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Load image into Gallery viewer, Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+
Load image into Gallery viewer, Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+
Load image into Gallery viewer, Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+
Load image into Gallery viewer, Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+
Load image into Gallery viewer, Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+
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Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+

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Description

  • MONEY GAME FOR KIDS: Players collect, count, and exchange money all the way to the finish line
  • MONEY SKILLS: Learn valuable money skills through fun game play
  • PLAY MONEY: Includes game board with spinner, 100 plastic coins, play bills, markers, and dice
  • PLAY MONEY SET: Pretend bills measure 6.25" x 2.625", pretend coins range from .80" (penny) - .995" (quarter).
  • GIVE THE GIFT OF LEARNING: Whether youre shopping for holidays, birthdays, or just because, toys from Learning Resources help you discover new learning fun every time you give a gift! Ideal gift for Halloween, Christmas, Stocking Stuffers, Easter Baskets or even for Homeschool.

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Customer Reviews

Good.Very nice game, but I wish the board itself was bigger - the moving tiles are so cluttered together. Just my opinion, make the box bigger with a bi-fold board and bigger moving tiles. About 50% of the board is wasted, the spinner could have been a separate piece. The art design of the characters (movers) is similar to the new Chutes and Ladders by Hasbro. Very cartoonish. Not a fan but it s ok. Other than that - love the concept of the game. 4Great money counting reinforcement in fun wayMy 7 year old played this game at school and really liked it. I bought it for reinforcement of counting money at home in a fun way, and he still enjoys playing it. There's no skill other than counting money involved. You move forward, count the amount of money the space indicates --- but you also have to spin the spinner, which tells you what coins you can/can't use to count the money indicated by your board space. This gives it a little more interest, and helps kids realize there's more than one way to make the same amount of change. I also like that the game is rather quick, so neither adults or kids get tired of playing mid-game. 5So disappointed by smellI thought this was a good brand but I have returned two out of two items ordered from them today b/c of the HORRIBLE outgassing smell. My daughter's hands smelled like this board after handling it. Not okay. I asked my mom's group about it and they have mentioned several returns they have had to make from this same brand. I am so disappointed b/c I felt it used to be quality products. 1Enjoyable game. Needs different game pieces.Easy game. Enjoyable. Teaches coin values and adding obey without feeling like you re being taught.Huge con, though! The play pieces are four kids. The white boy had the most money. The white girl had the next most. The dark haired girl has a piggy bank and the black has one coin. Really? This could have been easily done differently. 3Simple game that adds upThis is a great game for kids to learn how coins add up. Basically you have to roll the dice and pick coins that add up in value to the number you land on. There are some ways to simplify the game for beginners based on my experience:1. The spinner adds to the complexity of the game (you are barred from using certain coins) and can be optional for beginning users. It might be a good idea to make it a separate piece, right now it's hard for all players to use being in one corner of the board.)2. There needs to be a coin value addition chart for beginning users. I printed out my own with 10 pennies, 10 nickels, 10 dimes and 10 quarters in rows to help my kid add up easily and visually. This is also helpful to tally up each player's money in the end and provides visual learning. 4Shhhhhh....don't tell them they're learningI have a 7 year old who stated "ughhhhhh. A learning game? Those are boring" when I presented this game to her. After a little persuasion she tried it and ended up begging me to play it 3 more times in a row. I would consider that a success! I highly recommend this game for any child ages 6-9 5Fabulous coin counting game, your child WILL learn !Background:Purchased for my first grader who was just learning about money in school but was having trouble with the worksheets. Did some browsing, found this game and it does what it says it will which is to teach coin counting. If you want something for making change, or counting up many dollars, then this is not for you.Making change:I would suggest to get creative with your child, buy a sales slip book, price items around the house and play "store." Kids this age still love make believe.Practical details:Very sturdy coins and paper money, not easily ripped or damaged, same with the box, and we've had this for about a year, play it practically every weekend so that says something. The box is pristine. Very simple set up, your kid can set this up after watching you do it it's that easy.Reason I took off a star:I'm not enamored with the concept of "the person with the most money wins" because the game is completely by chance as to how much money you end up with. If it had you apply critical thinking skills to