This is an introductory unit in identifying various coins, pennies, nickels, quarters, and dimes. There is no counting yet, only identification. I window shopped a few others on TPT, and mine has to be the most comprehensive and easily accessible. I'm a graphic designer; I work with SPED students and I'm always creating aids that streamline learning. I put a lot of work into making this visually and functionally optimal for student learning. This introduction to coin identification could pretty much teach itself, allowing the teacher to allocate their time to students that may need additional help.
There are three lessons with multiple worksheets (17 pages worth) and a formal assessment at the end. The worksheets are fairly self explanatory. Some focus on identifying through visuals, while others through words and numbers. It's one good way to detect whether a student has a reading comprehension deficit. For example, they may be able to identify the visuals, but not the words.
I work in a special education environment and they work great for some of the students who are just learning to identify change but I think they would be a great comprehensive tool in a regular education setting.
I've have more units to come soon. I aim to address each coin comprehensively and slowly before I move to the next one. Each unit will have two to three days of multiple lesson worksheets and a final formal assessment that are fairly self-explanatory. They will address individual coin touchpoints, value, addition and subtraction of mixed coins, making change, bills, etc. Eventually, I will bundle them all together but for now, I am just selling them by unit.
Oh, and the blue grid lines that appear in the preview are not in the version uploaded here. They appeared in the screenshot I took when I was working in Adobe Illustrator. I forgot to make them invisible, but they will not show in the final product.