3 years & up. Learn money and basic math skills as children practice coin identification, addition, subtraction and place value. Great for pretend play exercises and learning basic calculator skills. The automatic shutoff saves on batteries. Requires 3 C batteries, sold separately. Includes play money, coupon, and play credit card.
4 years & up. Classroom money kit makes learning math and pretend play even more fun. Paper bills include denominations of ones, fives, tens, twenties, fifties, and hundreds. Plastic coins include pennies, nickels, dimes, half dollars, and dollar coins. Over 400 pieces in all.
Grades 1 - 3. Students learn the importance of money recognition, adding, and making correct change through interactive play. Students can set prices, buy and sell items, and learn the value of money. Includes calculator, game pieces, 40 play bills, and 100 coins. For 2-4 players.
4 years & up. Everything you need to teach important money skills. Contains: tray with lid, 100 pennies, 100 nickels, 100 dimes, 100 quarters, 50 half-dollars, 50 dollars coins. 100 one dollar bills, 100 five dollar bills, 100 ten dollar bills, 100 twenty dollar bills, 50 fifty dollar bills and 50 one hundred dollar bills.
Grade K & up. Jumbo money tray, with see through lid, is filled with 100 plastic pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters; 50 half-dollars; 10 Sacagawea dollar coins; 100 each of $1, $5, $10 and $20; and 50 each of $50 and $100 play money bills. Includes 64-page Money Activity Book.
4 years & up. Work as a team to make and serve enough cups of lemonade to fill your money jar. Shake up the dice and roll for the match. A match adds money to your jar and a miss adds a sour lemon. Cooperate to win!
Grades 1 - 3. This huge assortment of bills and coins is perfect for helping students learn how to work with money, learn place value and decimals. Kit contains a money tray with a total of 94 coins with each coin having the following: 30 pennies, 20 nickels, 20 dimes, 20 quarters and 4 half-dollars. Each dollar bill (ones, fives, tens, twenties) has 100 pieces.
3 years & up. Set of extra-large dice measure 7/8" (2 cm). Three of the six cubes represent cents and dollars using monetary symbols while the remaing three feature amounts in word form. Use these dice to build addition and subtractions skills, make change, and more!