I bought these cards to expand on my son's basic recognition of money, and learning to tell time. While there is some educational value with these cards, they are not at all what I was hoping for.
The time cards are double-sided with both a traditional clock face and a digital clock face, which I thought was a plus. The problem I had is the lack of specific time increments. I wanted cards that showed the position of the hands hourly, half-hourly, and quarterly (ex: 6:00, 6:15, 6:30, and 6:45) for each hour of the day. These time cards inlcuded random increments such as 11:20 or 1:05.
I encountered a similar organization problem with the money cards. While the cards that show the front, back, and value of $.01, $.05, $.10, $.25, $.50, and $1.00, the rest of the cards were simply not very useful for establishing basic monetary value. For instance, there was a card with a combination of coins that added uo to $.79. I would rather have had cards showing that two dimes and a nickel are equivalent to a quarter's worth, and so on. There was only one card like that which showed four quarters equal one dollar.
I don't recommend this deck for beginners, but perhaps advanced beginners. I found My Book of Easy Telling Time: Learning about Hours and Half-Hours
and My First Book of Money: Counting Coins