Sweet treat for you!

By on February 16, 2012 in Uncategorized with 10 Comments

Our amazing kindergarteners have been practicing counting money.  While this isn’t a standard, we’re long through the kindergarten standards and always choose to teach them at a higher level to see where they can take it.  I was looking for some Valentine’s Day ideas and found these springy clip art pictures (thank you Pixel Paper Prints!) in my file.  I put together 4 cute purchasing sheets where students can practice counting a collection of coins.  It doesn’t look like they’ll get to it this round of money practice so hopefully some of you will enjoy it!  And if you do, let me know what you and your kiddos thought!

Click on the picture to download the file.

Update!  I accidentally uploaded the file that only had the first page.  My apologies!  The link now works!

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About the Author: Tessa Maguire has blogged for over 3 years. She began blogging about her experiences outside the classroom in instructional coaching and intervention positions. She now shares ideas from both within and outside of her 3rd grade class. .

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  1. Mrs. Johnson says:

    Thanks for the freebie! I'm your newest follower. Come check out my blog Johnson's Jungle if you get a chance!
    April

  2. Mrs. Poland says:

    This is adorable!

    Mrs. Poland @
    thinkwonderteach.blogspot.com

  3. Kelly says:

    This is super cute! Thanks for sharing. :)

    Kelly

  4. Lisa Howard says:

    cute – I just printed a copy!

    – Lisa
    a teachers bag of tricks

  5. Is this supposed to be just one page or 5 pages? I am only getting one page when I click on the link. Very cute practice :)

    • Tessa says:

      Oh. My. Goodness. Why did I have such a hard time uploading the correct file?? It is now correct. I'm so sorry about that and thanks for letting me know. Also, it's 4 not 5, I had combined the one and 4 instead of remembering the one was within the 4- if that rambling makes sense.

  6. Sarah says:

    These are too adorable! Thanks for sharing and I am a new follower!:)

    Sarah
    funintitlemath.blogspot.com

  7. Jennifer says:

    I love this and I had already pinned it to Simply Centers! Very excited to see you want to join! Info is coming if not there yet! =)

    Empowering Little Learners

    Simply Centers

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