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Mobicip App Review: Counting Coins by K12

MOBICIPNEWS on September 06, 2011

counting coins app review  Counting Coins is a great app for teaching students to count coins. There are several options for teaching and practicing coin values. It would be an excellent tool for working one on one with a student, students working individually or in pairs and for student practice. For a free app, this one has many different options to offer. These options include matching values, tabulating the total, counting how many cents, and showing the value.

 counting coins app

The company, K12, also offers another app; Counting Bills and Coins, for students with more advanced money counting skills. This app gives students the ability to count coins and bills as well as make change and match amounts. Users also have the ability to select a level of difficulty when using Counting Bills and Coins. A great app for teachers, parents, and future financial analysts!

counting bils and coins

This is a review from a series on educational apps by Kathy Burdick, an educator for over thirty years. Kathy is an experienced educator and former principal. She graciously agreed to let Mobicip republish and promote her reviews on the Mobicip blog. Kathy has been infatuated by the possibilities of technology and educational content for the K-6 students. Kathy writes about how education is changing due to new technologies and reviews the technologies that facilitate that change. Follow Kathy on Twitter @ iAppleLearner or get more information here: http://mobileieducator.com/

If you have an app that you would like the Mobicip team to review, please let us know! You can leave a blog comment or you can find Mobicip on Facebook or Twitter (@Mobicip)!

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