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Bring in a huge jar of pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters. Have the students work at one large table or break them up in groups with four participants in each group. Each student in a group will be in charge of one of the types of coins.
The goal is to have the students come up with different groupings of these coins to add up to 25¢.