Saint Patrick's Day Math Game The Stingy Leprechaun Counting Money

Stingy Leprechaun the Perfect Saint Patrick's Day Math Game. 

This stingy leprechaun wants to keep his money while you learn to count it. This first to third grade St. Patrick's Day math activity is for children of all ages. Learn the basics of counting money. Printable templates included. We played this math game for counting money with our first and third graders and the third grader loved it. Of course, he was in it to win. Enjoy!

Saint Patrick's Day Game The Stingy Leprechaun Homeschool Counting Money
Stingy little leprechaun wants to keep his coins.

How to play:  Roll the dice and take that number of coins or dollar bills. You want to trade up to a $20 dollar bill to win. To open Stingy's arms and get the money you must roll the magic number a two (2) or four (4). Once you've opened his arms roll again. This number reveals the amount of money you can take from the pot. But wait, there's more! For complete printable instructions click here.

Right click to save to your computer or click here for 
free printable template pdf.

Right click to save to your computer 
or click here for free printable template pdf.

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