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  1. Ticia
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    What a fun idea! I had some stickers like that when I was teaching.That is one of my summer missions.

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  2. Cindy
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    Very nice. I hope you join up at Math Monday!You could put the worksheets in plastic sleeves and use regular coins. Save you some work and some paper. 😉

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  3. The girl who painted
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    @Cindy – you totally could use regular or play coins, but my daughter is a sticker addict so stickers is what engages her in the activity:)

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  4. Lori
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    I love that we've been on the same wavelengths lately. We are working on coin counting too. It's actually what I was going to blog about tomorrow. Now, I can link back to your post too. 🙂

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  5. Kat
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    Sorry – I just noticed your comment on my blog asking where to find the beeswax I used on the wood we watercolored. I bought it at Whole Foods. Sorry it took so long to answer – I’m moving and haven’t been able to post or check blogs much 🙁

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  6. DingoFamily
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    I too am working with the kids on counting change. I'll have to keep an eye out for these coin stickers! Thanks for sharing! ~Liesl (thehomeschoolden)

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  7. Raising a Happy Chil
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    We need to revisit coin counting one of those days. Anna is able to recognize the coins but has very little interest in actually adding them. In general, she has little interest in money and buying things, and after some deliberation we decided not to tempt her with allowance.

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