Learning how to
count, use, and identify coins is an important basic money skill to learn at an early age. These
printable worksheets and teaching lessons will help your students master counting money with coins, whether they are just beginning to
learn to count coins, or if they need additional practice.
Worksheets are customizable for varying abilities and ages.
Lessons include United States coins,
Canadian coins (including dollar and
two dollar coins the Loonie and Toonie), Euros, and British Currency. Also see our other sections on money identification and making change to teach other money skills, or if your students are having trouble counting money.
Our basic worksheet for practice counting coins and money. Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters. Also, you may use coins with amounts written on the coin, coin names, the back of coins, Canadian coins (including Loonies), Euros, and British Currency. Also mix coin fronts and coin backs - heads and tails. 1 cent, 5 cents, 10 cents, 25 cents.
Students become acquainted with money. Lesson includes learning about money as an exchange tool to purchase goods, and developing responsible attitudes and appreciation of money. Includes play store activity.
A coin puzzle worksheet. Students must solve the money puzzle problems. Various amounts of coins and amounts are given. Students must answer what coins might make up the combinations.
Money charts (graphs, tables) to use for students to practice counting money. For example, students may count a bag of money and then write each type of money counted on this sheet. Finally, calculate the total amount of money found.