Can your child find his way through this maze? Roll fine motor skills practice into St. Patrick's Day fun, or bring some Irish luck to any day of the year!
In this 3rd grade math worksheet, your child will practice making change by subtracting the price of an item from the coins he has to find how much he has left.
Give your little financier a hand with adding coins. He'll add coins in his head and tally the amount to figure out the price of the item shown.
Sneak some sweetness into your child's math practice with this candy coated coin worksheet! She'll look at price tags to add up how much each child spent at the candy store.
Teach your child how to write money amounts with this worksheet, where heâll practice translating written numbers from words into numerical digits.
Get out your coin purse, it's time to do a little math shopping! How many of each type of coin do you need to afford these items?
How much does that hamburger cost? Give your little spender a hand in counting up coins and dollars to equal an amount.
Assist your little financier with adding coins. She'll add up coins in her head and tally the amount to figure out the price of the item shown.
Help your second grader test his coin savvy with this worksheet that asks him to connect groups of coins to the values that match.
This coin currency worksheet will boost your second grader's recognition of coins, as well as her critical thinking skills!