Click to play "Euro puzzle"

A puzzle game to help children identify euro coins and banknotes.
We drag and drop the 6 pieces of each picture to assemble each euro coin and banknote.

 

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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 Puzzle"

Laminate and cut.

Click to view the printout 02 for the "Euro Puzzle"

Laminate and cut.

Click to view the printout 03 for the "Euro Puzzle"

Laminate and cut.

Click to view the printout 04 for the "Euro Puzzle"

Laminate and cut.


Lesson Plans - Ideas

• We select only 2 images, one of which has ten times the value of the other (euro).  5€ & 50€  -  2€ & 20 €  -  1€ & 10€

• We select only 2 images, one of which has ten times the value of the other (cents). 5C & 50C  -  2C & 20 C  -  1C & 10C

• We only play with bills (easy) or coins (medium).

We categorize coins based on their color: Copper-covered steel (1C - 2C -5C)  -  Nordic gold, Copper alloy (10C - 20C - 50C)  -  Copper nickel and Nickel brass, (1€ - 2€)

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.

For children with special needs, we initially ask them to compose only one laminated image at a time, giving the template image at the same time so that they can be helped. Gradually, we increase the number of images to assemble and in the final stage we withdraw the template images.


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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