Are you tired of scouting for worksheets on U.S. money? We have got you covered! Let kids rock and roll with this bundle of worksheets on money. Equipped to foster skills like counting pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, counting coins and bills, adding money, and making change, these money worksheets are a class apart. Also included are charts on U.S. Money for kids to understand money values, sort and name coins, and more.
This collection of free money worksheets caters to students from kindergarten through grade 6.
Aimed at elementary students, this chart provides a perfect introduction to pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars. It helps students identify the face of the coins, its value, and the names of the coins.
Get ready to practice identifying the seven denominations of American paper currency with this colorful and informative American Bills Chart. The chart shows both sides of the bill and the monetary value of each bill.
Let’s move on from bills and coins to writing amounts in words. Express amounts with the help of words such as dollars and cents, and convert word amounts to decimal figures in these pdf worksheets.
Ringing aloud with exercises aplenty, this fascinating bunch of identifying U.S. coins worksheets makes learning money a fun affair. Children get solid knowledge of U.S. coins and start identifying them in a breeze!
Practice counting U.S. coins in a fun way with these worksheets. Included in this collection are exercises that prompt children to count coins and total up the value, among others.
Counting coins and bills printable worksheets help kids identify American coins and bills and count amounts in various denominations. Add different amounts of money and determine the total amount too.
Help children master the concept of money equivalency with this set of worksheets. Get them to understand that different combinations of bills and coins can have the same value.
Toggle effortlessly between dollars and cents with these worksheets, where children bear in mind that one dollar is equal to 100 cents, as they convert the given amounts as indicated.
Buckle down with our comparing U.S. money worksheets until you have mastered comparing money soup to nuts. In the engaging pdf exercises included here, children compare and contrast amounts featuring coins and bills.
Discover a treasure trove of ordering money worksheets, where pdf resources for ordering U.S. coins and bills never cease to delight kids. Watch the child sort money like a pro as they progress through the set by leaps and bounds.
Provide comprehensive practice on adding money with these colorful and vibrant worksheets. To determine the total amount, students look for the prices of the items and add up the values.
With this bundle of worksheets on subtracting money, kids go on a shopping spree, compare the prices of the same product at store A and Store B, and find which store offers a better deal.
Test how well kids make change with these worksheets on making change for amounts up to $40. Add the prices of the products and subtract the amount of purchase from the amount paid to record the correct change.