Money Activities for Second Grade
This post contains affiliate links to products I recommend. Read my full disclosure statement. Learning to add money, make change, and compare money amounts are skills that are coming up in our money unit. I've been working on putting together lots of fun games and engaging opportunities to practice. Here are some money activities for second grade
Activities to Practice Counting Coins
Activities to Practice Counting Coins 4 comments Freebies, math, math games, Money Money is one of my favorite math topics. Maybe it's because it lends itself so easily to hands-on learning. In second grade, most of the money activities we do are centered around counting combinations of coins. Rather than spend a few weeks covering this skill and then moving on, I make a point of revisiting it as often as I possibly can throughout the school year. Here are a few of my go to activities. Be…
Counting Coins Activities · Inspired Elementary
Counting money is such a fun skill to practice. I love all the great ideas out there on Pinterest and I’m always amazed at how excited students get when real money is involved. Here are a few ideas that can easily be mixed into your math centers for some counting money fun. I love the […]
Money Song and Bookmarks - Free
Money Song: Poster for the "Money Melody" which is sure to be a hit in your classroom. Includes colored and black and white copy. Coin Value Reminder Bookmarks: If your students are still working on memorizing the values of coins but are ready to work independently on money centers and games, prin...
Money Worksheets Kindergarten
This introductory money packet is great for early learners! The money covered in this packet includes the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and one dollar bill. All printables require NO PREP and can be used for independent work, morning work, homework, and math centers!PLEASE NOTE: Some of the pages ...
Money Worksheets 1st Grade
This introductory money packet is great for your early learners. The money covered in this packet includes the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and one dollar bill. All printables require NO PREP and can be used for independent work, morning work, homework, and math centers!* PLEASE NOTE: Some of the...
Kaboom is my students' favorite way to practice adding sums of money as well as comparing money values! This video will walk you through exactly how to prepare this money game for your students! It's perfect for first grade, second grade, and maybe even kindergarten if altered a bit to just focus on coin recognition! #teachingmoney #1stgrade #2ndgrade