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TEACHING INTERACTIVE LEARNING MONEY IDENTIFICATION LESSONS GAME

Kids - Special Education - Children - Preschool - Kindergarten - First Second Third Grade

 

IDENTIFYING MONEY

PRACTICE WITH COINS

INTERACTIVE EXERCISE

 

Teach money identification with coins.  These interactive learning exercises are designed to help your students learn and practice identifying coins.  Create your own lesson level based on your students' skill level and ability to identify money. Use these interactive lessons with our money worksheets and lesson plans to teach money identification skills.

 

Directions:  Choose the interactive lesson.  Either choose a full lesson, or set your own configuration below.  Then push the button to open the lesson in a new browser window.  If your browser is internet explorer, you may press function key F-11 to set to full screen mode.  If you do not see the interactive lessons once you push the button, see the prior screen about installing the necessary internet software.

 

Our interactive money lessons are also available for your students to directly use on our student site, Learning Money Skills. See our Interactive Learning Money Exercises page for more information.

 

Please select your lesson type:

FULL LESSON

Identify Money.

Identify all coins. Begins with pennies.

Then nickels, dimes, and quarters.

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SELECT YOUR OWN OPTIONS

Select your own options for this interactive identifying

money learning exercise.  Focus on

specific coins, such as just dimes or quarters.

 

 

Lesson Type 

 

A normal lesson will begin with the coin type you select below.

 

A single coin lesson will only use the coin type you select below.

 

A random coin lesson will begin with, and cointinue with random coins (and making a choice below has no effect).

 

Coin to start or single coin to use 

 

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