SMMART MATH: MONEY ACTIVITIES III
Tape every type of coin onto one side of a piece of paper. You can tape two of each type next to each other, so that you will see the front and back sides of each coin. Turn the paper over and let your child rub over the coins with a pencil or crayon so they can observe the details of the coins. Older children can make rubbings of certain monetary values. For example, ask your child to rub 35cents onto a piece of paper. How many ways can they rub this value?
Let your child hold a dollar bill while you play a game of "eye spy". "I spy with my little eye...an eagle." Let your child point out the item that you spied and then your child can take a turn.