These counting coins clip cards will give your students practice with money skills.
This is another free resource for teachers from The Curriculum Corner.
Use these money clip cards for an engaging math center.
To create your counting coins center:
- Print your centers on card stock.
- We like to laminate the cards for durability.
- Cut apart and place at a center with clothespins.
Why We Like This Activity:
These money clip cards are an easy to make center that engages students. These cards also allows students to self-check their answers. Simply put a dot on the back of the correct answer. These are meant to help students review, not to teach the skill.
Inside the Counting Coins Clip Cards Download
This is a set of 44 cards that gives students practice with adding coins up to $1.00.
The cards start very basic with just knowing the amounts of the individual coins and then gradually get more difficult.
Just print and cut out the cards. Then mark the correct answers on the backs of the cards with a mark or a sticker.
Finally, laminate and place at a center with clothespins or another type of clip.
To practice, students count the money, place the clip on the answer they believe is correct and then turn the card over to check their answers.
As an added form of practice, you could also require students to draw the coins on paper from, label them and then show their thinking/addition as they count up. (This also provides an added level of accountability for students.)
You can download this collection of counting coins clip cards here:
You might also be interested in our Money Booklet. This booklet can offer independent practice and review as you work with small groups.
If you need additional activities, take a look at this collection: Counting Coins.