Money and Skip Counting

Classroom Resources from KET

Money

Money Math

Money Math. Use these fun math activities to introduce your children to different coins, in this activity from Arthur.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: PreK-2.

Financial Literacy for Students: Grades K-2

Financial Literacy for Students: Grades K-2. Familiarize early elementary students with basic financial concepts. Students will learn about the meaning of money, counting bills and coins, and writing out dollar amounts with decimals.

Discovery Education.

Grades: K-2.

Learning About Money

Learning About Money. With the help of two friends, students learn that money has value and comes in many denominations (from a penny to a $100 bill). Students will go inside one of our country's mints to discover how coins are made. Lastly, they will learn that every country has its own unique money and see some of the currencies used in different countries today.


Discovery Education.

Grades: K-2.

Bank & Money Field Trip

Bank & Money Field Trip. Penny and the KidVision VPK Kids visit SunTrust Bank and explore a real money collection. They learn how to identify money, how to count money, how much money is worth, and how to manage a bank account. Join them and help to count all the money!


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: K-3.

Reading Rainbow: Lemonade for Sale

Reading Rainbow: Lemonade for Sale. Discover the places and faces waiting inside books. Host LeVar Burton shares stories of business and entrepreneurship, including Lemonade for Sale by Stuart J. Murphy. The program visits the New York Stock Exchange and profiles two businesses, one for-profit, and the other nonprofit.


Discovery Education.

Grades: K-5.

How Our Economy Works: All about Earning and Spending Money

How Our Economy Works: All about Earning and Spending Money. People work to earn money to satisfy their basic needs and wants. Help students understand the two, as well as the difference between goods and services. Explore a variety of jobs, including production and service workers, and introduce students to banks and the concept of saving money.


Discovery Education.

Grades: K-5.

Money Content Collection

Money Content Collection. Discover the important roles of money. Includes video, songs, articles, lesson ideas, etc.


Discovery Education.

Grades: K-5.

Number Sense and Computation: Money Counts

Number Sense and Computation: Money Counts. Using this resource group, teachers can focus on the topic of computation by counting and comparing amounts of money less than or equal to a dollar. Students explore problem-solving strategies to move coins from one group to another so that both groups are equal in value.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: 1-2.

Math and Money | Cyberchase Games

Math and Money | Cyberchase Games. Earn and save money in cyberspace to buy parts to help fix Motherboard in this Cyberchase game.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: 2-3.

Skip Counting

Muffin Is Missing | Everyday Learning

Muffin Is Missing | Everyday Learning. This animation takes children on a hunt through the backyard to find Muffin, a missing cat. Students will need to use their knowledge about counting by ones and twos, sorting by color, and patterns to reunite Muffin with her owner in time for dinner.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: PreK-1.

The Skip Counting Song

The Skip Counting Song. Practice counting by 10s, 5s, and 2s.


Discovery Education.

Grades: K-5.

Skip Counting 5, 10, and 100 | The Electric Company Math Activities

Skip Counting 5, 10, and 100 | The Electric Company Math Activities. In this activity, students will review counting by fives, tens, and hundreds and discuss how 100 is a bundle of ten tens. Included are simple teacher-led activities and hands-on exercises for students.


PBS LearningMedia.

Grades: 1-3.

Background Image: Roman Coins. Credit: Discovery Education.