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Grocery Store Money Game
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Make adding coins to $1 fun with this Grocery Store Money Game! In this 58 page packet, the parent or teacher holds up a food card and calls out the name of the grocery item and its price. Each child builds that amount using plastic coins. The first to correctly build the amount, "wins" the card. Includes bonus food group puzzle craft!

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Students will practice adding coin amounts to $1. Students can use Canadian or American coins. 

How To Play:
Hold up a food card and call out the name of the grocery item and its price. Each child builds that amount using plastic coins. The first to correctly build the amount, "wins" the card.

This 58 page Grocery Store Money Game includes:

• 47 food cards separated into food groups, with amounts up to $1 - no pennies

• 49 card templates, with amounts up to $1 - pennies included, no food items
Children will paste on their own food item cut from a grocery story flyer.

• Blackline template for students to create their own cards

• Food Group Puzzle Craft

Classroom-tested and aligned with the BC (British Columbia) Health & Career and Math IRPs for grade 2.

This product is licensed for personal classroom or home use.


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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