Students practice counting coins and writing the respective
Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.
Available with faces (younger students) and without
face pictures for older students. Includes US, Canadian, British,
and Euro Coins. Dollar and two dollar coins (Loonie, Toonie)
Coin counting practice.
Math - Addition
1st, 2nd, 3rd Grade
Suggested Money Lesson Plan
for this Worksheet
Use this lesson to teach your students to identify coins and the
value of each coin type.
Coins add up to larger values.
This random worksheet may be used in many different ways depending on the
skill level of your students.
For students just beginning to identify 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 can increase the number
of coins, and also count all types of coins.
Face pictures may be removed for older
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