We’ve collected an assortment of counting money activities and games to help you give your students money counting practice in the classroom.
We have put together an assortment of activities to help your students practice counting money in the classroom.
This is our first in a set of two activities assembled for this purpose. You can find the link for set 2 at the bottom of this post.
Scroll down to find the counting money activities within this set.
This collection of money counting activities is provided as individual downloads. You can download each free printable for your classroom by clicking on the bold titles below.
You will find the following free money counting resources for teachers:
Anchor Chart This identifying coins and dollars anchor chart can be printed in color and displayed for student use.
Coin Sorting Chart Have students sort a collection of coins onto the right spot on the map.
Counting Coins Set up this center or whole group lesson by having putting an amount of coins in 10 baggies and numbering each bag from 1 through 10. Students open the bag, count the coins and record the amount.
Counting Coins Task Cards Problem solving tasks that encourage students to count amounts under $1.00.
Counting Dollar Amounts Task Cards Problem solving tasks that require students to work with dollar amounts.
File Folder Game Print this counting money file folder game in color and place each sheet on the inside of a file folder. We have included printable coins or you can use play money (or even real money!)
Fluency Cards Great reading practice that helps students develop their fluency skills. These sentences are designed to be used at a literacy center so that your students can practice reading money related words.
Roll & Count Students roll the two money dice, record the coins and find the value.
Breakfast Problem Solving Children create their breakfast order and then find the amount their breakfast will cost.
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