TEACHING AND LEARNING MONEY MATH WORKSHEETS AND LESSON PLANS MONEY COMPARISON WORKSHEET - LESSON PLAN COMPARING MONEY click to go to worksheet

Practice comparing numeric money amounts.

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 LESSON LEARNED     Money Comparison.

 OTHER SKILLS REINFORCED Basic Money Math

 SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS   2+   Multiple levels.

 WORKSHEET AND LESSON PLAN INSTRUCTIONS   This worksheet involves comparing different money amounts.   Students are to compare the two amounts on each line and circle the amount that is greater.     This worksheet has a basic and configurable option.  Choose to configure your worksheet to choose larger money amounts, or to focus on specific types of amounts.  For example, focus on amounts that nickels may add up to by choosing .05 for money value.  Make your selections then press get worksheet.

BASIC WORKSHEET

Compare penny amounts up to 25 cents.

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BASIC WORKSHEET

Compare penny amounts up to \$1.00

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BASIC WORKSHEET

Compare quarter amounts up to \$5.00.

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specific coin types or amounts.

 Number of questions     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10   Money Value \$ In dollars and cents. Choose the money value that will be used.  For example, choose .01 (or pennies) means all amounts may be added up with pennies.  Choose .05 (nickels) for only amounts that may be added up with nickels.  Likewise for quarters, dollars.   Maximum Money \$ In dollars and cents. This is the maximum amount that the money will add up to.     Include answers?  NOTE: Answers appear on a separate page when printed.         Note - Requires FULL Membership

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