These worksheets begin with pennies and continue all the way up to $1.00 bills and more. Also deals with groups of mixed coins.

Page 1: Brief over view of each coin and what it is worth.

Page 2-3: The students will make 4 small flip books. They will have to cut all the rectangles containing the different ways you can write a coins value and paste them in the corresponding place.

Page 4: The student looks at each coin and writes down the answer in the space provided.

Page 5: Draw a line to show the value of each coin.

Page 6: Write the name of each coin and write the total amount.

Page 7: Explains how 2 quarters and 5 dimes make half a dollar. Then you count all the coins inside each piggy bank and write the total amount.

Page 8: Count the money inside each jar and write your answer.

Page 9: Circle the name of each coin and write down the value.

Page 10: Count the money and write the amounts.

Page 11: Count the money then write the amount. Then, circle the coin that has the same value.

Page 12: Count the money and write the total.

Page 13: Jake wants to buy a stick of gum. Cross out the groups that are not equal to thirty-five cents.

Page 14: Read the values of the coins and add them all together. Write the total amount in the space provided.

Page 15: Add the coins written. Write the total amount.

Page 16: Count the money. Write the amounts. Do you have more than fifty cents? If so, place a check mark in the box.

Page 17: How much does each item cost? Count the money, write the amounts.

Page 18: Count the money and write the amount. Which fruit can you buy?

Page 19: Count the money. Write the amounts. Draw the dog treat you can buy for the dog.

Page 20: How much do these items cost? Write the amount on the tag after counting the money.

Page 21: Count each group of coins. Write the amount. Cross out the group that are not equal to seventy-five cents.

Page 22: Count each group of coins and circle the item that costs less. Which was the most expensive item? Circle it.

Page 24-25: Count each group of coins. Write the correct comparison symbol (>,< or =) in each box.

Page 26: Count each group of coins. Write the amounts. Circle the amount that is less in each row.

Page 27: Cut and paste the amounts on the bottom of the page in the corresponding place.

Page 28: Cut the amounts on the bottom of the page. Paste the coins that match the amount of each item.

Page 29: Color the buckets of paint. Add the amounts to find the total cost.

Page 30: You have money and you buy something. Find and write each amount of change.

Page 31: Count the bills and write the amount on the line. Don't forget the dollar sign ($).

Page 32: Count the money and write the amount filling in the blanks.

Page 33: Penny has been saving money to buy a bike that costs $4.30. Count the money in the piggy bank and write the amount on the line. Can she buy the bike?

Page 34: Draw a line to match the coins to the correct total amount.

Page 35: Draw a line to match the coins to the written total amount.

Page 36: Count the money and write the amount. Practice writing with dollar sign including the decimal point.

Page 37: Count the money to see how much each item costs. Write it down.

Page 38-40: Test Prep questions with multiple choice answers.

Page 41: Count the dollar bills and the coins then write your answer.

Page 42: Look at each bill. Write the value in the space provided.

Page 43: Count the bills and the coins. Write the amounts in the space provided.

Page 44-46: Task cards adding coins that are read in written form.

Page 47-49: Task cards have word problems in which the student has to calculate the change received after purchase of an item.

Also has task cards which includes adding amount of money together.

Page 50-53: Task cards contain bills and coins to be counted and added together to find the total amount.

CCSS.Math.Content.2.MD.C.8, 2.OA.A.1

Please view the thumbnails to get an idea of what the sheets will look like. There are 48 task cards included.

Thanks & have a great day!!

Total 104 pages.

Page 1: Brief over view of each coin and what it is worth.

Page 2-3: The students will make 4 small flip books. They will have to cut all the rectangles containing the different ways you can write a coins value and paste them in the corresponding place.

Page 4: The student looks at each coin and writes down the answer in the space provided.

Page 5: Draw a line to show the value of each coin.

Page 6: Write the name of each coin and write the total amount.

Page 7: Explains how 2 quarters and 5 dimes make half a dollar. Then you count all the coins inside each piggy bank and write the total amount.

Page 8: Count the money inside each jar and write your answer.

Page 9: Circle the name of each coin and write down the value.

Page 10: Count the money and write the amounts.

Page 11: Count the money then write the amount. Then, circle the coin that has the same value.

Page 12: Count the money and write the total.

Page 13: Jake wants to buy a stick of gum. Cross out the groups that are not equal to thirty-five cents.

Page 14: Read the values of the coins and add them all together. Write the total amount in the space provided.

Page 15: Add the coins written. Write the total amount.

Page 16: Count the money. Write the amounts. Do you have more than fifty cents? If so, place a check mark in the box.

Page 17: How much does each item cost? Count the money, write the amounts.

Page 18: Count the money and write the amount. Which fruit can you buy?

Page 19: Count the money. Write the amounts. Draw the dog treat you can buy for the dog.

Page 20: How much do these items cost? Write the amount on the tag after counting the money.

Page 21: Count each group of coins. Write the amount. Cross out the group that are not equal to seventy-five cents.

Page 22: Count each group of coins and circle the item that costs less. Which was the most expensive item? Circle it.

Page 24-25: Count each group of coins. Write the correct comparison symbol (>,< or =) in each box.

Page 26: Count each group of coins. Write the amounts. Circle the amount that is less in each row.

Page 27: Cut and paste the amounts on the bottom of the page in the corresponding place.

Page 28: Cut the amounts on the bottom of the page. Paste the coins that match the amount of each item.

Page 29: Color the buckets of paint. Add the amounts to find the total cost.

Page 30: You have money and you buy something. Find and write each amount of change.

Page 31: Count the bills and write the amount on the line. Don't forget the dollar sign ($).

Page 32: Count the money and write the amount filling in the blanks.

Page 33: Penny has been saving money to buy a bike that costs $4.30. Count the money in the piggy bank and write the amount on the line. Can she buy the bike?

Page 34: Draw a line to match the coins to the correct total amount.

Page 35: Draw a line to match the coins to the written total amount.

Page 36: Count the money and write the amount. Practice writing with dollar sign including the decimal point.

Page 37: Count the money to see how much each item costs. Write it down.

Page 38-40: Test Prep questions with multiple choice answers.

Page 41: Count the dollar bills and the coins then write your answer.

Page 42: Look at each bill. Write the value in the space provided.

Page 43: Count the bills and the coins. Write the amounts in the space provided.

Page 44-46: Task cards adding coins that are read in written form.

Page 47-49: Task cards have word problems in which the student has to calculate the change received after purchase of an item.

Also has task cards which includes adding amount of money together.

Page 50-53: Task cards contain bills and coins to be counted and added together to find the total amount.

CCSS.Math.Content.2.MD.C.8, 2.OA.A.1

Please view the thumbnails to get an idea of what the sheets will look like. There are 48 task cards included.

Thanks & have a great day!!

Total 104 pages.