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- Includes 30 pennies, 30 nickels, 20 dimes, 15 quarters, 5 half dollars, 30 $1 bills, and 20 $5 bills
- Also includes 20 $10 bills, 15 $20 bills, 10 $50 bills, and 5 $100 bills in storage tray
- Reproductions of American money encourage realistic play and authentic learning
- For ages 5 and up
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The Big Idea: Play Money Coins and Bills
Learn about money and develop important basic math skills with this realistic set of bills and coins from Educational Insights. Count, add, and subtract pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters with confidence through pretend play and authentic learning.
Shhh. ..They're Learning!
● Build confidence in counting money.
● Develop early addition and subtraction math skills.
● Great for imaginative and pretend play.
The Nitty-Gritty: Key Features
● Includes realistic-sized coins and bills that help little learners recognize denominations.
● Learn to add, subtract, and count money.
● Includes realistic coins: 30 pennies, 30 nickels, 20 dimes, 15 quarters, 5 half-dollars.
● Includes realistic dollar bills: 30 $1 bills, 20 $5 bills, 20 $10 bills, 15 $20 bills, 10 $50 bills and 5 $100 bills.
● Includes easy to store coin and bill tray.
● Perfect for Kindergarten +.
The most realistic play money available. Includes 30 pennies, 30 nickels, 20 dimes, 15 quarters, 5 half dollars, 30 $1 bills, 20 $5 bills, 20 $10 bills, 15 $20 bills, 10 $50 bills, and 5 $100 bills in a storage tray. Ages 5+/Grades K+
From the Manufacturer
Teaching math skills with money is a relevant and motivating learning experience. These ultra-realistic sets feature reproductions of American money that encourage realistic play and authentic learning. The most realistic play money available.
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Top customer reviews
The packaging holds everything together, but I wish the tray was a little sturdier and had a lid or cover on it so I could store the set without losing any pieces. I have just kept the tray and the pieces in a gallon bag for now. I am also a little disappointed in the size and color of the bills. For play pretend money, these would be OK, but for learning purposes they are too far off to be recognizable as the real thing. However, I do understand the reasoning and I don’t expect exact replicas of real bills, but again not similar enough for a learning resource.
Otherwise, the coins are similar and recognizable to real coins and there is plenty coins and bills to use as a resource for learning beginning and basic money concepts. I would recommend this set for a budget friendly option for play money or to use for learning purposes.
This product was a personal purchase for myself at the normal retail price. I am reviewing it solely because I want to share my experience with other potential customers. I have received no compensation for my review nor do I have any relationship with the seller or manufacturer of this product.
I also use this as a way reward system for potty training. We made a little home-made piggy bank where she collects her pennies for every time she uses the toilet. As she reaches a certain amount of savings, i give her the option to buy 2 tiny M&Ms for 5 pennies. I know i'm totally ripping her off, but hey she gets chocolate and learn to save money for something she wants!
This play money is some of the most realistic play money I have seen. It really looks like real US currency, which has helped me "play store" with my daughter and teach her how to count money and make change. It is slightly smaller than real US dollars and change, but because the look is so real, she is easily able to make the transition between real and play money. The paper used on the bills is thick, making it sturdier than other play money sets I have seen. It is even thicker than money that comes with some board games. I highly recommend it for any parent looking for play money to teach their kids about real US currency.
The tray that comes with it is not useful if you want to keep all the bills and coins separate. You will need a separate container because all of the bills stack on top of each other. It also stacks pretty high and full and does not come with a cover, so you can't use the tray to store the money unless you put it somewhere where it won't get knocked over or jostled. It is also thin plastic, and not very sturdy.
I bought the money with a printer calculator and some carbon-copy receipt pads (all available through Amazon.com) so we can play "store". This whole "play set" was cheaper than a toy cash register and my daughter can really add up totals and figure out tax, as well as practice her writing skills by using the receipt pad. Just an idea for any parents out there whose kids like to play store as much as mine!