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Money Word Problems #2
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Money Word Problems #2
Help Jeff figure out how much money he has and more with this word problem worksheet. Stretch your math skills with this word problem worksheet.
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Writing Money Amounts #19
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Writing Money Amounts #19
Count your money carefully kids! This math worksheet will give your child great practice with money amounts.
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Money Word Problems #4
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Money Word Problems #4
Your child will work through money math problems to sum up amounts of money. This word problem worksheet will help your child exercise his math skills.
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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.
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Money Word Problems #7
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Money Word Problems #7
Encourage your young mathematician to help Stacy, Martin, and Gregory calculate how much money they have. Try this money math word problems worksheet.
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Writing Money Amounts #2
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Writing Money Amounts #2
This math worksheet let's your child practice reading monetary values in words and then writing money terms out in numbers.
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Money Word Problems #3
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Money Word Problems #3
These money-themed word problems get your child to tally up the total dollars and cents. Encourage your kid to use his addition, subtraction, and money skills.
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Glossary: Purchasing Items and Making Change
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Glossary: Purchasing Items and Making Change
Use this glossary with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Purchasing Items and Making Change.
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Writing Money Amounts #17
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Writing Money Amounts #17
This math worksheet will give your child great practice with money amounts, and translating written numbers from words into numerical digits.
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Lunch with Friends: Multiplying Money
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Lunch with Friends: Multiplying Money
Multiplying money word problems let your child practice his multiplication while figuring out how much lunch costs. A good way to learn the concept of money!
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How Much Money Do I Have? #5
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How Much Money Do I Have? #5
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Vocabulary Cards: Identifying Coin Values
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Vocabulary Cards: Identifying Coin Values
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Identifying Coin Values.
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Money Math at the Toy Store
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Money Math at the Toy Store
Spread Christmas cheer by buying toys to donate! These money math problems let your child practice his multiplication while figuring out how much the toys cost.
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Writing Money Amounts #3
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Writing Money Amounts #3
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Coin Match I
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Coin Match I
In this second grade math worksheet, your child will find the total value of each group of coins, then draw lines connecting groups of equal value.
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Dime Word Problems
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Dime Word Problems
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.
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Vocabulary Cards: Word Problem Components
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Vocabulary Cards: Word Problem Components
Use these vocabulary cards with the EL Support Lesson Plan: Word Problem Components.
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Writing Money Amounts #5
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Writing Money Amounts #5
Help your child get money-wise! This math worksheet will have him reading money values in words and writing out the amount in numbers!
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Making Change at the Mall
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Making Change at the Mall
Always make sure you get the right change back! On this money math worksheet, kids learn how to subtract the cost of an item from the amount paid.
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Money Word Problems #10
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Money Word Problems #10
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.
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Word Problems with Money: Subtraction
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Word Problems with Money: Subtraction
Kids love to go pretend-shopping, and these word problems are the perfect way to familiarize them with money. A great way to practice subtraction!
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Money Word Problems #6
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Money Word Problems #6
Some kids need help figuring out how much money is in their wallets, and your child can help. Solve these problems with your child to find sums of money.
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How Much Money Do I Have? #3
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How Much Money Do I Have? #3
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Math Word Problems with Money
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Math Word Problems with Money
These math word problems with money ask your kid to help the teacher figure out how much she needs to spend on paper clips, pencils, and more.
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Money Problems Math with Subtraction
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Money Problems Math with Subtraction
This money problems math worksheet asks your child to calculate the change based on the amount paid and the price. A great way to practice a real-life skill!
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Money Word Problems Resources

If your students have mastered the basics of money, then you can challenge them with some word problems. Money word problems help students understand the words we use when talking about money. You can teach kids how to solve word problems with worksheets or activities that include real money. For review, you can use our worksheets on adding money.
Once your student understands the basic concepts of dealing with money in a mathematical sense, you can begin to challenge their understanding with word problems. Word problems push students to apply their understanding of mathematical concepts in real world scenarios.
The key to correctly solving a word problem is to determine the correct equation required to find the answer. The first step is to read the problem slowly and more than once. The goal is to identify certain keywords or phrases in the problem to tell us which operations we’re going to be performing.

Here are some sample keywords or phrases to look for:
• Addition: Total, In all, All together
• Subtraction: Difference, How much more, Less than
• Multiplication: Total, Group, Double
• Division: Half, Fourth, Each

As your student identifies these words and phrases they could highlight or underline them. Practicing with some of the resources provided by Education.com above may help your student with this.
Many word problems may require several steps to complete. Carefully reading the problem completely will allow your student to be aware of all of the necessary steps. In addition, when your student reaches the answer, they need to write the answer fully. For example, if the question is asking how much money Thomas would have, and the answer is \$10, the full answer should read, “Tom would have \$10.”
Teaching your student to take their time, read carefully to identify the keywords and phrases, and fully answer the question will allow them to further their understanding of mathematical concepts related to money.