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Welcome to our collection of counting money worksheets accompanied by answer keys, designed to make learning about American currency engaging and practical for kids of all ages! From identifying and recognizing the names and values of currency coins and dollar bills to identifying the cent and dollar symbols, counting money, converting between dollars and cents, finding equivalent amounts, and solving real-life word problems, each PDF is packed with exercises to build essential money management skills while keeping learning fun! Tap into knowledge with our free money worksheets!

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Coins and Their Names

Kick-off practice with these printable charts that display coins of various denominations and help learn their values and names.

Writing Money in Words and Figures Up to \$100

Whether it's writing money amounts in words or expressing the word names as figures, these money in words worksheets are a must-have!

Matching Coins and Their Names

Does your child have trouble identifying U.S. coins? Kindergarten and grade 1 kids match each U.S. coin to its name in this exercise.

Counting Pennies

This section of our counting money worksheets provides ample practice in counting pennies with precision.

Counting U.S. Bills and Coins within \$100

With whole number amounts within \$100, figuring out the total value of the given bills and coins is all you need to do!

Arranging Amounts in Order | Coins

Determine the value of the money in each piggy bank and find out who has the most and least money, then arrange the names as instructed.

How Much Should I Pay? | Cents

Add the price of the two items expressed in cents and find the total in these U.S. money worksheets.

What Is the Change Due? | As Few Coins As Possible

Children in grade 2 and above estimate the change due after a purchase using the fewest coins of each denomination.

Rounding to the Nearest Dollar

Swiftly round off amounts to their nearest whole dollars and hone skills in everyday money transactions.

U.S. Bills and Their Values

Put these American bills charts up in your classroom that help recognize the obverse and reverse of dollar bills and learn their values.

Writing Money in Words and Figures Up to \$1000

This set, equipped with decimal figures up to \$1000 and their word names in dollars and cents, will assist in expressing money in words.

Choosing the Correct Values for United States Coins

Let your understanding of American coins ring louder with these identifying U.S. coins worksheets. Keenly look at each coin and identify its value.

Exchanging Coins

In these equivalent money worksheets for 3rd grade and 4th grade, fill in the blanks with the equivalents of the indicated amounts and choose the correct options.

Identifying the Combination of Coins

Observe the amounts expressed in cents and decode the combination of coins to match their value.

Counting and Comparing Coins

Showcase your counting prowess as you count two sets of coins and compare them using symbols.

Coins and Their Values

These U.S. coin names and values charts help familiarize little ones with the value of the penny, nickel, dime, and quarter.

What Is Left? | Balance Amounts in Cents

Calculate and record the amount left after each purchase and foster responsible spending habits.

Calculating the Change with Fewest Coins

Find the value of the provided bills and draw coins to express change with the fewest coins.

Converting between Dollars and Cents

Explore this set of converting between dollars and cents worksheets for grade 5 and grade 6 and practice converting money between dollars and cents.

Names and Values of U.S. Bills

This section of our money worksheets serves as visual aid tools for learning the denominations and features of U.S. bills.

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