Sunday, February 16, 2014

Centers Sunday #5!! {FREE K-2 Centers}

Hello everyone! I hope y'all had a great weekend. I've been a little under the weather with a cold...hopefully it will be gone soon! I'm here to bring you some fabulous K-2 centers that are all about the MONEY! I figured it was appropriate since tomorrow is President's Day and all...and we have school! Boooo!! (Makeup day for our ice South Texas we don't get snow days, we get ice days!) :)

Alrighty, here ya go!


For this center, kinder kids practice identifying both sides of a penny, nickel, dime and quarter. Make sure you explain to them that they have two chances of spinning a penny, but they have to shade in the side of the penny they landed on (heads or tails). This will help them see that pennies are not only Lincoln's face but also the torch. You can pick that file up here.

First Grade:

For this center, students will need a number cube. They spin a coin, roll the cube and count out that many of the coin. So if they spin a penny and roll a 6, they count out 6 pennies and record on their sheet. To make it more challenging, you can give them a number cube with numbers 7-12 on it. You can pick that file up here.

Second Grade

For this center, students pick a card and count the amount of money on the card. Recording sheet included. You can pick the file up here

I hope y'all find these useful this week. I'm very busy working on a file for second grade teachers in Texas. I've had requests to make a 2nd Grade Social Studies notebook that is similar to my 2nd Grade science notebook for the Texas TEKS. It's coming along, but it is quite an endeavor! I'll make sure to post about it when it's all complete. 

Have a great week my friends!! :)


  1. Thank you so much for the money centers! We finished up our unit last week and I wanted to add money to my work stations as review. This is perfect!

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