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Math Money Counting Game penny

A Penny is worth 1 cent.

Math Money Counting Game nickle

A Nickle is worth 5 cents.

Math Money Counting Game dime

A Dime is worth 10 cents.

Math Money Counting Game quarter

A Quarter is worth 25 cents.

Math Money Counting Game one dollar

A dollar is worth 100 cents.


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How To Play: Answer 10 problems correctly to win the next prize, the Bronze Star of Smart Money Counting!

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How to Play the MathRomp Money Counting Game

This MathRomp Money Counting Game offers you a fun and easy way to practice counting small change, such as quarters, dimes, nickles and pennies. Can you master all the levels and win the Championship Trophy?

To jump right into the game, just press the PLAY button from the splash screen. Once you start a game, you will find a small collection of U.S. coins and maybe a banknote displayed on the game screen, along with three possible answers displayed on the buttons below. Count the money, and then click on the button with the correct answer. If you answered incorrectly the game will tell you the correct answer.

As you play, you can check on your level-up progress at any time by pressing on the PRIZES button from the main game screen. If you press on the HELP button while in a game session, you can review the names and values of the U.S. coins and banknotes you will see in the game. You may return to the game by pressing the BACK button, or you may start a new game by pusing the NEW button. Note that pushing the NEW button will cancel any previous game, so if you want to continue a current game, be sure to press the BACK button!

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Engaging Your Child with the Math of Money

This MathRomp Money Counting Game will help your child learn to recognize and count U.S. coins and small banknotes. In addition, the game sharpens addition skills using series of one and two digit numbers.

In each structured session you should encourage your child to progress through all the levels and win the Championship Trophy by answering fifty questions correctly. A single play through should take between fifteen minutes and half an hour. No two games are ever identical.

You'll find that using the MathRomp Money Counting Game increases your child's money handling and addition skills, and turns every session of math practice into an entertaining play session.