Mr. Pen- Play Money for Kids, 150 Pcs, Ages 3+, Toy Money, Money Games, Fake Money for Kids, Pretend Money, Toddler Learning Money, Kids Play Money, Realistic Money, Fake Cash, Coins for Kids




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Having firsthand experience teaching in at-risk schools in different parts of the United States, seeing the daily struggles of students and teachers, we, a few business-minded teachers, founded Mr. Pen with a simple purpose: serving the schools in our community by providing them with high quality and affordable school supplies and tools to help them in their efforts.

Expanding our goods and services

In order to best serve our schools, we only focused on office and school supplies. Then, we decided to have products in other categories and Provide Everyday Needs.

We’re still expanding and adding new products to our catalog, but our mission statement remains the same, to provide the most affordable, high-quality products while focusing on serving our immediate community in Louisiana.

We welcome your feedback and suggestions and look forward to serving you in the future. Thank you for supporting us as we continue to grow!

Mr. Pen play money for kids consists of premium plastic coins and durable, heavy-duty paper with two-sided printed pretend money, designed for endless play transactions just like real American Dollars.
Each pretended bill measures 6.2″ x 2.6″, making it the perfect size for little hands to hold and play comfortably. Also, the size of Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, and Quarters are as follows: 0.79 x 0.79, 0.77 x 0.77, 0.89 x 0.89, 0.98 x 0.98.
Mr. Pen play money for kids set is ideal for teaching lessons in making change, identifying value, and adding/subtracting money – perfect for homeschool learning activities! Great for students in preschool to early elementary school grades as an engaging way to learn money math skills.
This package is suitable for people of all ages to learn about money in a fun way. It could be a good gift for kids and may also be used in educational settings such as teacher supplies, classroom games, preschool, kindergarten, homeschooling, and grades 1 to 3.