Slide into Money Skills!
If your child loves to count your coins and pretend to play store, these winter U.S. money puzzles are exactly what you need. Using snowmen, skiers, winter wear and cozy blankets decorating the puzzles, help your child match up the totals to the form of money that equals them. Your little learners will find out all about money while practicing their fine motor skills too!
These printable activity sheets make for fun money-themed centres or math units. Practice money recognition with bundled up boys and girls, and count money with silly snowmen and winter sports players. There are tons of combinations, so your child won’t just learn one part of money skills, but many transferable math skills. And they can practice counting by 5s, 10s, 25s and get comfortable switching between them too!
What’s included in the Winter U.S. Money Puzzles pack:
- illustrations of U.S. money bills
- representations of U.S. money coins
- fun 2-piece puzzles
- colorful winter-themed graphics
- challenging problems to solve
- And more!
When you get a copy of these winter U.S. money puzzles, you get an activity pack with multiple uses. Try them as a fine motor skills activity with your preschooler or kindergartener, and help them develop their money recognition at the same time. Or use them as part of a money math skills unit with your first or second grader, to get extra practice and extend the lesson. And your third or fourth grader might like these as a fun way to get some extra practice with easy-yet-entertaining problems and rewarding solutions.
You could print and have your students cut and paste them onto a poster. Or laminate and reuse as part of a math skills centre. These Winter U.S. Money Puzzles make perfect busy bags for your young student and awesome fun activities for fast finishers with older kids. Keep all your eager students occupied and learning with puzzles, and you can’t go wrong.