Monday, January 17, 2011

Fun with Money

I got education cubes for the kids for Christmas and today was the first day I've used it in school. I printed out the money printables from the membership page of the education cubes website.
I set up a store for Mj to shop in.

Mj rolled the cubes.

He rolled 75 cents (half dollar, 2 dimes, and nickel)

He bought the fish puzzle for 58 cents.
Then Mj had to find the change he would get back.
I definitely plan on using these cubes a lot. I already have math facts printed off and alphabet cards for Jadyn.


Mama Jenn said...

LOVE how you used your Eduction Cubes!!! Thanks so much for sharing!!!

Sue said...

Those cubes look like so much fun! Wish I would have had those when my little man was younger.

Blessings to you from the Hip Homeschool Hop,

Sue :)

Sherry said...

Well aren't those nifty? :)
(Stopping by from the Hip Homeschool Hop)

Anonymous said...

very cool idea,what curriculum do you use?

Meghan said...

SO excited you linked up this week with Hip Homeschool Moms!

I hope your homeschooling week is going great!


Sherry @ Lamp Unto My Feet said...

Love the Education cubes! Neat idea! :)

Tiff said...

I use BJU Press Curriculum and just supplement my own things with it.

Rhen @Yes, they are all mine said...

Oh, how fun! Those look like they would be a great way to make learning about money a lot more interesting.
Stopped by from HHH. :)

{LyndsD} said...

That looks like such a fun way to teach money, change, and what you "may have left over. Love it!

Stopping by from HHH

Jessica said...

Stopping by from the HHH! Love your use of the blocks! Thanks for sharing!

Sarah said...

Love those cubes. My daughter has been working on giving change back. This is a good idea.

Elle Belles Bows said...

I definitely want to try the cubes out soon too! Kerri

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