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You’ll love this Canadian Money bundle that covers all Grade 1 and Grade 2 Ontario Math expectations having to do with money.

There are a variety of worksheets and math centres that will give your students lots of practice estimating, counting, adding, subtracting, and writing money amounts.

Worksheets include versions with pennies and without pennies. All worksheets have corresponding curriculum expectations.

Enjoy!

Here's a detailed list of what is included:

Canadian Money – Chart with money names, picture, dollar amount and cent amount.

Canadian Money – Fill in the chart (money names, dollar amounts and cent amount)

The Penny – Students read about the penny and practice counting by 1’s to add up pennies.

The Nickel – Students read about the nickel and practice counting by 5’s to add up nickels.

The Dime – Students read about the dime and practice counting by 10’s to add up dimes.

The Quarter – Students read about the quarter and practice counting by 25’s to add up quarters.

The Loonie – Students read about the loonie and practice counting by 1’s to add up loonies.

The Toonie – Students read about the toonie and practice counting by 2’s to add up toonies.

Money Match – Students match the coin name to a picture of the coin.

Money Match – Students match the dollar amount to a picture of the coin.

Colour the Money – Students colour the coins according to the instructions.

Math Centre – Money Match

Counting Money to 20 Cents – Students add up the value of a group of coins.

Counting Money to 20 Cents – More practice adding up the value of a group of coins.

Counting Money to 20 Cents – More practice adding up the value of a group of coins, without pennies.

Adding Money to 10 Cents – Students add up the value of money amounts (for example, 1¢ + 6¢ = _____¢)

Subtracting Money to 10 Cents – Students subtract the value of money amounts (for example, 10¢ - 6¢ = _____¢)

Adding Money to 10 Cents – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 10 cents.

Adding Money to 10 Cents – More practice solving money word problems.

Subtracting Money to 10 Cents – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 10 cents.

Math Centre – Race to a Dollar Game

Make the Change – 10 Cents – Students show different ways to make 10 cents.

Make the Change – 15 Cents – Students show different ways to make 15 cents.

Make the Change – 20 Cents – Students show different ways to make 20 cents.

Make the Change – 25 Cents – Students show different ways to make 25 cents.

Make the Change (No Pennies) – Students show different money amounts up to 25 cents by drawing coins.

Make the Change – Students show different money amounts up to 25 cents by drawing coins.

Make the Change– Students show money amounts up to 1 dollar by drawing coins.

Make the Change (No Pennies) – Students show different money amounts up to 1 dollar by drawing coins.

Rounding Practice – Students practice rounding money amounts up to 1 dollar.

Which is More? – Students circle the money amount that is larger in each group.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems (No Pennies) – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems (No Pennies) – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students look at a bunch of coins, estimate the value and then calculate the actual value.

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students look at a bunch of coins, estimate the value and then calculate the actual value.

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Math Centre – Reading and Writing about Money (includes 10 poems and 1 blank writing sheet)

Money Word Wall Cards

There are a variety of worksheets and math centres that will give your students lots of practice estimating, counting, adding, subtracting, and writing money amounts.

Worksheets include versions with pennies and without pennies. All worksheets have corresponding curriculum expectations.

Enjoy!

Here's a detailed list of what is included:

Canadian Money – Chart with money names, picture, dollar amount and cent amount.

Canadian Money – Fill in the chart (money names, dollar amounts and cent amount)

The Penny – Students read about the penny and practice counting by 1’s to add up pennies.

The Nickel – Students read about the nickel and practice counting by 5’s to add up nickels.

The Dime – Students read about the dime and practice counting by 10’s to add up dimes.

The Quarter – Students read about the quarter and practice counting by 25’s to add up quarters.

The Loonie – Students read about the loonie and practice counting by 1’s to add up loonies.

The Toonie – Students read about the toonie and practice counting by 2’s to add up toonies.

Money Match – Students match the coin name to a picture of the coin.

Money Match – Students match the dollar amount to a picture of the coin.

Colour the Money – Students colour the coins according to the instructions.

Math Centre – Money Match

Counting Money to 20 Cents – Students add up the value of a group of coins.

Counting Money to 20 Cents – More practice adding up the value of a group of coins.

Counting Money to 20 Cents – More practice adding up the value of a group of coins, without pennies.

Adding Money to 10 Cents – Students add up the value of money amounts (for example, 1¢ + 6¢ = _____¢)

Subtracting Money to 10 Cents – Students subtract the value of money amounts (for example, 10¢ - 6¢ = _____¢)

Adding Money to 10 Cents – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 10 cents.

Adding Money to 10 Cents – More practice solving money word problems.

Subtracting Money to 10 Cents – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 10 cents.

Math Centre – Race to a Dollar Game

Make the Change – 10 Cents – Students show different ways to make 10 cents.

Make the Change – 15 Cents – Students show different ways to make 15 cents.

Make the Change – 20 Cents – Students show different ways to make 20 cents.

Make the Change – 25 Cents – Students show different ways to make 25 cents.

Make the Change (No Pennies) – Students show different money amounts up to 25 cents by drawing coins.

Make the Change – Students show different money amounts up to 25 cents by drawing coins.

Make the Change– Students show money amounts up to 1 dollar by drawing coins.

Make the Change (No Pennies) – Students show different money amounts up to 1 dollar by drawing coins.

Rounding Practice – Students practice rounding money amounts up to 1 dollar.

Which is More? – Students circle the money amount that is larger in each group.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems (No Pennies) – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Money Word Problems (No Pennies) – Students solve word problems involving money amounts to 1 dollar.

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students look at a bunch of coins, estimate the value and then calculate the actual value.

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students look at a bunch of coins, estimate the value and then calculate the actual value.

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents (No Pennies) – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Counting Money to 100 Cents – Students count coins (up to 1 dollar).

Math Centre – Reading and Writing about Money (includes 10 poems and 1 blank writing sheet)

Money Word Wall Cards

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69 pages

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