Learning about coins can be so much fun for young children! Preschoolers, kindergarteners, and early elementary students are likely learning about coins at school, but you can easily reinforce that learning at home with these fun activities. Here are 20 Ways To Play And Learn With Coins.
Sorting Coins in Ice Cube Tray from The Linton Academy
Coin Sorting from What Do We Do All Day?
Coin Grab Graphing from Keen On Kindergarten
Bank On It Game from Oceans of First Grade Fun
Teaching Currency Using a Chore Chart from Childhood 101
Money Math for Preschool, Kindergarten, and First Grade from The Measured Mom
Rolling Coins With Toddlers and Preschoolers from Carrots Are Orange
Stack The Coins Game from School Time Snippets
Money Sorting Mat from Peterson's Pad
Coin Rubbing Game from Kid Play Box
Coin Board Game from The Measured Mom
Add Up The Money from Superheroes and Teacups
Money Activities for Preschoolers from Prekinders
Coin Counting Egg Hunt from Teaching With Nancy
Coin Sorting from Growing in Pre-K
Ways To Make 25 from Frugal Fun for Boys
A Chair For My Mother Activities from Crayon Freckles
This post is part of the Math Made Fun with Manipulatives series hosted by School Time Snippets on making math fun and easy with everyday manipulatives that you most likely already have in your house!
You May Also Be Interested InNumbered Nature Tray
Symmetry Squish Painting
Salt Painted Numbers
10 Ways To Play And Learn With Counting Bears
Like this post? Like Cutting Tiny Bites on Facebook or subscribe to receive a weekly-ish newsletter. Don't forget to share using the buttons below!