Money is an integral part of our life. Hence, teaching kids of grade 3 and grade 4 to manage money is a vital math topic. This compilation of money worksheets on counting U.S. bills and coins is sure to impart an in-depth knowledge in managing money as kids practice counting coins like pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and $1, $5, $10, $100 bills. Find practice PDFs to count and check if there's enough money to buy items you need, and learn the most important aspect of saving money as well.
Counting coins and $1 bill
Familiarize kids with the American currency coins like pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half-dollars and one-dollar bills in this array of worksheets. Direct kids to count the bills and coins and write the amount in the space provided.
Counting coins and bills ($1, $5, $10)
Bolster skills in counting U.S. coins and bills featuring all the coins and dollar bills ranging up to $10. Compute the amount in each money problem and write the value.
Counting U.S. Bills and Coins
Count the money in each question, look for the matching price tags in the shopping catalog and map the letter on the item to the correct amount. The easy level has items worth ≤ $100 while the moderate level has items worth ≥ $100.
Level: Easy, Moderate (3 worksheets each)
Matching U.S. Money to Value
This unit of U.S. money worksheets present the bills and coins on one side and the value on the other. Instruct kids to count the money and match it to its equivalent value.
Matching Money to Money
This differentiated exercise is very helpful in testing the conceptual knowledge as kids count the bills and coins on either side. They identify the equal amounts and connect the matching sets.
Counting U.S. Money | MCQ
Determine the total amount of bills and coins in each set and choose the correct amount in this MCQ section of money worksheets. Best serves as a recapitulation exercise.
U.S. Money | Cut and Paste Activity
Enumerate the bills and coins in each purse and figure out the item that matches the amount in the purse. Cut the items and glue them below the appropriate purse to complete the worksheets.
Is there enough money?
This batch of worksheets will give you a real-time shopping experience. Read each real-life scenario carefully, count the amount in each wallet and write if there is enough money in the wallet to buy the item.
Examine the piggy banks, count the U.S. bills and coins in each piggy bank. Then answer the questions on saving based on your observation and comprehension.