TEACHING INTERACTIVE LEARNING MONEY LESSONS GAME

Kids - Special Education - Children - Preschool - Kindergarten - First Second Third Grade

# INTERACTIVE EXERCISE

Teach counting money with dollars and bills.  These interactive learning exercises are designed to help your students learn and practice their money counting skills.  Create your

own lesson difficulty level based on your students' skill level and ability to count money. Use these interactive lessons with our money worksheets and lesson plans to teach counting money skills.

Directions:  Choose the skill level below.  Either choose a pre-set skill level, or set your own configuration below.  Then push the button to open the lesson in a new browser window.  If your browser is internet explorer, you may press function key F-11 to set to full screen mode.  If you do not see the interactive lessons once you push the button, see the prior screen about installing the necessary internet software.

Our interactive money lessons are also available for your students to directly use on our student site, Learning Money Skills. See our Interactive Learning Money Exercises page for more information.

LEVEL 1 (EASY)

Counting Dollars

Count money with dollar bills.

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LEVEL 2

Counting  Dollars and Fives

Count dollar bills and fives.

Only 2-3 bills.

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LEVEL 3

Counting all bills

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SELECT YOUR OWN OPTIONS

Select your own options for this interactive counting money learning exercise.  Focus on

counting fewer bill types, such as just ones and fives, or change the

number of bills to make it easier or more difficult.  Also, you

may turn off the money hint, so students must calculate the bill total.

 Maximum number of bills  1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Show money amount chosen (hint)?  This shows the amount of money the student has choosen.  Remove the check mark to make this lesson more difficult. Bills to show  Dollars Only Dollars and Fives Dollars, Fives, Tens Dollars, Fives, Tens, Twenties   Note - Requires FULL Membership

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