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Games Center Grades K and 1 Grades 2 and 3 Grades 4 through 6
 
Title Description Skills Connection
Plinky's Create-A-Card
(Level 1)
Kids create a greeting card for friends or family using a virtual "allowance". Coin Identification
Skip-counting
Basic addition and subtraction
Mathematics
Coin Memory Game Kids race the clock and match like images of U.S. coins. Coin Identification
Hand-eye coordination
Time awareness and management
Fine motor skills
Basic recall
Mathematics
Cents of Color Kids use the mouse and online activity to color images of coins from the 50 State Quarter Program. Hand-eye coordination
Visual awareness
Fine motor skills
Color sense
Social Studies
Geography
Making Change Kids create their own coin images from supplied options. Coin Identification
Hand-eye coordination
Fine motor skills
Basic mouse functions such as drag and drop
Mathematics
Dollar Dive While trying to escape Sea Monster, kids help Plinky dive for Presidential $1 coins. Coin Identification
Hand-eye coordination
Time awareness and management
Fine motor skills
Mathematics
Lincoln Words
(Level 1)
Kids choose from up to three levels and four categories to find the hidden words about Abraham Lincoln. Word Identification
Coin Recognition
Fine motor skills
Hand-eye coordination
Language Arts
Social Studies
Wishing Well Kids make wishes with virtual coins and Goldie answers. Hand-eye coordination
Fine motor skills
All Ages
Just for Fun
Coin Olympics Kids feeling adventurous after reading about the 2002 Olympic Winter Games Commemorative Coins can help the H.I.P. Pocket Change Pals compete in three winter Olympics sporting events while earning points for performance. Hand-eye coordination
Fine motor skills
All Ages
Just for Fun
Franklin's Try-N-Fly Help Minty the Mint Robot steer his kite through a lightning storm, just as Ben Franklin did over two hundred years ago, then assemble a snake that represents the unity of the colonies.  To learn more about Ben, check out the 2006 Ben Franklin Commemorative Coins Program. Hand-eye coordination
Fine motor skills
Social Studies
All Ages
Just for Fun
Painters' Studio Students paint the quarters from the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Program.  Learn more about the District of Columbia and U.S. Territories Quarters Program. Hand-eye coordination
Visual awareness
Fine motor skills
Color sense
Social Studies

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