Practice counting money by counting dollars,
bills, and coins. Cents including Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters. Also, you may use coins with amounts written on
the coin, coin names, the back of coins, Canadian coins
(including the dollar coins, the loonie and toonie), Euro
coins, and British coins. Mix coin fronts and backs - heads
and tails. Choose currency in either cents or
1 to 5+
Suggested Money Lesson Plan
for this Worksheet
Teach your students how to identify and count
coins and the value of each coin type, and the relationship
between dollars and cents.
Have students place an "X" on the coins that
add up to total the amount given.
This worksheet may be adjusted according to the
skill level of your students. For students just beginning
counting money and counting coins, configure the worksheet to use only one type of coin
(such as all pennies). Then slowly add additional types of
coins. More advanced students may increase the number of
coins, and also identify all types of coins. Also, change to
coin values or coin names, or reverse the coin value order.
Multiple currencies are available. If you
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