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Coin Bingo Free Printable

by Becky · on August 3, 2017 · 4 Comments ·

This Coin Bingo Free Printable is a great way for kids to learn what each coin is, and what it is worth. This is a great learning tool in a game form. Kids will love it.

Coin Bingo Free Printable

When my oldest went into 2nd Grade she started learning all about money. What each coin was, the amount for each, and how to add them together. I decided to make this fun Coin Bingo to help her get those facts down, but in a fun way without using regular old worksheets. Now all my girls love to play this fun Coin Bingo.

Here’s what you’ll need:

  • Copies of the Coin Bingo Free Printable.
  • Random amount of change. Grab your change jar.
  • Cups to hold the change for each player.

First, download and print out the copies of the Coin Bingo Printables.

Coin Bingo Card 1

Coin Bingo Card 2

Coin Bingo Card 3

Coin Bingo Card 4

Next, gather up all your coins from around your house.

You could even send the kids on a hunt and they get to use the coins they find. Whatever will make this easiest for you and fun for your kids.

Rules of Coin Bingo

Once you have the Bingo sheets and the coins ready to go, you’ll want to tell them the rules.

We play this a little different then normal Bingo, but the main idea of, the first to get 4 in a row, still applies. I give each child their cup of coins and then have them all start at the same time and race to see who can get Bingo first. It’s fun to see them grab a coin and find where it belongs.

My girls had a blast clearing the board and racing time after time. Kids will have fun and stay busy, all the while they are learning.

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About Becky

Mother to 3 girls, love to craft and create. I love to be silly and play with my family. I also love pedicures, GNOs, Disneyland, and chocolate. Wanna know more about the Chicks? Click here. 🙂


Mackenzie Baxter says

Thank you Becky for sharing this activity. I am a Senior at Southeast Missouri State University, and for one of my education courses we had to find a math activity for First grade. After finding a State and National Standard, my group had to do an activity for students to learn the value of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. With your help, my group was able to play this game.

This Coin Bingo Free Printable is a great way for kids to learn what each coin is, and what it is worth. This is a great learning tool in a game form.

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I am looking for a printable money bingo game to use with my first graders. I want it to only have pennies, nickels, and dimes (because counting quarters is too much for some of them). I could make some, but thought I’d check here before I reinvent the wheel. So do you have a printable money bingo game that only uses pennies, nickels, and dimes that you’d be willing to share? Or do you know where I could find one?

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