# COIN SEARCH

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Practice finding and identifying coins.

Pennies, Nickels, Dimes, Quarters.

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

 LESSON LEARNED     Coin identification.

 OTHER SKILLS REINFORCED Counting

 SUGGESTED GRADE LEVELS   K to 2   Multiple levels.

 Suggested Money Lesson Plan for this Worksheet   Teach your students how to identify coins and the value of each coin type.    .

 WORKSHEET Instructions Have students place an "X" on the coins that match the first coin.  In addition, students may write the number of matching coins they have found in the space provided.   This worksheet may be adjusted according to 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 may increase the number of coins, and also identify all types of coins.  Also, change to coin values or coin names.

LEVEL 1 (Easiest)

THREE COINS

## and face pictures.  Focus on specific coins, or use multiple types.

 Number of questions     1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8   SELECT ALL COIN TYPES DESIRED:  Pennies   Nickels     Dimes      Quarters    Coin Type to find:          Show Coin Show Amount (1 cent, 5 cent, etc) Show Word (Penny, Nickel, etc) This is the coin to search for.  Choices include either using a picture of a coin, using a coin with the amount written on it, or using a coin with the word of the coin name written on it.   Coin Type to search:     Show Coin Show Amount (1 cent, 5 cent, etc) Show Word (Penny, Nickel, etc) Same type of choices as above.  This is for the coins being searched.   Maximum number of coins per question         2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 Increase the number of coins to have more coins to search.  If you increase this number, you many wish to decrease the number of questions on the page.   Random number of coins    Face pictures                 You may remove the face picture for older students.     Note - Requires FULL Membership

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