Money Resources The United States Mint has lesson plans for k-12 grades based on the new quarters match the coins gameactive put the coin puzzle together before the clock runs outactive Break the Piggy Bank by collecting coins for getting the right answers to questions about coins active interactive money game active select the correct coins,and or bills to pay for an objectactive - currency exchange You can generate your own Money worksheets - you determine the difficulty and then print them, you can also print an answer sheetactive Kids Bank ... a fun place for children to learn about money and banking. count the money - you can set the difficulty level (watch for other money games in the near future)active match the amount of money to the correct amount active Changemaker: Students practice making change to gain money for their piggy banks. Choose the level of difficulty, and each correct question will advance the student to more challenging questions active coin counting game active History of Money from Ancient Times to the Present Day

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