# Counting Coins (Basic Level)

On these worksheets, students will practice counting mixed coins. This collection features basic-level worksheets, best suited for students in Kindergarten through 2nd grade. For more advanced worksheets on counting coins, please see our Counting Money (Advanced) page.

## Worksheets

Circle the hand with the correct amount of money. Write the money amounts shown.
Count each of the six sets of coins and tell how much money is shown. Does not include quarters.
Count the coins to determine the amount shown. Then draw the same amount using a different coin combination.
Write the money amounts using different combinations of coins.
Draw coins to show each money amount.
Count the money amount shown in each shape. Color the shapes with 5 cents red, 10 cents blue, and 15 cents green. Does not include quarters.
Convert the symbols to money amounts and add to find the totals.

## Coin Identification

This set has cards with pictures of coins & bills, their money amount, and their written names. Use these cards to play a matching game.
This file has cards that can be used in a pocket chart or on your classroom's word wall. Includes pictures of coins and bills, and the written words.
Learn the values of a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. Sing to the tune of "Bingo."

Cut apart the puzzle pieces. Students match the coins with the correct money amounts.
Students examine the task cards an determine the value of the coins shown. These can be used for classroom games, learning centers, or small group activities.
In this whole-class chain-reaction game, students will learn to count basic money amounts. This version is designed for students in kindergarten through second grades.
Match the money amount to the coin cards in this memory game.  Easy level.
Two players will race to Money Island in this counting coins math challenge! Using mixed coins, students will compete to see who can make each monetary amount first. This is a fun game for practicing basic money skills.

## Cut-Out Coins & Bills

Cut out pictures of pennies, dimes, quarters, and bills. Use them to practice counting money in the classroom.

If you're looking for harder coin counting worksheets, check these out. The activities on have more complex coin combinations, and we were a little more liberal in our use of quarters.

More Money Worksheets

## Sample Worksheet Images

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