Our website use cookies to improve and personalize your experience and to display advertisements(if any). Our website may also include cookies from third parties like Google Adsense, Google Analytics, Youtube. By using the website, you consent to the use of cookies. We’ve updated our Privacy Policy. Please click on the button to check our Privacy Policy.

VIP Login                                                                FREE login                                                       FAQ


Teach your kids about Australian money with these Bright, Bold & Fun Spinner Money Monsters! Super engaging and perfect for math centers or rotations!

With our Australian Money Math Center Games BUNDLE your students will learn how to:

  • Match different written values to coins & notes
  • Count & Calculate Collections of the SAME coins
  • Count & Calculate DIFFERENT Coins
  • Count & Calculate Australian Notes
  • Make Equivalent amounts using different coins

They are NO PREP and just ready for your to print onto A4 or Blow up to A3, laminate and GO! Read More About Teaching Money on our Blog

Add to Wishlist
Add to Wishlist

Our Australian Money Math Center Games Are an excellent addition to any math center if you want to help teach kids about Australian Money. Your kids will find learning to count money a blast with these Bright, Bold Money MONSTERS!

Australian money math center games

After our extensive research into teaching money using our favourite Money books by, Dr. Paul Swan, we created a set of fun and engaging Money Monster themed resources. Your kids will love these counting money math center games {coins & Notes}. We guarantee that they will cover these skills to help them ACE counting money!

Teaching kids to count money is a precursor skill to understanding coin & note equivalence. Teaching kids to count money needs to be broken down into activities that allow them to:

  1. Count like coins or like notes
  2. Count mixed coins
  3. Count mixed coins and notes

To be successful at the counting money strategy your students need to be able to:

  • Recognise the coins or what they are counting – (Related Post: Coin Recognition activities are here)
  • Physically sort & organise coins for counting
  • Count the coins accurately
  • Calculate the total of the count correctly

in all 3 situations.

You can GET THIS Pack & MORE of our Awesome Products for just $37 a year with an A Plus Teacher Club Membership… Click The Image Below To Check it Out!

Join the A Plus Teacher Club Membership Website

What’s Included:

21 Activities – Australian Coin Activity Center Games – 5 secured PDF’s (34 pages) -No customising, copy, cut, paste or extracting of info in this document.


  • 3 Monster themed spinner games – Spin and cover the amounts coins and notes. Spinners show different written representations of money amounts
  • 1 Student Worksheet – Match coin image to written values & order from smallest value to largest. Perfect for assessment


  • 4 Monster themed spinner games for counting money amounts. The spinners help students practice skip counting amounts of money including- same coins, unlike coins and coins & notes.
  • 1 Coin Resource sheet of coins


  • 6 Monster themed spinner games for practicing counting coin amounts. (same coins) that’s one game per coin
  • 6 student worksheets to help skip count the coins and work out number of coins and value of coins counted


  • 5 Monster themed spinner games for counting Australian notes (1 for each note)
  • 5 student worksheets to help skip count money and work out value and number of notes counted


  • 3 Money boards to show equivalent amounts using different combinations of 10c, 20c,50c, $1, $2, & $5

Strategies For Teaching Counting Money

Teaching kids about counting coins is really about teaching them the process of mental repeated addition or skip counting.

When counting money you’re not finding out how many of something there is. You’re actually adding two or more quantities together, on the fly, in your head.

This counting process requires the counter to use repeated addition understandings, and  skip counting number sequence patterns, to find out How MUCH or the Value of the money collection.

So it’s going to follow that the kids who don’t understand skip counting or can’t do mental repeated addition, will find counting coins tricky too! Our Australian Money Math Center Games will help kids to develop these strategies, so add them To Your Cart & download them today!


There are no reviews yet.

Only logged in customers who have purchased this product may leave a review.

You may also like…