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.
Start the lunar new year off right by giving your child's math skills a boost with this colorful coin-counting activity.
Young learners cut out and assemble this simple template, then compete to see who can toss the most coins through the frog's open mouth.
This worksheet lets your first grader play with money, while he practices counting and working with pennies.
How many coins can you count? Help your little cashier learn to add up coin amounts to figure out the price of these items!
Buy erasers, gum, and yo-yo's with this coin counting worksheet. Kids will use their math skills to find the coins needed to buy these items and more.
Children practice recognizing the different coins and adding up their amounts.
Encourage your young mathematician to help Stacy, Martin, and Gregory calculate how much money they have. Try this money math word problems worksheet.
Help Nina, William, and Deana figure out how much money they have. Kids will solve money word problems to figure out how much cash each character has.
Money math can be a fun way to practice addition. Your beginning coin counter can practice matching groups of coins with equal values!
Students draw ten and one dollar bills for practice adding multiples of ten to two-digit numbers in this money math worksheet.
To shop for fruit, kids read prices, count dimes, and match the prices to the equivalent amount of dimes on this first grade math worksheet.
Your kid can gain some comfort with currency by using this money worksheet. Kids will compare two visual representations of money and decide which is bigger.
Use these play bills to add excitement and real life context to your math lessons. Students will love using these one, five, ten, twenty, and hundred dollar bills to practice place value and money addition.
A worksheet for 1st-graders on money-counting and addition.
Kids completing this first grade math worksheet learn the name and appearance of dimes, find and identify dimes, and distinguish dimes from other coins.
Students draw dimes and pennies to practice solving for 10 more and 10 less than a given two-digit number in this money math worksheet.
Decimals can be daunting, but your kid can gain comfort with them without writing. This worksheet lets your kid work with money without writing decimal amounts.
With this first grade math worksheet, kids learn the name and appearance of quarters, find and identify quarters, and distinguish quarters from other coins.
Let your first grader flex his financial savvy with this fun worksheet. Your child must circle the coins that add up to the value of each present.
In this first grade math worksheet, your child will circle the coins needed to purchase each item. This exercise teaches coin recognition and addition.
These spilled coins need sorting! See if your child identify the amount of a coin at a glance.
Learning to identify coins can be tricky at first, but with this matching activity your child will be an expert in no time!
Teach your first grader about money with this simple counting worksheet. Your child will count each group of coins, then write their total value on the line.
In this first grade math worksheet, your child will practice counting and adding up change, matching each group of coins to another group with equal value.