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User: Doris Hall

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Get visual Once your child is passingly familiar with money, enhance that familiarity by completing worksheets with the value of money left blank. At this point, you may also ask your child to combine different pictures of money to give you the grand total. Of course, you can also get fake money (or, if you're feeling brave, real money) to practice with. Give your child website that writes essays for you and work with them to find answers. Embrace change At this point, your child is probably familiar enough with money and value to begin counting on their own. If you're looking for the next challenge, practice real-world scenarios by asking them to make change. Ask them to provide change for an item you pretend to buy from them. Switch roles and have them pay you the money. You might even shortchange them to see if they notice. If technology is your thing, there are a ton of free games and videos designed to help the learning process. Use them as supplemental material and practice as your child learns to count money. Use existing games or come up with your own. Fortunately, there are a wealth of resources available to you. Get out there Finally, get out there and practice using money in the world! There's no better way to practice your skills than to apply them, so build your child's knowledge of money by asking them to do their own buying and selling. This helps with counting skills, certainly - but it is also a great way to reinforce the value of money at a young age. As children get older and are forced to save money to get the things they want, they'll be thankful for the time you spent educating them when they were young.

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