Teaching children about money may begin at an early age.  Children in kindergarten, preschool, or younger may begin to learn money skills.  An introduction to money should include both money identification and counting money skills.


Here are some recommended printable money worksheets and interactive lessons that are appropriate for teaching money to kindergarten and preschool.  Many of these worksheets are customizable to the particular needs of your student or child, and may be used in school or at home.


Begin with money recognition and identification to learn money identification.  Then practice counting with coins and bills.


Money Recognition and Identification

For early money students, or students who need

help identifying money and related values. Identify coins



Money Introduction Printable Pages

Introduce your students to the penny, nickel, dime, quarter and dollar.  Use the following printable pages for early money identification.

Students may use the sheets for coloring money including coins and bills.



Print Coins Play Money

Customize your own page of play money printed coins.

Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

Also, you may use coins with amounts written on the coin, coin names,

the back of coins, or Canadian coins. Coin print out.



Play Money - Bills

Sample play money to print and cut out.

Available in US and Canadian currency.

Make your own custom sheets of play money.



Coin Search

A simple coin identification worksheet.

Practice finding and identifying coins.



Identifying Money

Learning to Identify Money with Coins.



Match Coin Amounts

Practice matching money

amounts to matching coins.



Coin Identification Match

Matching coins to words.

Match the pictures of coins to the letters or word or number.



Money Mix and Match

Students practice matching and counting coins.

Match coin fronts to fronts, fronts to backs, numeric values, and word values.

Includes many different selections of coin types

and number of coins that you may configure and select.



Count and Trace

Practice counting coins and using number tracing

to write the respective amounts.



Coin Shopping Match

Practice matching coin amounts to items.




Counting Money with Coins


Counting Money - Count Coins

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.



How Much?

Practice counting coins and writing the respective amounts.

Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

Available with faces (younger students) and without face pictures.



Learn to Count Coins

Practice coin counting.

only pennies, or count all coins.



Money Matching

Practice identifying coins and respective amounts.




Count Money -  Bills and Dollars

Teach and learn to count and use money

with a focus on bills and dollars. Counting money and

counting bills.



Counting Bills

Worksheets to learn to count money with bills.

Our basic counting dollars and bills worksheet.  Practice

counting money by counting bills.  Dollars, fives, tens, twenties.

US or Canadian bills.



Counting Money

Counting money. Learn to count money

with a focus on dollars and bills.






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Kindergarten Worksheets and Lesson Plans

Basic math, telling time, calendars, reading, writing, and other basic subjects. For children learning basic skills, and older special needs students.



For more money worksheets for teaching kindergarten

and other elementary resources, to the Money Instructor home page.




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