Misc. Works‎ > ‎

State Quarter Bingo

posted Nov 3, 2010, 4:05 PM by K Day   [ updated Nov 4, 2010, 1:00 PM ]
Today we worked with money. This included sorting coins (quarters, dimes, nickels, pennies), counting (lots of counting...), and identifying different types of money (US, Canadian, Brazilian, etc). 

While we were sorting Taka noticed that there were differences in the coins. He found wheat pennies, commemorative nickels and various state quarters. We thought it would be cool to see if he could find quarters from every state. In order to make it more of a game I threw together this little "Bingo" chart. 

Each square has the state name, capital and flag. We printed it out, laminated it and have been using glue dots to adhere the quarters to the appropriate square. He really enjoys using the glue dots and finding new coins to match the squares on the chart. When he's done he'll have "Bingo" and will "Win" the game. 

If you'd like to try it, print it off and away you go. Lamination and glue dots are optional :) 

You can find the document HERE or in the attachment below. 

Cheers!

Ċ
K Day,
Nov 3, 2010, 5:01 PM
Comments