Treyton has been learning about money in school.
Once we reached dimes he began to struggle with remembering coin value. To help him remember one day I made a “store” I gave him $0.50 and had him give me the right number of coins for the items he wanted.
He LOVED this!!
Since then, I have set up a chore chart with 4 daily chores and then a list of 10 optional (paid) chores per day with a $0.50 payout limit.
This has been helping out.
Meanwhile, I went searching for some helpful printables online.
Teach Mama had a timely post about Coin Counting and Skip Counting. In her post she linked to one of her previous posts which include a download for songs/poems about money. I really enjoyed some of these printables with Treyton.
Susana over at My family My Forever shared her find over at the Teacher’s Corner on a money worksheet generator that she uses for her son, Joe. Treyton is quite there yet, but I know this will come in handy sooner than later.
I also stumbled across this money worksheet generator as well.
Prekinders offers some fun ideas on their money page.