# Counting Money (Canadian)

Count the Canadian coins and find the total amounts shown. These worksheets include toonies, loonies, quarters, nickels, and dimes.

All coins and bills pictured are Canadian currency. We also have US Currency and Australian Money worksheets.

## Mixed Coins

Count the coins and write the value of the money shown. Includes one and two dollar coins. Amounts up to \$5.90.
Write the money amounts shown in each box. Amounts up to \$10.00.
This file has 30 task cards, each with Canadian Coins on it. These can be used for learning centers, small group instruction, or classroom games. Basic level includes only a couple coins per card.
Each task card in this set has several mixed coins. (example: A toonie, two loonies, two quarters, and five dimes) Use these cards for classroom games or small group instruction.
Students can match coin sets with the correct money amount with this fun printable puzzle. There are any ways to use this resource.
1st through 3rd Grades
Print out this puzzle so students can match the coin sets with the correct money amount.
1st through 3rd Grades
Write the cost of each snack item at the snack shack. This is a basic-level worksheet. Only a 1, 2, or 3 coins for any items.
Write the name of the snack item next to the coins that show its cost. Snack prices on this worksheet are all less than five dollars.
Students will love counting money when they play this whole-class chain reaction game.
Write the correct snack item next to the coins that represent its cost. All snack prices on this worksheet are under one dollar.
Write the correct snack item next to the coins that represent its cost. Snack prices on this worksheet are under five dollars.
Count the amount shown by the paper banknotes. Write the amount on the line. Canada banknotes.

## Mixed Coins & Bills

This activity requires students to find the value of coins and bills.
Count the mixed bills and coins and write the value on the lines provided.
This classroom game will reinforce money-counting skills for students.

## Basic(Single Coins & Bills)

How much money is shown? Count the nickels to find out.
Count the dimes and write the amount of money shown. Up to \$1.20.
Count the Canadian quarters and write the money amount shown. Amounts up to \$2.50.
Count the loonies and write the money amount shown.
Count the two-dollar coins on this worksheet and write the money amounts on the line.
Count the five-dollar bills and write the amounts shown.
Same as the printable above, except this time you're counting ten dollar bills. (Canada bills)
Count the twenty dollar bills and write the amount of money shown.
Count the pennies and write the number of cents shown. Amounts range from \$0.03 to \$0.12.

## Word WallsPocket Charts

This word wall shows all Canadian coins, including nickels, dimes, quarters, loonies, toonies. Also includes bills from five to one hundred dollars.
Kindergarten to 3rd Grade
Match the illustrations of coins/bills to the word names and the numerical money amounts.
1st and 2nd Grades

## Cut-Out Coins and Bills

Cut our nickels, dimes, quarters, loonies, toonies, and banknotes. Use them to teach children to make change and count money.
1st through 4th Grades
Counting Money (USA)

Count American coins with these printable worksheets. Includes pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, as well as paper money.

Canadian Provinces and Territories

Learn about the Canadian provinces and territories with these maps, games, worksheets, and projects.

Penelope Peabody: Lost in Canada

Can your students help Penelope navigate through Canada as she travels to all of Canada's provinces and territories?

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