Help your kindergarten and first grade students master money standards with these interactive activities for identifying coins and counting coins. Your students will love these coloring and cut and paste activities as they work on coin identification. Students will learn to identify both the heads and tails sides of the penny, nickel, dime and quarter. Use these pages individually or create a coin book for each student. Also included are practice pages for students to work on counting the value of like coins. A great way to practice those skip counting skills as they apply to money. This resource is designed to provide an introduction to US Coins for kindergarten and first grade students. (Need a similar resource for identifying and counting Canadian coins? You can find it here.)
Identifying & Counting Coins Worksheets for US Coins includes:
- 4 All About pages for introducing each coin and working on coin identification
- 8 Counting Coins worksheets for practice with counting like coins
US Coins included in this resource:
What Other Teachers Are Saying . . .
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⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ I used this as a money book for introducing the coins and my students had so much fun using it. Thank you!
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