Play Money Bills
Play Money Bills
Item # 3057
Ages 5-9
$10.99
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A great tool for money math activities and imaginative play.
  • Features realistic design that helps students learn to recognize different paper currency denominations

  • Supports money math activities including addition, subtraction and making change

  • Includes 100 $1 pretend bills, 50 each of $5, $10 and $20 pretend bills; and 25 each of $50 and $100 pretend bills

  • Grades K+

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Play Money Bills
 
3.0

(based on 4 reviews)

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2.0

Same size as monopoly money!

By Staff Trainer

from Denver, CO

About Me Educator

Pros

  • Easy To Use
  • Looks Real Only Smaller

Cons

  • Flimsy
  • Small Bills 2x4n Half In
  • Smaller Than Pictured

Best Uses

  • For Small Children

Comments about Play Money Bills:

In the picture the bills look larger in size. I ordered these expecting them to be closer to actual bill size, for adult use, they are not. Each bill is only 2 inches by 4.5 inches (similar size to Monopoly money). There is no size description on the product page. I was disappointed and had to return them.

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(1 of 1 customers found this review helpful)

 
4.0

Good Quality.

By MommyJones

from San Antonio

About Me Mother Of Four, Parent

Verified Buyer

Pros

  • Easy To Use

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Home
    • We Use This For Allowance

    Comments about Play Money Bills:

    I searched for paper money to use at home for my children. We have built a home economy with credits and debits. Hoping to teach them to save. Making beds in morning gets them $5. Back talking makes them lose $5 etc. They can save up for trips to the movies or one on one time with parents all sorts of things. This money is a good quality paper. It is thick enough to stand up for multiple uses. I see it lasting a long time in our house. Not at all flimsy.

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    1.0

    Deceptive advertising

    By Casino Dealer

    from Atlantic City

    About Me Casino Dealer

    Pros

    • None

    Cons

    • Not Actual Size

    Best Uses

    • Teaching Aid For Children

    Comments about Play Money Bills:

    I was looking for play money to use for table game practice and entertainment. My goal was to find money that was realistic in look, feel and size. Educational Insights' description and illustrations of their play money led me to believe it was "realistic, actual-size design" so I purchased two packs. The dimensions of the bills are 4.5" x 2", roughly the size of monopoly money. Needless to say this product is short of my expectations.

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    5.0

    Play Money Bills

    By Sam HaveSippy

    from USA

    About Me Education Oriented, Educator, Parent, Thrifty

    Pros

    • High Quality

    Cons

      Best Uses

      • Home
      • School

      Comments about Play Money Bills:

      Teach your kids that money doesn't grow on trees with Play Money Bills. They are realistic looking- but don't try to pay for lunch with them, please! They look and feel real, which will help kids really learn money and what each bill is worth. Maybe even toss in a quick history lesson (presidents!)

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