Big Money Magnetic Coins And Bills Set

Item: 155490

$ 34.99
Item #:  155490
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Oversized Plastic, Magnetic Money Helps Students Make Sense Of Dollars And Cents


These extra-large magnetic coins and bills are perfect for classroom lessons. Textured plastic coins are 2½ times the actual size and molded in realistic colors. Full-color bills are 1½ times the actual size and display full-color, up-to-date images. Includes 10 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes, five quarters, two half-dollars, five $1 bills, two $5 bills, two $10 bills, two $20 bills, one $50 bill, one $100 bill, and an activity guide.

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Solve word problems involving dollar bills, quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
Brand:
Educational Insights
Grade Level:
Grades: K and up
Details:
  • 50 pieces, 1¾" to 9¾" W; 1¾" to 4¼" H each

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4 Star
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4 Stars

Great!

The money was just a little too big. I wanted to use it for a magnetic game that I already have and I lost all of the magnetic pieces. Besides that, its a good products and the students can see it from afar. It is very durable and a good quality product. The students really like using it in their money center.
2/13/2016
By Lynda C. from , KY
4 Stars

Great Product

I use this product everyday during calendar time. My students like that they are large enough to manipulate. The only drawback is that the magnets on the bills and larger coins are not strong enough, they slide down the magnetic whiteboard.
2/25/2014
By from , PA
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