Magnetic Coins

Item: 156766

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Realistic Magnetic Money Strengthens U.S. Currency Identification And Counting Skills

These magnetic pieces look just like real money to help students learn to count coins.

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  WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Small parts. Not for children under 3 years of age.
Standards Spotlight:
Solve problems involving quarters, dimes, nickels, and pennies.
  • 144 magnets, 3/4" diameter to 1" diameter
  • 16 quarters, 24 dimes, 24 nickels, and 80 pennies

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4 Star
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Reviewed by 6 Customers
3 Stars

Good for small Group.

The coins are actual size, should have thought of that before buying. They are too small for using on front board with entire class, but can use them in small group. Magnets are not very strong and will not hold any paper . I do use them with my ELMO and kids think they are real coins.
By Elementary LS Teacher from , PA
5 Stars

nice product

easy to use but wish they were bigger
By First Grade from , MI
5 Stars

Coins for calendar time in Kindergarten!

I use the coins everyday at calendar time. I don't have them in the classroom for the kids to use daily so can't speak to the durability. I feel the graphics are great and I like that they have heads and tails represented.
By Jill from , MA
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4 Stars

money counts

on the calendar
By 1st grade teacher from omaha, NE
About Me: Educator
2 Stars


I bought these to use on my math review board. I had laminated a sheet of paper for the coins to stick to the paper through my magnetic white board. The coins fall and slide off of the paper. I truly did not think that laminating the paper would make a huge difference to the strength of the magnet. This is a great idea, I just wish that the magnets were stronger.
By Jules from Brandenburg, KY
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