get that money then I'd buy into that outcome. So how we end it, is that you have to roll exactly the number of spaces it takes to get to the finish space. This works well for both of us as it takes out the element of 'bizarre random game.' We both exchange all of our money at the end so that we wind up with the most dollars that we can for what we have and the least amount of coins. (Side note: This is how you deal with money in a practical manner, the cashier at the store when your child goes to buy goodies does not want a dollar in nickels and pennies; as parents we've all been there. As adults we know better and should teach this. This game does a fabulous job of giving you that option!)Suggestion:As an added bonus, if she wins, I give her in real dollars and coins that amount. I'd rather she earn money this way, by learning practical skills, than by being paid for chores, because in the real world no one will pay you to take out the trash unless it's in your job description. It's always expected that we clean up after ourselves by showing respect for ourselves, the people around us, and our living, working, and playing spaces. So far, so good!Would I buy this again:Would not hesitate for a second in purchasing this item if what you need is a coin counting game. I only wish her teachers had this in their classrooms, would be very helpful for the students.Moving forward:She's in 2nd grade now and still likes this game. This year as mentioned now that she can count coins we've started to play store, learning to actually make change using the coins from this game and other paper money, which is advanced but is helping; every time she makes change the correct way we record the 2 amounts and she gets to keep the difference. No one wants to get screwed by the cashier so I'll gladly 'pay' her to learn this skill. Of course she has to find the difference to get the money :-))Definitely a great product, thank you Learning Resources! 4Worth every penny!I have a 5 yr old son, and granted this game is for older kids, but he LOVES this game. I mainly do the counting and we don't necessarily use the spinner at this point. He is just now learning the different coins and how much they are worth. Every time we play he gets better and better, and once he's mastered a concept, I can then introduce another. So this is a great game to build up money skills, that will last us for a long while.The quality of the game far exceeded my expectations. The board is thick and durable. The graphics are very appealing. The money materials are high quality. This game was worth every penny! 5Great Money game!My daughter is young 5 and in Kindergarten and is struggling with money concept and I got this game primarily for her to practice counting without it seeming like homework. I know that it suggests Since we have gotten it she tries to finish up her homework quickly and asks to play this game! She is learning to think of the numbers as quarters being 25, dimes being 10, nickels being 5, and pennies being 1. There is a wheel that you spin that if you land on 5, 10, or 25 you wouldn't be able to use so it forces the child to find alternative ways to build it (otherwise I think she would just build the amount with pennies). When it is my turn I ask her to help me try to count it out so she is actually doing the counting twice to help strengthen her concepts. There is also the trade up spot where whatever money she has earned she has to try to trade it up for large amount and she always wants to try to trade up to the dollar. Money is a hard concept I feel this game will be good to play for a few years until she is really strong at it :) I don't think it hurts to strengthen money counting as that is a real life concept we all need to know. I know that it suggests for children ages Grade 2 and up but I think that it's okay to help the child or let the child see when you try to build it up. I already see her catching on after a few times of playing for making certain numbers. My goal was to just make it fun to learn about Money and this game delivers! The game is also quick so it doesn't feel like it drags on forever or causes them to lose their attention span. 5Great game to introduce money concepts to kids and coin valuesExcellent fun game kids ask to play. This with Sum Swamp are great for 4 to 8 year olds and MoneyWise is great for 6 year olds and up. Monopoly Junior at 5 or 6 and Monopoly at 8. Age 12 start playing Cash Flow (buy it used on craigslist or ebay- it's an aswesome game but no need to pay over $100 new for it! That will teach them all about return on investments and seeing opportunities and how to calculate risk). Wish these had been around when I was a kid. Just playing these and reading a few books like the Tuttle Twins and working up to Rich Dad Poor Dad should set kids up wtih a fiscally successful life with respect for what money is and can do when they manage money instead of money managing them. Once they learn to have money work for them instead of them work for money they have financial freedom. Money Monster Money Master is a great book for parents to read as well and has great lessons for ages 4 to 16. 5
Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+

Learning Resources Money Bags Coin Value Game, Develops Math Skills, Money Recognition, Counting Game, Play Money for Kids, Ages 7+

4.6
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 416.00
Sale price
HK$ 416.00
Regular price
HK$ 686.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 270.00)