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# Counting Money Worksheets

Money worksheets contain counting all U.S. coins such as pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and all U.S. bills. Each counting money worksheet has at least two word problems except for pennies. It also contains finding equal amount of money, identifying least number of coins and bills, equivalent amount of coins, money charts and money word problems.

Money Charts

Printable money charts help teachers and homeschool moms in teaching money to their kids.

Coins and Value: U.S. Coins Chart

Bills and Value: U.S. Bills Chart

All Coins and Bills: Complete Money Chart

Coins with President's Name: Front and Back

1 cent to 100 cents: Penny to One-dollar

Counting Pennies

Count the pennies and write the total amount under each piggy bank. Order your answers from least to greatest. Write the alphabet associated with each answer arranged in an order and find the mystery animal.

Counting Nickels and Dimes

Count the number of nickels or dimes and write the total amount in cents. Two word problems included in each worksheet. Word problems in nickels contain wallet theme and dimes contain toy theme.

Nickels:

Dimes:

Mixed:

Counting Quarters and Half-dollars

Count the number of quarters or half-dollars in each problem and write the total value of the money. Two word problems included.

Quarters:

Half-Dollars:

Mixed:

Counting Different Coins

Count the coins to find the cost of each item. There are two counting word problems in each worksheet to reinforce the knowledge in counting U.S. coins.

P, N, D and Q:

All coins:

Counting Bills

Count the bills and find the amount. Match the money in each section with the item showing same amount.

1, 5, 10, 20 dollar bills:

All denominations:

Counting Coins and Bills

There are items listed with price tag. Count the amount of money in each question and write the correct alphabet to show the item you can buy with that amount.

Level 1: Up to 100 dollars

Level 2: Above 100 dollars:

Comparing Money

Count the coins on both wallets. Use >, < or = symbol to show more, less or equal amount of money respectively. Based on information, answer the questions.

Only Coins:

Coins and Bills:

Equal Amount

Find the amount of money in each piggy bank. Answer the five word problems based on having an equal amount of money and comparing the amount of money.

Only Coins:

Coins and Bills:

Least number of coins

Each worksheet has five items for sale. Use the fewest number of coins to buy each item.

Least number of bills and coins

Each worksheet has 5 problems identifying the fewest number of bills and coins required in buying items.

Equivalent Coins

Each worksheet has two sections. First section is about matching equivalent coins and second section is about writing equivalent number of coins.