Counting U.S. Coins -1st Grade

Counting U.S. Coins -1st Grade

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Enjoy this packet of Counting U.S. Coins for First Grade Flashcards created by the mad scientists at TestSoup. Hopefully you'll learn a thing or two. In the first grade, students learn the basics of U.S. money. This set of flashcards helps young students learn their money and how to add currency together.

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  • (50 stars)

    by Cracker on 29/03/2012

    How is this considered app? It is simply 8 pages and one asks a question of what the picture is. The next picture is a picture of the same coin with the answer. No where can the child tap to give his or her answer. It simply and stupidly is a "next" butto