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Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing
Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing
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Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing
Kids identify US coins in this interactive money math game.
1st grade
Math
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Money Math: Piggy Bank
Money Math: Piggy Bank
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Money Math: Piggy Bank
Kids practice counting up coins and adding money to this virtual piggy bank.
2nd grade
Math
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Money Math: Shopping with Penelope
Money Math: Shopping with Penelope
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Money Math: Shopping with Penelope
Kids identify and add up coins in this money manipulatives game.
2nd grade
Math
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Ordering Coins By Value
Ordering Coins By Value
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Ordering Coins By Value
Kids must order coins according to their values in this interactive money math game.
1st grade
Math
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Money Games

Penny for your your thoughts? In these interactive math money games, your child will learn practical skills in identifying coin values, counting currency, adding and subtracting, and decimal division. Money management and exchange is one of the most common times we use math in daily life, so help build this valuable skill early with these exciting money math games!

Money Math Games for Real Life Fun

Many students--and even adults--are skeptical of math's practical use outside of school, but we actually use math skills every day as we manage money. Whether it's keeping track of our savings and the money we have to spend, budgeting for shopping trips at different stores, or figuring out how much our purchases will cost, money math skills are essential in our day-to-day lives. In our wide selection of entertaining money math games, students can start with the basics as they are introduced to the penny, nickel, dime, and quarter, and learn to identify them by size and value. Once they get familiar with all of the coins, they can begin combining this with their other math skills as they practice counting up currency saved in their piggy bank. Bring addition and subtraction to life next by using coins as visual aids, which helps students to visualize the problem as well as see the real life application of the skill. More advanced students can practice using money to make purchases and even dive into decimal division as they combine their division and place value knowledge.