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Money Worksheets

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Worksheets about money for the first to sixth grades. Adding various money amounts to identified sums. Working with menu problems and shopping problems. Money worksheets for various grades.

1. Adding Pennies (US Pennies)

Basic money worksheets to add pennies to 12 cents. All worksheets are in PDF for quick printing. Adding pennies to 12 cents is typically part of the grade 1 curriculum.

2. Adding Pennies (Canadian Pennies)

Basic money worksheets to add pennies to 12 cents. All worksheets are in PDF for quick printing. Adding pennies to 12 cents is typically part of the grade 1 curriculum.

3. Adding Pennies (Generic Pennies)

Basic money worksheets to add pennies to 12 cents. All worksheets are in PDF for quick printing. Adding pennies to 12 cents is typically part of the grade 1 curriculum.

4. Adding Coins to 50 Cents (US Coins)

Basic money worksheets to add coins to 50 cents. All worksheets are in PDF for quick printing. Adding coins to 50 cents is typically part of the grade 2 curriculum.

5. Adding Coins to One Dollar (US)

Basic money worksheets to add coins to one dollar. All worksheets are in PDF for quick printing. Adding coins to one dollar is typically part of the grade 3 curriculum.

6. Identify the Written Money Amounts

Identify the value of money from the written money amounts. For example: Thirty-nine dollars and twenty-six cents = \$39.26.  Woksheets like this are typically done in the third grade curriculum.

7. How Many Ways To Show the Money Amounts?

Worksheets like these commonly appear on large scale math assessments for the third grade. Students are to show the different ways a money amount can be arranged. For instance 37 cents can be shown using a quarter, a dime and 2 pennies or 37 pennies, or 7 nickels and 2 pennies etc. Students typically begin learning this concept in the first grade and by the third grade they should be able to use all the coins to represent various amounts.

8. Menu Money Problems

Student work out the problems based on prices from the menu. Great authentic learning for grades 3, 4 and 5. Ten free money menu worksheets.

Deb Russell
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