Money, money, money! If there is one thing I have learned as a homeschool mom, using MONEY to teach math is an almost surefire way to pique kids’ interest in math. This week, our resources are fun math enrichment activities involving money. Check these out!
Ages 5-9: Grocery Store Task Cards.
Use these to practice adding and subtracting money, and answering the age-old question: “Do I have enough money for this?”
Ages 9-12: US Mint Games for Kids
Learn more about coins, how money is made, and counting money with these free educational games.
Ages 13+: Teen Budgeting Game
Have your teens plan a budget for their imaginary first year on their own!
If you are looking for other fun ways to build your kids’ math brain, check out our “Lego for Homeschool” post!