Start the School Year with Hands-On Learning Activities
Looking for supplemental activities to reinforce learning, both in-person and at home? Check out the U.S. Mint’s latest free online education resources for creative ways to infuse coins into students’ learning.
Hands-On Learning Activities
Examples of activities include designing your own coin, discovering the connection between U.S. culture and coins, and making predictions about coin weights by creating your own coin balance scale. Check out these activities and more in our Coin Activities guide.
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Eco-Friendly Lesson Plan
Learn about key elements of coastal ecosystems and play a game about environmental sustainability in our new lesson plan.
Do you know where circulating coins come from? Learn more about the coin journey with our kids’ How Coins Circulate graphic.
Stamp your own coins while learning about coin production in the Mint’s new game, Coin Stamper.
We Want to Hear from You!
Are you interested in incorporating coins into your classroom next year, but aren’t sure where to start? Let us help you! The U.S. Mint offers K-12 lesson plans, 12 online educational games, 100+ videos, online quizzes, a free 2020 Coin Coloring Book PDF, and other resources. Reach out to us at email@example.com to request resources that fit your education needs.