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Coin Counting and Accounting Bingo Games

Updated on June 15, 2012

Make the Learning Process Fun!

I remember when my son was in first grade, and he was learning to count coins. These games grew out of that experience. For fun....have the players count coins that equal the number in the squares!

The accounting game is great as a teaching tool or a nifty game to play with a group of accountants. My cousin used the Accounting game as a group ice breaker, and she said they all had a great time playing it.

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Beginning Coin Counting Bingo
Beginning Coin Counting Bingo

Beginning Coin Counting Bingo

What a great way to help kids learn to count coins and other currency. The game has a bit of a twist. Each square contains an amount of money (e.g., ¢.50). The caller draws the a card with the amount on it - Now here's the trick. The player must tell the caller a combination of coins that will add up to the amount in the square! It's really fun! This Beginning Coin Counting Bingo does not exceed ¢.75. It's a good way to introduce kids to pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half-dollars. This bingo game is great to play at home, in the classroom, at a children's party, or as a birthday party activity!

Money (Currency) Bingo
Money (Currency) Bingo

Money Bingo

What a great way to help kids learn to count coins and other currency. This bingo game has a bit of a twist. Each square contains an amount of money (e.g., $2.00). The squares list an amount between $.01 and $50.00. The caller draws the a card with the amount on it - Now here's the trick. The player must tell the caller a combination of coins that will add up to the amount in the square! It's really fun! This bingo game is great to play at home, in the classroom, at a children's party, or as a birthday party activity!

Accounting Bingo
Accounting Bingo

Accounting Bingo

Here's a bingo game that can be used in the classroom or as an ice breaker at your next corporate meeting.

Tired of the same review methods in your basic accounting class? Your students will have fun playing Accounting Bingo, as well as having a unique way to review basic accounting concepts. Accounting Bingo can be used after the first few chapters of most accounting textbooks.

Similar to the other games in UnCommon Courtesy & Coaching's Challenge Bingo series, students must be able to answer the question that is asked in order to know if they have the answer on their Bingo card. Gone is the typical review of accounting/bookkeeping basics. Using this game will actively involve your entire class in the learning process.

You can add fun and interest for your corporate colleagues or students by awarding simple prizes to the winners. Use you imagination!

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What other bingo games should I make?

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      simply-accounting 3 years ago

      I like this post, it's a great idea to make the learning process more fun and challenging, well done.

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      KatBar 6 years ago

      How about animal bingo.