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# Math "Coin War Card Game", a teacher-made resource that uses play to develop fundamental skills. Students identify, count and compare coins.

## Description

1-2-3-4 I declare a Piggy Bank war!
Count the coins in your piggy bank to see who has more!

Your elementary school student will love this fun and engaging way to learn about money. You'll love this ready-to-go math printable that will help your child with test prep, homework, or as a fun activity to enjoy together to combine playtime with brain-time!

As a Common Core State Standard, (and as an essential life skill) your child will have to learn to identify each coin and understand its value. Soon after, they will be quickly asked to add these various values together and to compare amounts of money.

This can be quite challenging and overwhelming.
We're talking about a whole new kind of math skill- but learning it can be fun, and I promise...it will!

Just like the classic "war" card game, two (or three, or four) players will simultaneously place their top card in the center, and the player with the highest card will collect them all. The objective is to end up with the entire deck of cards.

This time, your kids will have some extra exciting work to do! After laying their cards down, they will need to:
1. Identify the coins in their piggy bank
2. Recognize the amount of money represented by each coin
3. Count the total amount of money on their card
4. Determine if they have more or less money then their opponent

Each card displays a unique set of coins. With 76 piggy bank money cards, your child has countless opportunities to practice identifying and adding coins in various groupings.

As an added bonus challenge, some cards even include dollars and/or the Backside of coins!

Practice this fundamental math concept at home to prepare your child for success at school, with tests, and with the Common Core State Standards.

This digital download is ready to go! Simply print, cut, and play! Optional- laminate for extra durability. Teachers- use this as a small group (or partner) math center, or work with students 1-on-1 to assess their understanding.
Parents- use this resource as a fun way to get involved with the school curriculum, and make it a family game night!

Additional directions are included inside product.

Have fun, and happy learning!
XO,
Miss D,
1-2-3-4 I declare a Piggy Bank war!
Count the coins in your piggy bank to see who has more!

Your elementary school student will love this fun and engaging way to learn about money. You'll love this ready-to-go math printable that will help your child with test prep, homework, or as a fun activity to enjoy together to combine playtime with brain-time!

As a Common Core State Standard, (and as an essential life skill) your child will have to learn to identify each coin and understand its value. Soon after, they will be quickly asked to add these various values together and to compare amounts of money.

This can be quite challenging and overwhelming.
We're talking about a whole new kind of math skill- but learning it can be fun, and I promise...it will!

Just like the classic "war" card game, two (or three, or four) players will simultaneously place their top card in the center, and the player with the highest card will collect them all. The objective is to end up with the entire deck of cards.

This time, your kids will have some extra exciting work to do! After laying their cards down, they will need to:
1. Identify the coins in their piggy bank
2. Recognize the amount of money represented by each coin
3. Count the total amount of money on their card
4. Determine if they have more or less money then their opponent

Each card displays a unique set of coins. With 76 piggy bank money cards, your child has countless opportunities to practice identifying and adding coins in various groupings.

As an added bonus challenge, some cards even include dollars and/or the Backside of coins!

Practice this fundamental math concept at home to prepare your child for success at school, with tests, and with the Common Core State Standards.

This digital download is ready to go! Simply print, cut, and play! Optional- laminate for extra durability. Teachers- use this as a small group (or partner) math center, or work with students 1-on-1 to assess their understanding.
Parents- use this resource as a fun way to get involved with the school curriculum, and make it a family game night!

Additional directions are included inside product.

Have fun, and happy learning!
XO,
Miss D,

## Reviews

5 out of 5 stars
(13)
Reviewed by Ginger Oliphant
5 out of 5 stars
Feb 12, 2018
My grandson's love it (ages 4 & 5). I used clear contact paper over the printed sheets before I cut them all out. I also added the names of the picture on the back of each scoop to help them out if needed.
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# Math "Coin War Card Game", a teacher-made resource that uses play to develop fundamental skills. Students identify, count and compare coins.

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