Penny, Nickle, Dime and Quarter
We talked about each coin, what it's name was, discussed the differences in sizes and the value of each.
We placed a sticky on the table with the different number values of each coin. I put the stickies in order and showed how the coins matched the number value.
Then I mixed up the coins and had her match the coin on the sticky. After she did that right a few times, then I started to mix up the stickies. It was a fun game. After 15 to 20 minutes she had them right every time. Try it again in a few days until they are right each time you play.
If your child is able to read, you might write the names of each coin on a sticky too.
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