Euro Value Loop Cards

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Euro Value Loopcards - euros, money, coins, currency, cards, game
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  • Can u change the euro sign to the start of the numbers rather than the end and put in a full stop instead of a comma after the hundred

    , Jan 14th
    • Hi andreaok32,
      I'll see what we can do for you! Thanks for commenting :)

      , Jan 14th
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.
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