Welcome to The Dollar Diner! This activity pack includes 4 hands-on 2nd grade money activities to help reinforce and review money concepts, such as counting coins and making change. **NOW DISTANCE LEARNING COMPATIBLE**
These math review money activities are low prep and designed to meet 2nd grade standards, but can easily be adapted for 1st or 3rd grade. Can be used in small groups, whole group, or individually as centers!
*NOTE: This resource is part of a bundle. If you would rather purchase the bundle for 20% off, simply click here: Math Review Activity Bundle*
- Mystery Menu – recognizing and adding coins
- Build Your Own Pizza – adding up coins and making change
- Tip Jar War – adding up coins and/or bills
- To-Go Box Mix-Up – answering word problems about money
**DIGITAL VERSION NOW INCLUDED!**
While this resource is BEST used as a hands-on, in person experience, with the current COVID-19 pandemic, using this resource as it is intended may not be an option. In light of this, I have created a digital version of these money activities that can be assigned to students via Google Classroom.
The digital version includes all the same activities in an interactive, Google slides format. In addition to these activities, the digital experience includes:
- A detailed teacher guide explaining the activities and how to customize them for your students
- Audio available for students who need to have instructions read to them
- Answer key for digital version
The links to the digital files are included in the PDF download upon purchase.
Standards addressed in this resource:
- CCSS: 2.MD.C.8
- TEKS: MA.2.5.A, MA.2.5.B
All math review units include thorough instructions for set up and answer keys when applicable. If you’re feeling creative, math reviews make GREAT room transformations! Please share any pictures with me via Instagram (@theaverageteacher).
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