# Comparing and Ordering U.S. Money Worksheets

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Work your way through our comparing and ordering U.S. money worksheets packed with well-organized exercises and word problems that offer kids the push they need to handle money in real life. From comparing the money values using greater than, less than, or equal to symbols to ordering U.S. coins and bills from greatest to smallest and vice versa, this pdf resource acquaints kids with viewing money in relative terms. Our answer keys promote effortless evaluation. Try our free worksheets for a sneak peek!

Count the coins in each coin purse and determine if the amount of money in one purse is greater than or less than the other or if both are equal.

Take a closer look at the obverse and reverse of the U.S. coins and arrange them in order according to their value in this set of ordering U.S. money worksheets.

Arranging Amounts in Order | Coins

Observe the coin pouches, write how much money there is in each, and order the names as instructed after finding out who has the most and least money.

Counting and Comparing Coins and Bills

Bills enter the scene in these comparing U.S. money worksheets, where kids discern how two amounts relate to each other and write the correct symbols.

Counting and Ordering | Coins and Bills

Ask the little geniuses in to count the bills and coins to find the total amount and arrange the values in ascending or descending order to answer the riddles.

Comparing Prices | Is It Cheap or Expensive?

Polish practical money skills using these exercises that involve observing the prices of pairs of objects to find if one costs more or less than the other.

Solving Word Problems | Comparison of Money

Let the budding bankers witness money and everyday transactions in real life with these comparing American money worksheets packed with word problems.

Do You Have Enough Money? | Coins

The task here is to count and calculate the amount in each piggy bank to determine whether the money is enough to purchase the product.

Is the Money Sufficient? | Bills and Coins

Coins and bills share the spotlight in these printables. Determine if the money in the wallet is enough to buy a given product.

Observe the price tags and choose the store that offers the better buy in this section of our comparing and ordering U.S. money worksheets.