Most of us are familiar with dollars, pounds, pesos, and euros, but what do your kids know about bolivars, dinars, karbovanets, and leks? This FREE Types of Money Around the World Notebooking is a fun way to encourage kids to learn more about money from countries around the world – and discover a bit of their history as well!
This post is part of the History Notebooking Research Journals Series
Coins from around the world have always fascinated me. The idea that I can hold a tiny piece of another country – and another country’s history – in my hands never loses its appeal. (Not to mention that for someone who has never traveled internationally, it brings a small piece of “out there” within reach.) Your kids can use this FREE Types of Money Around the World Notebooking unit to learn more about 35 different kinds of money and the countries they come from.
Some of the types of money are still used today while others are no longer in circulation. Each one has its own story to tell. They can investigate what countries have used the money, if it’s still in use, when it was issued, and much more.
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