Even at the ballpark, solving story problems is important. How much will it cost to buy a hot dog and an ice cream cone?
A day at the farmers market is not just good for nutrition; it's also good for math skills. Kids see vegetables and sets of coins representing price.
Count up the coins to win big in this money quiz! Kids will get great practice doing fill-in-the-bubble style quizzes.
Has your first grader taken a look at the majestic eagle on the back of the quarter? Practice recognizing the reverse side of coins with this money worksheet.
In this worksheet, kids read the cost of fruit, then count coins to match each type of fruit with the coins needed to buy it.
There's a face on the front of a dime, but what's on the back? Teach your first grader how to recognizes dimes from the back with this count and add worksheet.
Kids learn the appearance and value of pennies, count pennies, and write the number of cents for the pennies on this first grade math worksheet.
Counting quarters is simple once you learn how. Practice counting quarters with your child using this math worksheet.
Kids learn the appearance and value of dimes, count dimes, and write the number of cents for the dimes on this first grade math worksheet.