Click and play "Euro Sumbol 2"

A simple game to help children learn the euro symbol.
Click on the Euro symbols only.

 

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Detailed presentation on the use of the application. If you have any questions or suggestions, please write a comment below.

 

 

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Click on the images below to view the printouts

Click to view the printout 01 for the "Euro Symbol 2" app.

Connect all Euro symbols together with one line.

Click to view the printout 02 for the "Euro Symbol 2" app.

Cut and laminate frames and coins.
Create sets for each symbol separately.

Click to view the printout 03 for the "Euro Symbol 2" app.

Cut and laminate frames and coins.
Create sets for each symbol separately.

Click to view the printout 04 for the "Euro Symbol 2" app.

Mark the euro symbols with an [X].


Lesson Plans - Ideas

For children with special needs, start by using only the euro symbol with a maximum number of coins of 28 and increase the lifespan of the coins to the maximum. Increase the difficulty gradually by adding a wrong symbol each time and reducing the coins' lifespan.   View this example

In the settings screen you can choose the number of coins to be displayed on the screen. The three options (10-28-54) can be suitable for any learning level combined with the playing time and the lifespan of the coins. We choose considering the time it will take to complete the exercise, maintaining the interest of the child at the same time.

We always have time available to deal with the printouts as well. Generalizing knowledge and moving from the screen to the real world or vise versa is a very important process.

Use the app in "scanning" mode to help children with mobility difficulties. The scanning speed must be sufficiently less than the lifespan of the coins for the game to make sense.   View this example


Let us know what you think about this app by writing a comment below. Ideas for use in teaching and suggestions for improvements are always welcome. We cordially thank you!


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