Page 1: Preview of Front and Back of all coin types.
Page 2: Penny Front (24 per page)
Page 3. Penny Back
Page 4. Nickel Front
Page 5. Nickel Back
Page 6. Dime Front
Page 7. Dime Back
Page 8. Quarter Front
Page 9 Quarter Back
These coins can be printed back to back and printed out to use for manipulatives for teaching counting coins, and can also be used for math centers or games. They print just the right size and can be clearly identified as the correct coin type. The pages containing the back sides of the coin appear to be upside down to remind you to print them that way; real coins are updside down on the back!
These can also be used as a currency for a behavior management system. For example, pay students 10¢ for being on task, or charge students 25¢ to use the bathroom during math time.