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Love this for Centers!
By Erin Klein
from Bloomfield Hills, MI
About Me Education Oriented, Parent Of Two Or More Children
Comments about Cash Bash® Electronic Money Game:
One of the products I received last year was Cash Bash. The first one I received did not work, so I had to send it back. However, the second one I received worked well. My students loved using it in the math station. Because we do a lot with money and work on learning how to give correct change, this game was perfect! I spoke with Jenny at Learning Resources, and she is able to offer one for my readers, too. How exciting!
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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By Primary Graffiti
from Jacksonville, FL
About Me Teacher
Cash Bash is a hand held electronic game for independent practice. Students worked to race against the clock which is set at 60 second rounds. The game provides different levels to meet the needs of varying abilities.Level one works on simple coin combinations. The flashcard produces an amount digitally and students are to use the coin buttons to add up the value. I noticed my lower performing students having challenges recognizing the coins. Some students are still working to identify the coins and their values while others are working on combining values. The coins are represented with the heads of the presidents and the picture was a little challenging to see. However, the coins are proportioned to represent the size attributes of a coin which can help with identifying the values. Level two incorporated the dollar bills with the coin combinations. The dollars were easily identified with their value on the bill. Each of the combinations represented were under 20 dollars.I love the option of having music or being able to put the game on mute by turning off the sounds. The additional sounds are interesting but can be distracting in a hard working classroom. Overall, the kids were eager to play and race the clock to solve the most combinations.
By Busy Mom
About Me Education Oriented, Parent of excelled 5yrold, Parent of LD 7yr old, Parent Of Two Or More Children, Stay At Home Parent
Wow! This game has been in my trunk for 5 months.Today I took it out of my trunk and the kids LOVE it! They are having fun individually, and competing against one another. Cash Bash helps with cognitive-thinking skills and mental-math skills. Whether you have a slow or fast learner this game is great!