Money Worksheets for First and Second Grade

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Use this 48 page resource with your 1st, 2nd, or 3rd grade classroom or home school students. These printable money worksheets are great for review, morning work, seat work, math centers or stations, homework, assessment, and more. Counting money will be a breeze. Students will identify coins, count coins, make amounts match, fill in a chart, balance amounts, match amounts, practice greater than and less than, and more! These even work for interactive notebooks!! {first, second, third graders}.

Pages included are:

►Identify the coins ~ Directions: Identify each coin by using the color code below.

►2 Pages of Nickels and Pennies

►2 Pages of Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

►2 Pages of Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

►4 Pages of Make It Match ~ Directions: Color in the coins to equal the number shown. Use the least number of coins.

►Help the Children Fill Their Cart (cut and paste) ~ Directions: Cut and paste the food items to the correct cart.

►2 Pages of Balance the Amounts (cut and paste) ~ Directions: Find 2 sets of coins that have the same amount.
Glue them above the scale.

►3 Pages of Match the Piggies! ~ Directions: Write the amounts in each box. Color the piggy banks with the matching amounts. Use a different color for each match.

►4 Pages of Greater Than, Less Than, or = to ~ Directions: Count the money in each box. Then mark in the circle (<, >, or = ).

►Find the Matches ~ Directions: Find and color the
equal amounts in each row.

►4 Pages of Interactive Notebook ~ Cut and paste into notebook.
Fold up and draw the coins to equal the amount.
Cut and paste into notebook.
Fold up and write the amount under each flap.

►How Much Money? ~ Count the coins and write the amount.

►3 Pages of Show Me the Money ~ Show 4 different ways to make the amount below: use Q, D, N, P

►2 Pages of Money Match (cut and paste) ~ Match the pictures to the correct coin.

►2 Pages of Money Match (cut and paste) ~ Match the coins to the correct amount.

►How Much Money (in words) ~Directions: Read the clues. Write the amount on the line.

►3 Pages of Spin an Amount

►2 Pages of Roll It, Make, Write It

►4 Pages of “Let's Go Shopping Booklet” ~ Let’s Go Shopping! Booklet
Directions: Write the amount, show another way to make that amount, and then figure out the change you would get back.
Pages included are:

►Identify the coins ~ Directions: Identify each coin by using the color code below.

►2 Pages of Nickels and Pennies

►2 Pages of Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

►2 Pages of Quarters, Dimes, Nickels, and Pennies

►4 Pages of Make It Match ~ Directions: Color in the coins to equal the number shown. Use the least number of coins.

►Help the Children Fill Their Cart (cut and paste) ~ Directions: Cut and paste the food items to the correct cart.

►2 Pages of Balance the Amounts (cut and paste) ~ Directions: Find 2 sets of coins that have the same amount.
Glue them above the scale.

►3 Pages of Match the Piggies! ~ Directions: Write the amounts in each box. Color the piggy banks with the matching amounts. Use a different color for each match.

►4 Pages of Greater Than, Less Than, or = to ~ Directions: Count the money in each box. Then mark in the circle (<, >, or = ).

►Find the Matches ~ Directions: Find and color the
equal amounts in each row.

►4 Pages of Interactive Notebook ~ Cut and paste into notebook.
Fold up and draw the coins to equal the amount.
Cut and paste into notebook.
Fold up and write the amount under each flap.

►How Much Money? ~ Count the coins and write the amount.

►3 Pages of Show Me the Money ~ Show 4 different ways to make the amount below: use Q, D, N, P

►2 Pages of Money Match (cut and paste) ~ Match the pictures to the correct coin.

►2 Pages of Money Match (cut and paste) ~ Match the coins to the correct amount.

►How Much Money (in words) ~Directions: Read the clues. Write the amount on the line.

►3 Pages of Spin an Amount

►2 Pages of Roll It, Make, Write It

►4 Pages of “Let's Go Shopping Booklet” ~ Let’s Go Shopping! Booklet
Directions: Write the amount, show another way to make that amount, and then figure out the change you would get back.