The 3 spin Coin count

Directions: Assemble the spinner you want to use and pass out recording sheets and pencils. Make sure you have coins to count the results. BEFORE playing decide on what criteria will win: largest sum, smallest sum, even/odd number (largest or smallest), etc. Spin to see who goes first. Each player must spin and record three times. As you spin, take out the corresponding coins. Then, record your spin on the sheet (either draw the coin [write p for penny, n for nickel, d for dime, and q for quarter] or writing the amount of your spin). When everyone has spun and recorded three times, count the coins and check each other’s answers Keep spinning and playing!

This game can be played individually or in groups of 2 or more.
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Math Spinner

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25¢ 1¢

Math Spinner

Math Spinner

Nycecelia/cmagro 2011

Place a brad or paperclip in the center (marked with the arrow). Then, line up with the center of the spinner. Attach.

You could skip the arrow altogether and do this instead:

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Name_______________________

The 3 spin Coin count

Spin 1

Spin 2

Spin 3

Total

Name_______________________

The 3 spin Coin count

Spin 1

Spin 2

Spin 3

Total

Nycecelia/cmagro 2011

Nycecelia/cmagro 2011

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