A variation on the money-matching game is playing "candy shop" where the "customer" gets "candy" (the pictured cards) in exchange for the listed price. Great for reinforcing monetary value as well as exploring the idea of working in a shop.
In this game every player starts with five dollars. Students draw cards and then read and decide if they have to add or subtract money. The winner is the player with the most money at the end of the game.
Do you play Race to a Dollar? I do, but with a different board. This post includes boards for Race to a Dime, Race to a Quarter, Race to a Dollar and Race to Twenty Dollars! Great resources for differentiation.