Are you tired of scouting for free worksheets on U.S. money? Don't panic as we have got you covered! Let kids rock and roll with this bundle of worksheets on money. Equipped to foster a variety of skills like counting pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters, counting coins and bills, adding money, making change, and a lot more, these free money worksheets are a class apart. In addition, this section includes charts on U.S. Money, enabling learners to visualize and understand the values of money, as well as sort and name coins.
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.
Practice counting U.S. coins in a super fun way with this set of amazing worksheets. Prompt students to count each coin, total up the value, and jot it down in the worksheet.
Counting coins and bills printable worksheets prepare you to skillfully identify the American coins and bills; they also provide substantial practice to counting amounts presented in various denominations. Instruct students to add different amounts of money and determine the total amount.
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 free 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 effectively students can make change with these free worksheets that focus on making change for amounts up to $40. First, add the prices of the products and then subtract the amount of purchase from the amount paid to record the correct change.