Peter Pig's Money Counter - Practical Money Skills Canada.
Peter Pig's Money Counter: With the help of wise Peter Pig, kids practice sorting and counting coins to earn money for their “banks”—all the while learning fun facts about U.S. currency. They learn to recognize and sort coins based on value, adding up multiple coins and more. The game was developed by Visa Inc. for elementary school aged kids 4-7.
This is the best math grade for 6 and 7 year olds out there. Many different math skills to practice. I do wish some of the graphics were bigger, especially the ballooons in the doubling game. Also the money is Canadian money so I have my kids skip it.
Math Mammoth Canadian Money is a worktext that covers Canadian money-related topics usually encountered during grades 1-3. The book contains both textbook explanations and exercises, and is designed to be easy to teach from, requiring very little teacher preparation (you do need to find some coins to practice with for the lessons). The book starts with first-grade topics, such as counting.
The Videos, Games, Quizzes and Worksheets make excellent materials for math teachers, math educators and parents. Math workbook 1 is a content-rich downloadable zip file with 100 Math printable exercises and 100 pages of answer sheets attached to each exercise. This product is suitable for Preschool, kindergarten and Grade 1.The product is available for instant download after purchase.
This page features basic level activities best suited for students in 1st and 2nd grade. (example: 1 nickel and 3 pennies) Counting Mixed Coins (Intermediate) Here are some more advanced worksheets on counting mixed coins (and bills). These were designed for students in 2nd through 4th grades. Counting Coins and Bills (Advanced) This page has worksheets split up into 3 groups: counting money.
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The names and values of Canadian bank notes and coins are learned by singing songs, and ways to earn money are explored. Through interactive class discussions, Alberta Grade 1 students explore the importance of saving money, making good choices related to money and using money to help others.