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From: JP <hcf3150@aol.com>
To: Teacher2Teacher Public Discussion
Date: 2004012501:04:23
Subject: Re: teaching kinder math - money coins, any good plans?

I made a simple coin game, display the coins and then make a spinner
with a penny, nickle, dime and a quarter.  graph the coins and see
which one comes out the most.  Which came out the most, least,or an
equal amount.  It helps with graphing, coin recognition, more less,
and equal.  My students enjoy it

good luck


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