Best Counting Money Games

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When the caller shows or calls out a value, players search their mats to find a combination of coins that add to the called value. Just like classic Bingo, players mark the spot on their card and wait to get a sequence. In this game, there are six fun ways to win by getting different sequences. This game can accommodate anywhere from three to as many as 36 players and is recommended for ages 5 and up.

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Children work on their matching skills, addition, recognition of money values and more in each mode of gameplay. Children can practice by themselves or compete with friends or family for a fun bonding experience. There are 52 cards and the coin values get as high as 75 cents. This card game is recommended for children 6 and older.

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The Learning Resources Money Bags game provides a great way for kids to learn how money functions. Players are required to have a set amount of money in various denominations, so they learn the value of each coin or bill and create equivalent value using different combinations of coins and bills. This is a great choice for children ages 7 and up.

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The Clumsy Thief game has won several awards for its ability to teach children math skills in creative and exciting ways. Every round is different because the cards are randomly dealt and constantly changing hands. Kids learn to count and add larger numbers quickly in order to win their stacks of money. This is a great educational game for children ages 8 and older.

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This game was designed with children, parents and teachers in mind. It’s both easy to learn and play: Color-coding helps younger children recognize the currency values and the gameplay helps kids ages 6 and up learn money values as they practice counting. Exact Change has won several awards including Dr. Toy’s Top 100, Creative Child Magazine’s Seal of Excellence and the National Parenting Center’s Seal of Approval.

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Numbers and pricing are fun to learn about, especially when play money is involved. The“Learning Resources Money Activity Set is a wonderful way to teach kids the true value of money in a realistic way. Children will quickly recognize the similarities between this game and going to the store, and it will help them learn whether or not they have enough allowance to purchase an item. This is a great game for children ages 5 and up.

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This shopping game is an ideal way for children to learn how to run their own imaginary businesses. The creative, interactive game teaches money recognition, counting, monetary values and how to execute simple equations using a calculator. It is a wonderful addition to any child’s game shelf. Ideal for children ages 6 and up.

Expert Commentary

“While the basics of finance are often not taught in traditional schools in the United States, these games offer a fun way for kids to learn about money at home. Beyond the names and types of currencies, your child will also learn basic arithmetic and the building blocks for prudent money management, which can serve them well into adulthood.”



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