Use the worksheets below to supplement your teaching of counting coins, counting dollars and cents, and making change. We also have teaching resources on operations with money and money place value. While most printables feature US currency, we also have an international section with Canadian, British, and Australian currencies.
This page will have students counting sets of pennies only, nickels only, dimes only, and/or quarters only. These basic-level activities are designed primarily for students in Kindergarten and 1st grades.Counting Mixed Coins (Basic)
Print worksheets and games on counting mixed coins. This page features basic level activities best suited for students in 1st and 2nd grade. (example: 1 nickel and 3 pennies)Counting Mixed Coins (Advanced)
Here are some more advanced worksheets on counting mixed coins (and bills). These were designed for students in 2nd through 4th grades.Counting Money: Australian
These printable worksheets and games have Australian coins and banknotes on them.Counting Money: Canadian
To our many Canadian members: this page is for you! These printable worksheets feature Canadian coins and banknotes. Most worksheets do not include pennies.Counting Money: UK/British
These worksheets and activities feature money from the United Kingdom.Making Change
With these worksheets, students can practice making change. Includes task cards, word problems, and other printables.Adding Money
Practice adding money amounts with these printable worksheets, task cards, and games.Subtracting Money
Print out these files to supplement your lessons on subtracting money and using subtraction to make change. Includes worksheets, a 'magic digits' game, and task cards.Multiplying Money
Multiply money amounts by 1-digit numbers. THis page has a worksheet generator tool, as well as pre-made worksheets, puzzles, and task cards.Comparing and Ordering Money
Use the mathematical symbols for greater than, less than, and equal to to compare money amounts.Rounding Money
With these activities, students will learn to round money amounts to the nearest dollar or the nearest ten cents.