# Teacher Mama: FREE Printable Heads or Tails Coin Toss Tally Game {After School Linky}

FREE Printable Heads or Tails Coin Toss Tally Game Money was on our math agenda this past week. My students love simple games like Rock, Paper, Scissors and Even or Odds so I  knew this game would be a hit … Continue reading

# Teacher Mama: 7 Fun Activities for Learning about Coins {After School Linky}

7 Fun Activities for Learning about Coins  I have been all about coins lately and decided to put all our games in one handy post for those of you who are looking for ideas. There are games for identifying coins, … Continue reading

# Teacher Mama: Coin Exchange Games

Coin Exchange Games  A few more coin games for  you to try out with your students or kiddos.  These two games are great for getting students comfortable with trading pennies for nickels and nickels for dimes.  The games are pretty … Continue reading

Trade for a Quarter Game   Another game for trading coins. This one practices trading coins to make a quarter.  This game is best played for 10 minutes or so. Materials game board playing pieces one die pile of pennies, … Continue reading

# Teacher Mama: Counting Coins Game

Counting Coins Game I created this game years ago before all the great graphics and fonts were available. This weekend I recreated and updated this game. This is a great way to get students familiar with the different coins and … Continue reading

# Teacher Mama: Teaching about Coins with My Coin Chart

Teaching about Coins with “My Coin Chart” We have moved onto learning about coins in my first grade class- identifying which coin is which and what their values are are the first step. I created this coin chart for the … Continue reading

# Boy Mama: Teaching about Coins with the Coin Tower

Teaching about Coins with the Coin Tower One of the things it said on my son’s report card was to practice identifying coins and to learn their values.  I knew I could easily grab a few coins and do the … Continue reading

# Teacher Mama: Lego Structure Math

Lego Structure Math I love coming up with different ways to use the toys we already have in our house. We all know how to use Legos the “right” way, but have you ever tried using them to practice math … Continue reading