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Summer of Money Coloring Page

Summer Lemonade Stand Activity

Print our free Lemonade Stand Activity, including helpful instructions on how to set up a stand and how to earn profits. It also includes a coloring page and sign to put on your stand!
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Summer of Money Coloring Page

Summer of Money Coloring Page

Color Sunny Money, the mascot of The Summer of Money!
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Summer of Money Coloring Page Match Coins Financial Education

Sunny Money's Coin Match

Match the front of the coins to the back of the coins, then color it!
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Snowman Fun!

Count the snowflakes and color the snowman.
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Fall Fun!

Color and count the leaves and find the hiding birds.
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Hoops Oops Coloring Page

Hoops 'Oops'!

Jamie Jumps, the most famous basketball player on the Moneyville Savers team, forgot to take his coins out of his pockets before he started the game! When he jumped up for a slam dunk, his Quarters, Dimes, Nickels and Pennies flew all over the court! Count his coins, add them up and write down how much money he has, then color the picture!
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School Store Sale

The Store is having a sale on school supplies! Match the coins to the school supply prices, then color the page!
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Savings Road Map Maze

Drive your way to savings without getting trapped by extra spending in this fun maze!
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Pet Shop Coloring Page

Pet Shop Coloring Page

You got $100 for your birthday! You save $50 and have $50 to spend at the Pet Shop! Which animals will you buy?
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Easter Bunny Coins and Money Coloring Page

Easter Bunny Money Coloring Page

Match the names of coins to their value, then color the bunny & egg!
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Piggy Bank Dropped His Coins Coloring Page

Oops! Piggy Bank dropped his coins

Color the coins different colors, then add them up.
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Piggy Bank

Color this silly piggy bank and write what you are saving for.
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My New Puppy

Color this cute puppy, name it, and pick out the items that you want to buy for it.
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90% of Americans who own pets also buy their animals Christmas gifts.

According to a poll, most people won't pick up money lying on the sidewalk unless it is at least a dollar.

Five percent of lottery ticket buyers buy 51% of all tickets sold.

People leave bigger tips on sunny days than they do on dreary days.

A typical $1 bill lasts about 22 months before it needs to be replaced.

The Bureau of Engraving and Printing produces 38 million notes a day (about $541 million). 95% of that is used to replace old bills.

About 48% of the bills printed by the Bureau of Engraving and Printing are $1 bills.

Martha Washington is the only woman whose portrait has appeared on a U.S. currency note (a $1 Silver Certificate in 1886, 1891 & 1896).

If you had one billion dollars and spent $1,000 a day, it would take you 2,749 years to spend it all.

A Quarter has 119 grooves on its edge, one more than a dime.

There is a tiny "spider" hidden in the top right corner on the front of a one dollar bill (on the shield of the "1").

"Novus Ordo Seclorum" - the Latin phrase shown below the pyramid on the one dollar bill - means "New Order of The Ages".

Coins usually survive in circulation for about 30 years.

A nickel is the only U.S. coin that is called by its metal content, even though it is only 25 percent nickel (the rest is copper).