We have created these free coin sorting task cards to help you give your students coin ID practice as the skill is taught and then reviewed.
These coin identification cards are ideal for your children learning to identify coins.
Students can match like amounts along with the pictures of the coins.Once you have talked about the names of the coins and identified their values in class, your students might be ready for practice.
Use these coin sorting task cards to allow students to review what has been taught.
We have included cards that contain images of each coin. You might choose to remove these cards from the collection and give students play money. The coins might make the activity more concrete as opposed to the images used on the cards.
These might be used at a math center or for a morning entry task to allow students to review what they have learned.
As an extension, you might have students create their own set of task ID cards to take home for practice. You can provide cards and money stamps. If you don’t have stamps, you might also provide actual coins and have students make rubbings of the coins.
You might also have students create an anchor chart to display in the room using what they have learned.
You can download these coin sorting task cards here:
To save you some time on your search… CCSS does not include standards for coin id. Money is a standard addressed in second grade but it is assumed that students are already familiar with coin id.
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Thanks to Zip-A-Dee-Do0-Dah Designs & Poppydreamz Digital Art for the clip art!