Subtracting Money Worksheets
Check out this pack of printable subtracting U.S. money worksheets curated to fit into 2nd grade through 6th grade math curriculum involving both strategic and comprehensive approaches to help kids handle money, backed by engaging pdf worksheets with exercise in cents to dollars, learn to make change, solve riddles and a multitude of real-life word problems. Better buckle up, for there’s a lot of ground to cover. Jump-start practice with our free worksheets!
Take advantage of these making change worksheet pdfs and learn to pay with fewest U.S. coins and bills, figure out the change due, solve themed word problems and build skills in calculating the change.
Treat grade 2 and grade 3 kids to some retail therapy with these printables. Count the U.S. coins, write the amount in each set, deduct the price of each item displayed on the tag and write what's left.
If you’re committed to bargain-hunting, then this section of pdf worksheets is for you. The tag shows the original and the marked down price in U.S. dollars. Subtract the two amounts and write the discount.
Assorted subtracting money problems, here are presented in standard form both horizontal and vertical, as price tags and as word problems. Solve them in a jiffy, as the problems deal with amounts less than $10.
These four-part worksheet pdfs will help 4th grade and 5th grade kids with whatever practice, they need to feed their money managing skills. Just stroll on and practice 2-digit money subtraction with ease.
Try this batch of worksheets and practice subtracting money across zeros. This can get a little tricky, as kids try to regroup. Find adequate problems presented in four different formats to bolster skills.
Comparison shopping is very crucial. Walk through this set of printable worksheets for 3rd grade kids and see for yourself how much James, Susan and Logan could have saved; had they compared the prices.
Expect to find fifteen standard subtracting money problems in each worksheet. Be prepared to indulge in a little fun as kids of grade 4 and grade 5 map the letters to the answers and decode the riddle.
Make your way through the three department stores to refuel your shopping frenzy and reaffirm subtracting money skills as kids read each scenario and solve the word problems.
Are you looking for challenging problems? Children of grade 6 become adept in subtracting money ranging from hundreds to thousands of dollars and solve real-life money word problems too.