Girl Scout Daisy Activities to Earn the "Money Counts" Badge

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Through these activities, girls examine U.S. coins, including coin design, value, and color. They differentiate among the coins, learn the obverse and reverse of coins, and play a bingo game reviewing the coins' features. They examine paper money, learning about different denominations and which famous American's portrait is on which bill. They play a game where they associate the price of a fun good or service with the appropriate payment. Also appropriate for grades K-2.

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Audience:   Elementary School, Consumers
Language:   English
Subjects:   Personal Finance, Economics, Mathematics
Resource Types:   Lessons, Activity, Resources for Parents, Girl Scouts/Boy Scouts Resources
Concepts:   Money, Scarcity, Spending
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