Money Mini Book

Monday, August 31, 2015

Money Mini Book

Help kids learn what the us money looks like and is worth with this fun-to-make and handy Money Mini Book. It covers the penny, nickel, dime, quarter, half dollar, and dollar with a visual of how many you need to make 100. This is great for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade kids.
`FREE Money Mini Book - a free printable money for kids to help teaching kids in Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st grade, and 2nd grade learn about money. This money for kids printable will help learning about money for kids.

For some kids money just clicks. For others, it is hard for them to remember what each coin is called and what it is worth.

To help my 1st grader learn what each of the coins was worth and how much of each coin she needed to make a dollar I made this handy Money Mini Book. It is great for kids to reference as they are learning about money.

Teach Kids About Money

Kids will love making their very own money mini book. The more then read it, the more will sink in.

fun reference guide for teaching kids about money

Print either the color or black and white page.

Follow the simple instructions to make the mini book without tape or glue, just cut and fold.

Download Money Mini Book

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  1. This is great! Could it be laminated or would that not work because of the folding?

  2. This is FABULOUS!!!!!! Thank you for sharing! :D

  3. The folding technique is brilliant! Thank you so very much. That makes me as happy as the content of the book.

  4. Sad to see that you charge teachers. I would love to home school but I am the working parent in my home. So it is impossible.

    1. It is free for parents =) Parents (whether you homeschool or no) teach something once. Teachers teach the same concepts year after year in school. That is why we make them free for parents.... something most sites charge everyone!

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    1. Directions on how to fold this are included in the download on the 1st page =)

  6. The folding boggled me for a moment. I thought you meant to remove the sliver of paper the was cut off. As I'm sitting here wondering why you would say that, it finally hit me that you meant to pull out at the center line. This little book is awesome! Thanks!

  7. Thanks for this, I'm teaching my son about money now but he's one of the ones that has a hard time remembering the coins. I'm sure this will help alot.