Money Worksheets includes 60 pages to help your students practice money skills.
This packet will help you teach your students money concept and is designed to give your students a good brain workout and make them think.
Use this resource with your 1st grade, 2nd grade, or 3rd-grade classroom or homeschool students.
The worksheets are great for review, morning work, seat work, math centers or stations, homework, assessment, and more.
The focus of packet is on Penny, Nickel, Dime and Quarter with the total value of coins limited to within 100 cents.
Money worksheets include:
Identify the coins. (20 pages)
- Color the coins.
- Cut and paste the coins.
- Match each coin with its name.
- Color by coins.
- Put the coins in the right purse.
- Write the name of each coin and then Color the front of it.
- Complete the graph.
- Cut and paste coins and values under the correct names.
Count the coins. (13 pages)
- Count the coins.
- Write the amount in cents.
- Cut out the coins and glue them into the right piggy bank.
- Add the coins and write the total amount in the box.
- Count each set of coins.
- Comparing total amounts.
- Color the piggy bank has with more money.
How much money? (27 pages)
- How much more money you need to pay the exact amount.
- Draw a line from each item to the correct amount of money.
- Pay for each item.
- Show what coins you use.
- Find two ways to pay for each item.
- Pay the exact amount. How much money do you need to buy the items?
- Color the coins you need to buy each item.
- How many items can you buy with each set?
- Pay the exact amount. What change do you get back?
- Word Problems.
- Use the pictures to solve the word problems.
How to save this free money worksheet:
- Click and hold (Mac) or right mouse click (PC) on of the image below until a dialog box appears.
- If you are using Internet Explorer, select “Download image to disk.” If you are using Google Chrome, select “Save this image as.”
- A box pops up asking you where you want to save the image to. Navigate to the folder in which you want to keep your images.
- Usually, you’ll want to rename the image, giving it a name that will make sense to you a few months down the line. In the “Save image as” box, change the name of the picture to the name you have chosen.
- If you are working on a Mac, also make sure that the name you choose ends in .jpg (if you are using a PC it will automatically insert this extension for you).
- Click on the “save” button. You now have an identical copy of this worksheet.
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