When I went to the NAFCC Institute I came home with one purchase. There were lots of fun toys to check out, but most of them were not cash and carry. When I came upon this booth, I was interested in learning more about Kids Cash Play Money.
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Kids Cash Play Money
Kids Cash is play money you can use to teach colors, shapes, and numbers. It’s made of durable AND washable plastic. In the past, I’ve laminated my play money to make it last longer. It works but I like that the Kids Cash set is multi-purpose. If you’re teaching Early Childhood, you are always looking for versatile quality items.
I am not an affiliate or making money off it in any way, just wanted to share a great resource! Find ordering information here: http://www.sclfcca.com
We use ours in our Learning Resources cash register. It fits perfectly. It also fits in the Lakeshore Learning register.
Games to Play with Kids Cash
- Sort by color
- Sort by shape
- Sort by number
- Pick a card. Press the corresponding numbers on the register.
- Free play/dramatic play in the register, with purses or the shopping area.
- Draw a card. Write the number or shape.
- Put cards in order by number.
- Choose a card. Count out that number of manipulatives.
- Choose a card. Find the matching card.
- and whatever you can think of!
My group really likes Kids Cash Play Money. It doesn’t look real but they know what it is. It represents money. They like the colors and quickly figured out which ones are $50 or $100!
More Ways to Learn About Money
- Coin Sorting: A Montessori-Inspired Sensorial Activity
- One to One Correspondence with Coins
- Money Sorting Mat
- Produce Stand Dramatic Play
- Ace Pet Vet Plus Dramatic Play