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Adding & Subtracting Coins Game
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Students will practice adding coins, making change, and recording their transactions in this engaging multi-player game.

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Students will practice adding coins, making change, and recording their transactions in this engaging multi-player game, geared toward students in grades 2 and 3. 

Recommendations for play:
Roll the die and move ahead that many spaces. Follow the instructions on the spot where you land. If you land on "Choose a card", follow the instructions on the card you choose. The game ends when one player reaches the finish line. The game can end sooner if one player runs out of money. The winner is the player who finishes with the most amount of money.

This 18 page Snack Shack Money Game includes both blackline and colour versions of the following:
• Instructions
• Snack Shack Menu with prices
• Snack Shack Menu without prices - allows for differentiation
• Snack Shack Game Board
• 36 Game Cards

Please Note: The Transaction Sheet printable is available in blackline only.

Classroom-tested and aligned with the BC (British Columbia) Math IRP for grade 2 and grade 3.

This product is licensed for personal classroom use.

Thanks for your interest!

Nicole Chatz,
Primary Teaching Resources

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I'm a fifth grade teacher from Vancouver, Canada. For the past 12 years, I've taught Preschool to Grade 5. I've also mentored in-service teachers in the Learning & Teaching with Technology graduate diploma program at Simon Fraser University. 

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