Money Games Bundle for Physical Education

$7.50

I’ve bundled 4 of my latest and greatest games that have not made their way to a future book just yet. They are fitness-based games that will teach and reinforce money concepts in a fun and energetic way.

Cold Hard Cash (2-8)
OBJECTIVE: The game of Cold Hard Cash is a cooperative challenge that provides a great way to introduce counting money, while integrating multiple fitness activities in the attempt to enhance persistence, teamwork, and comradery.

Risky Business (2-8)
OBJECTIVE: It’s sometimes “Risky Business” trying to make money in today’s society, but with some hard work and some potential low or high risk investments, you can really make it big! The game of Risky Business is a cooperative challenge that provides a great way to introduce money recognition and counting money, while integrating running and fitness in the attempt to enhance persistence, teamwork, and comradery.

What’s in Your Piggy Bank? (K-5)
OBJECTIVE:
What’s in Your Piggy Bank? is a great prerequisite to all of the money-based games in this book. The game was basically designed to reinforce fitness while introducing and/or reinforcing money recognition and money values.

What’s in Your Wallet? (3-8)
OBJECTIVE:
What’s in Your Wallet? will reinforce and provide multiple practice opportunities to deepen student comprehension of basic mathematical and money concepts. The combination of money and math fundamentals, fitness, and teamwork forces teammates to strategize and think while constantly exercising to solve 10 money word problems quicker than the opposing teams.

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I’ve bundled 4 of my latest and greatest games that have not made their way to a future book just yet. They are fitness-based games that will teach and reinforce money concepts in a fun and energetic way.

Cold Hard Cash (2-8)
OBJECTIVE: The game of Cold Hard Cash is a cooperative challenge that provides a great way to introduce counting money, while integrating multiple fitness activities in the attempt to enhance persistence, teamwork, and comradery.

Risky Business (2-8)
OBJECTIVE: It’s sometimes “Risky Business” trying to make money in today’s society, but with some hard work and some potential low or high risk investments, you can really make it big! The game of Risky Business is a cooperative challenge that provides a great way to introduce money recognition and counting money, while integrating running and fitness in the attempt to enhance persistence, teamwork, and comradery.

What’s in Your Piggy Bank? (K-5)
OBJECTIVE:
What’s in Your Piggy Bank? is a great prerequisite to all of the money-based games in this book. The game was basically designed to reinforce fitness while introducing and/or reinforcing money recognition and money values.

What’s in Your Wallet? (3-8)
OBJECTIVE:
What’s in Your Wallet? will reinforce and provide multiple practice opportunities to deepen student comprehension of basic mathematical and money concepts. The combination of money and math fundamentals, fitness, and teamwork forces teammates to strategize and think while constantly exercising to solve 10 money word problems quicker than the opposing teams.

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