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Practice Test: Money

Worksheet

Practice Test: Money

Review money topics with this nifty practice quiz covering counting coins to solving word problems.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing

Game

Identifying Coins: Couch Fishing

Kids identify US coins in this interactive money math game.

1st grade

Math

Game

Money Math: Piggy Bank

Game

Money Math: Piggy Bank

Kids practice counting up coins and adding money to this virtual piggy bank.

2nd grade

Math

Game

Dollars and Cents: How Much?

Worksheet

Dollars and Cents: How Much?

Test your second grader's money sense with an exercise in counting up dollars and cents.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Money Math: Shopping with Penelope

Game

Money Math: Shopping with Penelope

Kids identify and add up coins in this money manipulatives game.

2nd grade

Math

Game

Money, Money, Money!

Workbook

Money, Money, Money!

This workbook is all about helping first graders ace their money math. Counting coins, word problems, and coin matching will help familiarize kids with the basics of money.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Learn the Coins: The Quarter

Worksheet

Learn the Coins: The Quarter

Which coin features our first president? Kids learn as they also practice tracing, counting, and coloring the fabulous quarter.

Kindergarten

Math

Worksheet

Dollars and Sense

Workbook

Dollars and Sense

This workbook makes sense of cents and the dollar bill. This set of worksheets will usher kids through counting, matching prices to money, and making change, with word problems and visual aids.

2nd grade

Math

Workbook

Add Up the Change

Worksheet

Add Up the Change

On this third grade math worksheet, kids use addition and/or multiplication skills to determine the total value of each set of coins.

3rd grade

Math

Worksheet

Making Change: Coffee Shop Math

Worksheet

Making Change: Coffee Shop Math

Kids love holding, counting, and pretending with money, so why not add in a little math practice on the side? Kids add up the orders and figure out the change.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Money Word Problems #1

Worksheet

Money Word Problems #1

These word problem worksheets on money will have your 1st-grader making change in no time.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Math Money Word Problems

Worksheet

Math Money Word Problems

Money math is an important part of everyday life. Help your little one learn to add and subtract money sums with these word problems.

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Money

Guided Lesson

Money

As second graders deepen their understanding of value, money will take an important place in the math curriculum. You can help teach kids the value of coins with this guided money lesson, designed by our team of curriculum experts. The lesson features targeted instruction and helpful exercises that provide practical real-life examples for kids to use in practicing this skill.

2nd grade

Math

Guided Lesson

Counting Coins

Lesson Plan

Counting Coins

Help your students learn to count money with this teacher-approved lesson. They'll love learning how much their favorite things are worth.

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Time and Money Math

Workbook

Time and Money Math

For first graders taking on the concepts of time and money, this workbook dives in with clock reading and coin counting practice.

1st grade

Math

Workbook

Money Math!

Lesson Plan

Money Math!

Money makes the world go 'round, but do your students know why money is important? In this lesson, students will learn the real world applications of money, as well as how to make a dollar with various coins.

2nd grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Money Math: Learning Coins

Workbook

Money Math: Learning Coins

By preschool, children understand that money has value but not what that value is. With this workbook, children can memorize the quantities associated with coins and practice adding cents.

Preschool

Math

Workbook

Money Math: All About Coins

Workbook

Money Math: All About Coins

Help your kindergartener hone his counting skills with the help of coins. Pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters take center stage to help your child count and practice basic addition and subtraction.

Kindergarten

Math

Workbook

Money Addition

Worksheet

Money Addition

Help your little one build money sense with this exercise about adding coins and dollars to pay for these items!

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

Counting Money for Red Envelopes: A Chinese New Year Tradition

Lesson Plan

Counting Money for Red Envelopes: A Chinese New Year Tradition

“Gong Xi Fa Cai, Hong Bao Na Lai!” This means "Happy New Year, Give me my red envelope!" Students will count coins and write the value all while learning about the Chinese New Year tradition of handing out red envelopes filled with money.

1st grade

Math

Lesson Plan

Understanding Word Problems: Money

Worksheet

Understanding Word Problems: Money

Use this worksheet to support your learner as they use their reading skills in math. They will read word problems and identify the important information. With this skill, they are sure to gain a better grasp on how to solve word problems!

2nd grade

Math

Worksheet

How Much Does It Cost? #1

Worksheet

How Much Does It Cost? #1

Little shoppers, here's a coin-counting challenge! Add up the coins to find out how much each of these items costs.

1st grade

Math

Worksheet

Monster Money

Worksheet

Monster Money

These little monsters have earned some money, but which monster has the most?

Kindergarten

Math

Worksheet

Money Math

Workbook

Money Math

Here is an introduction to the four U.S. coins for beginners. Kids will practice recognizing and adding coin values in advanced counting practice.

Kindergarten

Math

Workbook

Count the Pocket Change

Worksheet

Count the Pocket Change

Teach your child how to turn loose change into spending money with this coin-counting worksheet.

Kindergarten

Math

Worksheet

Show them the money! Even students think that adding money is more fun than subtracting it. With colorful pictures and fun word problems, these materials will help students add money successfully. There are also games to make teaching how to add money interactive and fun. Money tests help check in on students’ understanding.

When students first learn to add, they’ll likely use simple objects that can be counted on one hand. While this is good for learning the concept and the basic addition facts that are necessary in future mathematical concepts, adding more complex things like money will likely be used more often in the real world.

American money comes in two forms: dollars and cents. It is important to label each of these in money math. The smallest whole unit of money is the dollar. One dollar is made up of one hundred cents. While it is correct to write $1, it is common to include the cents in the form of a decimal attached to the whole dollar: $1.00.

Adding money is not much different from multi-digit addition problems. When writing out a money math problem, the problem is written vertically, with the two addends above a vinculum. A vinculum is the horizontal line that represents the equal sign in a vertical math problem.

One difference between adding money and standard addition is that, even whole dollar amounts should be written with a decimal point to a precision of two places, or the hundredths in order to show the cents. The two addends should have their decimal points aligned to ensure that the dollars and cents in the sum are correct. For example:

$4.32

__+ $4.28__

$8.60

Working with students on a variety of addition problems involving adding money using the resources provided above by Education.com may help them to understand the special requirements of money in math problems.

American money comes in two forms: dollars and cents. It is important to label each of these in money math. The smallest whole unit of money is the dollar. One dollar is made up of one hundred cents. While it is correct to write $1, it is common to include the cents in the form of a decimal attached to the whole dollar: $1.00.

Adding money is not much different from multi-digit addition problems. When writing out a money math problem, the problem is written vertically, with the two addends above a vinculum. A vinculum is the horizontal line that represents the equal sign in a vertical math problem.

One difference between adding money and standard addition is that, even whole dollar amounts should be written with a decimal point to a precision of two places, or the hundredths in order to show the cents. The two addends should have their decimal points aligned to ensure that the dollars and cents in the sum are correct. For example:

$8.60

Working with students on a variety of addition problems involving adding money using the resources provided above by Education.com may help them to understand the special requirements of money in math problems.