Most of the videos I choose are songs so that I can get kids up and out of their seats moving around. My students are loving these as quick movement breaks and because the weather has been so cold and icy, it has been a great way to get kids some of the extra movement they have been missing due to indoor recess. These videos are ones I use in grades 1-3 with a few being ones I show to Kindergarten even though we don't spend a ton of time on money at that level.
Show Me The Money
This video has a little bit of everything from coin recognition to coin value and combinations of coins that make others. This is a fairly new video and includes pictures of the new versions of coins. It is by one of my longtime favorite educational song writers, Jack Hartmann.
The Coin Song
This video reviews the name and values of the coins and also gets into how many of each coin it takes to make the other coins and the dollar. It is also a great review of counting by 5's and 10's.
Coin Value Song- Pennies, Nickles, Dimes, Quarters
This song is easy for kids to sing along with and is a great way to practice the coin names and values
The Coin song- A U.S. Coin Song for Children
This one is short and sweet. It is just over 30 second long. I like to play it as a race to clean up and transition to the next activity. When my student hear this come on, they see if they can be picked up and back in their seats ready to go before it stops.
This is a song all about quarters. Always the last that my kids learn to count.
The Money Song
Many thanks to The Math Spot for sharing this one with me!
Hey Honey Bunny! I know my Money
Thanks to a blog reader for sharing this one!
This one has lots of details!
Do you have any favorite videos or songs for practicing coin values, coin names, or counting coins?
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