4 years & up. The Complete Money Kit is everything you need to teach important money and math skills. Use this kit in a fun classroom math lesson or add it to any dramatic play center for realistic cashier interactions. For additional learning, assign dollar amounts, and have children count out the amount to you. This kit contains a tray with a 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… More »
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.
8 years & up. This Magic Penny kit will teach kids about math and science while still having fun! Balance coins on the rim of a teacup, or even make a penny spin a thousand times in one minute! This set teaches children the concepts of geometry, engineering, technology and physics. Includes 2 strong magnets, 32 newly-minted British pennies, a US penny and an activity book. Magnets are encased in stainless steel. Helps with STEM skill development in math and science, early logic development,… More »
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.
5 years & up. Use this oversized magnetic money set to teach students the concept of money. Children can learn to identify coins and bills, make change and count money with this easy to understand tool. These lightweight oversized coins and bills stick to magnetic surfaces and make classroom demonstrations easy. Set includes 10 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, 6 quarters, 5 one-dollar bills, 2 five-dollar bills, 1 ten-dollar bill, 1 twenty-dollar bill and a teacher activity guide. Coins measure… More »