This is a post by Free Homeschool Deals contributor, Lauren, of Mama's Learning Corner! When studying the value of coins, it's always fun to use the real thing! However, counting change worksheets can be a nice change of pace as well.
Activity Mom found this money activity to help kids understand coin value. I'm not sure who created it? If you know, give a shout out! Kids add up coins to reach one dollar in this math game, great for visual learners.
Teaching Kids Money Saving Tips: I personally like, "Talking about trade offs and compromises in spending choices is much more powerful than simply saying “no”", and "As a kid, my Mom gave me $1 if I balanced her checkbook. It motivated me to do math and think about keeping a positive bank account balance."
If your kids love playing shop, these FREE priced shopping items and task cards will motivate them to practice math while playing money games! There are drinks, fruits, vegetables and snack cards using whole dollars plus dollars and cents.
Teaching Kids About Money Management and Work Ethic - We've been using this for months now and it has worked wonderfully with our kids. They are learning the importance of giving, saving and just how to handle money. save money on babies,