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There are many things you can do with fake dollar bills. If you are a teacher or parent, you can use them to teach children how to spend money and make change. You can use them to replace old, worn play dollars in a board game or to make your own homemade board game. You can pay your young children in play money for chores or special achievements, allowing them to trade up for the real stuff when they reach a certain amount. No matter what your requirements, you can use these free templates for play money to make your own printable fake money in Microsoft Publisher. Of course, these templates for play money should not be used to attempt to create any sort of counterfeit bills.
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This template will work wonderfully if you want to create multiple denominations in order to teach children the value of money or basic math. You can also use these for a play store or if you are creating a custom homemade board game. The template creates two one-dollar fake bills per page. You can easily change the denomination to any number you desire. The number one on either side of the bill is a clip art image, so you can replace one by right-clicking, choosing Change Picture and using a different number image. The One Dollar spelled out across the top is word art, so you can simply alter the text.
Download Page: Templates for Play Money: Funny Money
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This template is ideal if you are a teacher who uses a reward system or a parent who wants to encourage your children to perform certain actions or reach specific goals on a limited budget. Use this "Kool Kid Kash," which has a point value instead of dollar amounts. You can change the color scheme to whatever suits you and even use your child's picture on the bill, if you choose.
Download Page: Templates for Play Money: Kid Kash
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Not Nopoly Money
This template may be just what you need if you are making a homemade board game or need to replace worn out game money. The template creates two one-dollar fake bills per page. You can easily change the denomination to any number you desire. To change the denomination, simply change the image in the three "10" spots. You may also wish to change the color scheme for each denomination to make them easier to distinguish.
Download Page: Templates for Play Money: Not Nopoly Money
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A Million Bucks
Do you know somebody who looks like a million bucks? Let him know by plastering his face on the front of a phony million dollar bill. Simply click on the picture placeholder and insert your own picture. It will even have a green hue. You can change the text in the two text boxes, as well.
Download Page: Templates for Play Money: A Million Bucks
- slide 6 of 6Check back regularly, as more Microsoft Publisher templates are continuously being added. For more help with Publisher, go to the Bright Hub MS Publisher Tips library.