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# Adding U.S. Money Worksheets

Printable adding money worksheets feature a collection of engaging exercises to bolster the skill of adding U.S. coins and bills. This vital skill can be practiced with PDF worksheets to find the total price of the items, solve word problems, make receipts and many such interesting themed activities for kids of grade 2 through grade 6. Add accurately, learn to handle money and get money wise with the free worksheets here!

Shopping is therapeutic, isn't it? Take little shoppers in 2nd grade and 3rd grade on a shopping spree, direct them to look at the cost of each item expressed in cents, add the prices of all the items in a set and write the total value.

Get your trolleys ready and grab everything you can. It's a steal! Add the cost listed on the tags of each pair of items and match the sum with the equivalent values. These pdf worksheets are ideal for grade 3 and grade 4 children.

This printable set of assorted money problems is presented horizontally, vertically, as price tags and as word problems in two levels of difficulty. The items in Level 1 are priced up to $10, while in Level 2, the prices go up to $100.

The shopping carts are full. The staff at the counter is looking for help. Look up the price of the items specified in the catalog, find the total amount and help her make the receipts in a jiffy, won't you?

A penny saved is a penny earned. The more you practice adding money the wiser you get. Add up the amounts in each of the standard adding money problems, map the answers to the letters and decode the riddle.

Shop till you drop, walk into each of the three stores and check how much money has to be paid in each transaction by quickly adding up the prices of the items indicated in each themed word problem.

Read each word problem in these pdf worksheets and list out the items on the receipt along with the price of each. Quickly add up the prices and write the total value. Make a receipt is all you have to do and foot the bill if you like to!

Don't let your practice stop here! Learn to apply the concept of adding money in real-life scenarios with this printable resource. Kids in 4th grade and 5th grade need to comprehend the problem, highlight the prices of the items, and effortlessly add them up to compute the total.

Do you splurge or squirrel away? Beware! These items are expensive and sure to burn a hole in your pocket. Go ahead if you are ready to splash out as the prices range from hundreds to thousands of dollars. These handouts are suitable for 5th grade and 6th grade kids.