Euro Coin Value Loop Cards

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  • , rated this resource Sep 1st
  • , rated this resource Sep 1st
  • Do you have a version of this where the Euro sign is at the start and there is a decimal point instead of a comma eg 3,11€ would be €3.11

    , May 14th
    • Hi jalford087, thank you for your review, I have passed this on to our design team to have a look at for you. :)

      , May 14th
    • Hi jalford087, just to confirm, this resource has been sent out to you and is now available in the alternative versions section above. :)

      , Aug 2nd
Fun and educational, loop cards are great for reinforcing your teaching. These ones feature a written money value on one side of the card and a drawn representation of the coins on the other so that your children can practise understanding the value of Euro coins. Great as both a group or independent activity.
This resource is available in Standard and Decimal Point.
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