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From Jennifer Reversible Wooden Coins

$39.90 - $54.90
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Our reversible coins sets cleverly fits our handmade Hundred Board with exclusive coin pockets design for practicing maths, counting, spelling, play with words and so much more

  • Each set comprises 100 wooden coins
  • Select the set of your choice from: 
    • Numbers set
      Coins numbered from 1-100 on one side; reverse side can be left blank or used to draw anything you may like e.g. mathematical symbols, more numbers, letters
    • Alphabet set
      One uppercase alphabet, one lowercase alphabet, and additional commonly used letters. Reverse side can be left blank, or used to draw anything you may like e.g. mathematical symbols, more letter, numbers
    • Symbols set
      coins including three sets of digits 0-9 along with six sets of math symbols and various other symbols on one side; reverse side can be left blank, or used to draw anything you may like e.g. more symbols, more numbers, letters
    • Double-sided ABC/100
      One side with letters (one uppercase alphabet, one lowercase alphabet, and additional commonly used letters); the other side with numbers from 1 to 100
  • Each coin measures approx 1.5 cm diameter (1 inch)
  • Maple wood, finished with natural oil
  • Handmade in the USA

PAIR IT WITH: Hundred Board with Coin Pocket Maple - Hundred Board with Coin Pocket Walnut

NOTE: This listing contains one set of wooden coins only, all other material including boards sold separately

SAFETY: 3 years and up

Some activity ideas to practice literacy through play:

  • Place them in alphabetical order forwards and backwards (for an extra challenge)
  • Sort vowels and consonants
  • Match uppercase to lowercase letters
  • Practice spelling and correcting right on the board
  • Create word family lists
  • Create a word search
  • Play scrabble
  • Play Wheel of Fortune

Some activity ideas to learn maths through play:

  • Place them in order from least to greatest.
  • Place them in order from greatest to least.
  • Place only even or odd numbers on the board.
  • Place only multiples on the board--focusing on your times tables (for example, 3,6,9, 12, etc).
  • Play an addition game with a dice. Start by placing the number 1 on your Frame. Roll the dice, add the number to 1, and then place that number coin on the board. Roll again, add the number on the dice to the last number coin, and place the sum number coin on the board. Continue until you reach the end of the frame.
  • Play the same game but with subtraction and by starting with the greatest number.