Australian Money Charts
How well do your little bankers know their coins and banknotes? Give kids in the foundation through year 3 a head-start with money using this pack of Australian money chart pdfs to familiarize them with the Australian currency. Know the people on coins and banknotes, comprehend the value of each coin using a multitude of exercises. Kids comprehend more deeply and remember more of what they learn with these printable currency charts that help trigger connections with the lesson. Print our free charts and captivate kids!
The ability to recognize money is a valuable skill in every kid's life. Develop this skill among children in foundation and year 1 with the Australian dollars and cents chart featuring 5c, 10c, 20c, 50c, $1 and $2 coins.
The first step toward handling money is learning to identify it. The objective of this printable Australian banknotes chart comprising $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 is to impart this basic skill.
If you are looking for a combo of Australian coins and notes chart pdf, then this should be your pick. Use this show-and-tell chart to help kids of year 2 and year 3 identify the cents and dollars in a jiffy.
Do you have a platypus or an echidna on the reverse of your coin? Do you know whose picture is on the obverse of your coin? Learn to identify coins based on what is on the head and tail of each.
How many five cent coins will you get in exchange for a fifty cent coin? This printable chart helps children understand the value of a particular coin in relation to another.
How about a game of Monopoly? Give elementary school kids a real-time experience in handling money with these play coins and dollars. Snip the Australian cents and dollars and get started.
Cut the coins and their equivalent values, sort, and glue them in the respective columns to complete this activity pdf to reinforce money identification skills of year 3 kids.