-up with 10 million views.

You may also like these counting money resources and games from my Amazon Associate store.


Counting Money Resources Money games and activities for kids



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