# Making Change Worksheets

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Equip kids with our making change worksheets that come with answer keys and help them master money management skills. Through engaging exercises involving whole-dollar amounts to decimal amounts and real-life word problems, students practice estimating change, calculating change, and determining the fewest coins needed to make a given amount, and in the process build competence in handling financial transactions. Take advantage of our free worksheets to get a jumpstart.

Determining Coin Change with Fewest Coins

Find the minimum number of coins under each denomination to make the given amount to complete these fewest coins worksheets.

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

Figure out the change by observing the price tag and money paid and expressing the change using as few coins as possible.

Expressing Change with the Fewest Coins and Bills

Each making change worksheet in this set has bills illustrated. Sketch out the fewest coins based on the key to represent the change due.

Calculate the change by deducting the productâ€™s price given as whole dollars from the total amount in these printables.

Bolster their money-handling skills as you let children look at the price tags and the bills in these estimating change worksheets involving simple cash transactions.

Read each word problem carefully, and apply your real-life money transaction skills to determine the change after purchase.

Calculating Change from a One-Dollar Bill | Level 1

Determine the change obtained after buying items priced under $1 in these making change worksheets using a one-dollar bill.

Determining the Change from U.S. Bills | Level 2

Add the cost of multiple objects illustrated in this PDF resource and subtract from the total amount to determine the change.

Finding the Due Change from Receipts

Study the receipts in these practice sheets and calculate the difference between the amount tendered and the total price of the purchased items.