Identify Coin Values
Print out these printable money worksheets to teach your kids the different values of money. Then once they've mastered this, locate other coin worksheets in our Lessons category to sharpen their counting skills! Hands on practice in class using play money that looks realistic is in general the best way for kids to learn about money. However, money worksheets are a great supplement to provide in the classroom for those students who finish their work early and want more to do and money worksheets are great to send home for those students who need extra help and also enjoy doing worksheets. Some examples of the money worksheets are: coins and cents worksheets, kindergarten money worksheets, making change worksheets, earning money worksheets, spending money worksheets, counting the change worksheets, and this lesson where you indentidy coin values. Download and print!
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Teach your child to Identify Coin Values
Here you will find a large selection of free printable money math worksheets, the money categories are: counting money, adding money, subtracting money, adding money with varying increments and subtracting money with varying increments. Teaching young children about money and economics is an important part of every education. These worksheets are designed for young children in kindergarten or first and second grades. When your child can correctly identify the coins again and again it's time to move on to the next step. It's time to introduce the dollar. Show your child a dollar bill. Tell them what it is. Let them know that one dollar is made from one hundred cents. Once your child can identify a dollar and know it's value you're ready to begin counting. Not only does it teach your child to recognize and count both coins and paper money, it will teach them how to manage their money effectively. Simply choose your template and print!
Printable Money lessons; Identify Coin Values
Kids learn from being shown and told. It may take telling and showing your child each coin several times. Work on one coin at a time. This prevents confusion. You'll find them on worksheets that your child does at school. Kids need to know how much they are worth and how to identify them even though they are not so commonly used.
Once you've gone over the coin names and values with your child several times it's time to challenge them a little bit. Reach into your pocket and pull out a handful of change. Place the change on a flat surface in front of you and your child. Point to any coin on the surface and ask your child what it is and how much it's worth. After your child can do this it's time to mix up the coins. Keep the sum at a dollar or less and offer your child a mixture of dimes, pennies, nickels, and quarters. Every couple of times throw a fifty cent piece in there. This printable lesson teaches your child to identify coin values.
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