# Counting Coins and Bills (USA)

On the printable worksheets and games below, students will practice counting coins and bills to determine the amounts of money shown.
Most worksheets in this set align with Common Core Standard CCSS.2.MD.8.

## Amounts Up to \$4

Count the coins and bills shown and write a running total above the money. Then write the final total on the line.
Find the total of the coins and bills in each of the six boxes and as a challenge, write the total of all six amounts added together.
This printable money-counting worksheet has twelve sets of coins and bills to be totaled.
This worksheet has nine different money amounts for students to count out with dollar bills and coins in amounts up to \$4.00.
Print out these pages and cut out the puzzle pieces along the dotted lines. Place the puzzle pieces on the table or floor and have small groups match up each money set with the correct answer.
Print out the cards on card stock paper and cut them apart on the dotted lines. Mix them up and students will match together the cards with the coins and bills to the cards with the correct money amount.
Your class can play this fun money-counting game to practice counting coins and bills up to \$4.00. Each student will read the money amount on their card aloud and ask for who has the next number.
This printable activity has 30 task cards with coins and bills on it, all with different amounts up to \$4.00. There are several ways for your students to use them including: scavenger hunts, learning centers, and more.
This money counting worksheets has numbers for how many of each coin and bill listed and students have to find the total amount.
There are five word problems on this worksheet that need to be solved. Write out the money amounts in the space provided to help find the answers.
Count the groups of money and write down the amounts. Compare each set using <, >, and = in the center box.

## Amounts Up to \$12

This worksheet has 4 sets of money to be counted. Write a running total above each bill and coin to find the final amount.
This printable money worksheet has 6 groups of money to be counted and at there is a challenge question asking how much is the total of all 6 amounts.
Count the coins and bills for each of these twelve sets and find the total of the money.
Have your students complete this worksheet to practice counting bills and coins in amounts up to \$12). For example: 2 \$5.00 bills + 1 \$1.00 + 1 quarter + 1 dime, + 1 nickel, + 2 pennies = \$11.42.
Print and cut apart the 30 cards on this printable and they can be used in many ways including: as a learning center, group games, morning challenges, and as review.
Print the cards on card stock paper and cut apart the cards on dotted lines. Lay the cards on the table mixed up and make sets of the cards with the picture of the money matched up to the money amount.
Use scissors to cut apart the puzzle pieces and mix them up. Match the illustrated money piece to the correct money total.
On this worksheet, there are five word problems that can be solved by adding the money amounts listed in each problem to find the total. At the end, decide which person has the least amount of money and write their name on the line.
Find the money total for each of these money sets and compare each group to each other to see if they are <, >, or = to each other.
To play this game, distribute the cards randomly to your students. The student with card A will begin and the game will finish with card DD.

## Amounts Up to \$50

Write the running total of money for each bill and coin to find the final money amount.
For each group of bills and coins, find the total amount and write it on the lines. Then find the total of all six money amounts together for a challenge question.
This printable worksheet has twelve sets of money amounts to be counted and totaled.
This printable file contains 30 task cards. Each card has a set of bills and coins for students to find the total for. Students can mark the amounts on the answer page.
Print out this file and cut apart the puzzle pieces along the dotted lines. Mix up the pieces and have students match the money illustrations to the correct money amount.
This worksheet has five counting money word problems and students can draw a picture to show their work.
This printable file has 36 cards to cut apart and use to play and review money amounts up to \$50.00. Eighteen of them have illustrations of different amounts of coins and bills and the other eighteen have money amounts on them. Match the correct illustration to the money amount.
Find the total for each of the money amounts. Then compare each set of money to see if they are >, <, or = to each other.
This game begins when all of the cards are passed out to the students. Whomever has the first card will read out, "I have the first card, who has \$31.19?" The next player will answer, "I have \$31.19. Who has \$13.35?" And the game continues on to the last card.

## Cut-Out Coins & Bills

Print this PDF and cut out the pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, \$1, \$5, \$10, \$20, \$50, and \$100 bills. Use the pretend paper currency to practice counting money with your students.
More Counting Money Worksheets

This page will link you to more basic money worksheets, as well as activities on making change, comparing money amounts, and international currencies.

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