Tuesday, October 25, 2011

Trick or Treat Freebie #2

I don't know if you're like me but teaching money is always difficult. Usually, we teach it after Christmas but we have a new math series. We had five days to teach money. Well, my colleagues and I decided we needed a bit more time so we are doing it for a few more days. My kiddos need a little bit more practice so I made a fun money game that you can use at Halloween or, really, any time of the year. Hope you enjoy it!






Click here to download the freebie.
 If you've already downloaded it,  please download it again. There was a typo for the 45 cents card. Thanks!

Head over to Me and My Gang for more Halloween freebies.


6 comments:

  1. Wow, money already? We are about to start subtraction with regrouping (say a prayer!!).

    I snagged this and will file it away for the spring.

    Thanks so much for your generosity!

    Live Laugh and Love to Learn

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  2. thanks! we've been practicing money all year and we're gonna keep on truckin' throughout the year! It's one of THE hardest concepts...well, along with time!
    Also, I have to tell you, I have your adjective alphabet, and today we (well, I told my intern to use it) busted it out to review her adjective lesson from the day before (I think even she needed to re-learn what adjectives were) and wow - it was so useful!! And we're going to be doing adjectives for the next few weeks - so THANK you! Not only did you help my 15 little kiddos, but you also helped out a soon-to-be teacher!

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  3. This is so cute! Thanks for sharing .

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  4. Courtney this is adorable! Hey...also ...check the 45 cent card. Thanks again! You make Awesome stuff!

    Hilary
    www.RockinTeacherMaterials.com

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  5. Thanks Hilary! I didn't even notice that typo. I uploaded the new version with the correction so you should be able to get it now.

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  6. Hilary,

    I was just getting ready to make a game similar to this...now I don't have to! Thank you for sharing.

    Katie
    ReadingResource.net
    TwoCanDoIt.Blogspot.com

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