I have used this tool countless times as I taught my students how to count money. Initially I used it with coins, which is why I enlarged it. Quarters will fit inside the squares! You'll have to tape the first two pages together to get a complete chart. I copied the other pages on different colored pages to represent the different coins. Keep the squares together as you cut them out so the ones with 5 have five squares, the strips of 10 have ten squares, etc. It's a great visual for the amount each coin is worth. It makes it easy to compare coins as well. You can use this resource in a different ways: when counting up coins, when asking for a specified amount, and when counting up to count back change. Make sure they know to fill up the squares in order.