Money, money, money! Looking for a new counting money game to reinforce coin counting skills? Look no further than the Money Math Toothy Game! In this fun math game, students will practice counting money in different amounts and arrangements. They’ll be tallying up their piggy bank totals in no time with the help of Toothy!
The freebie includes the Money Math Toothy Game. With 54 self-checking cards and 4 different recording sheets, this set has everything you need for Toothy. Grab your free Money Math Toothy below, then keep reading to learn how to set up and use this fun activity in the classroom.
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What is Toothy?
Toothy is a game changer in the classroom! Toothy is an original Lucky Little Learners game. Play it independently, with a partner, or in a small group. “Toothy” is the actual character in the game. The Toothy character has a big, open mouth in which the students draw teeth every time they answer a question correctly.
How to Set Up Toothy
New to Toothy? Read all about how to set up the Toothy Task Kit at this helpful blog post, or check out the “How To…” section of the freebie download.
Supplies for Math Money Counting Game
- Pocket Pals Page Protectors
- Real money, play money, or paper money as found in the Lucky Little Toolkit
- Coin value anchor chart from the Lucky Little Toolkit
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Lucky Little Toolkit
How to Play Math Money Toothy
Once the Toothy Task cards are printed and prepped, you are ready to play Toothy! For extra support for all learners, students can have the option to use money manipulatives and a money anchor chart when playing.
For Partner Play: Each partner gets a Toothy mat and a dry erase marker. Students will take turns choosing a card. Each student will solve the problem on their Toothy mat or dry erase board. When everyone has answered the question, they compare their answers. Finally, turn the card over to check to see if the answer is correct. Those who have a correct answer get to draw a tooth in Toothy’s mouth on their mat.
If the student’s answer is incorrect, they do not draw a tooth and those who got the answer correct must explain how they got to the correct answer. Then, the next student draws the next card and the process is repeated. The game ends once all 27 cards have been answered. The student with the most teeth in Toothy’s mouth is the winner of the game.
Play Toothy as an independent, small group, or whole class game, too! Check out these 5 fun and different ways teachers use Toothy in their classrooms.
Love Toothy? There’s More!
Once you’ve sunk your teeth into Toothy, you will be hooked! If you would like to try more Toothy games with your class, check out the complete 1st and 2nd Grade Math Toothy Bundle.