American Money Charts and Activities
Teaching money becomes a lot easier and interesting with this collection of American money charts and activities. Identification of coins and bills and their values in cents and dollars are a prerequisite in teaching counting and comparing money. The activities and charts here provide a strong foundation in building this skill in kids of kindergarten through elementary school.
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Have you ever observed the U.S. pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars? Do you know the value of these in cents or what's on their obverse and reverse face? Get a vivid picture of all this here.
Familiarize kids with the U.S. bills using this super simple chart illustrating the front and back faces of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 bills. Repetition is the key to help kids identify the bills with ease.
Are you looking for a chart with American coins and bills? Then this two-in-one chart is all you need. Repeat the show-and-tell process until the kids are able to recognize the coins and bills easily.
Have you ever tossed a coin? Can you tell what's on the head and the tail of a penny, nickel, dime, quarter and half dollar? Tabulated in this chart are the names of presidents, symbols and values.
With all the coins and a $1 bill, this handout is apt for kids to recapitulate and bolster identification skills by looking at the obverse and reverse sides of coins and a $1 bill.
How about learning place value with money? The money chart shows the place value with the decimal point separating the cents from the dollars. This place value poster is a must-have for your class.
How many pennies make a nickel or how many nickels make a dime? The equivalency chart shows conversions of American currency from one unit to the other.
Kids love to play with the money, don't they? Take enough printouts of the play money, laminate them and give children more opportunities to handle bills and coins and get a real-time experience.
Add-on to your money recognition skills with this cut-and-glue activity. Snip the coins and their values in cents and dollars, sort and glue them in the correct columns.
Recapitulate money identification skills with this interesting pdf activity. Cut the obverse and reverse sides of coins, sort them as penny, nickel, dime and quarter and glue them in the correct piggy banks.
This matching activity specifically focuses on the presidents who appear on coins and bills. Children read the names of presidents and match them to the bills and coins that feature them.